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Two Day Social Media Masterclass – Wakool
February 24 @ 10:00 am - February 25 @ 4:00 pm
Join Rural Business Connection’s Two Day Social Media Masterclass with social media expert Kimberley Furness from Oak Magazine and photographer Michelle Cail from Gingerhouse Photography, where you will learn all things Instagram, Facebook and Photography.
You will also get a couple of professional photographs for you to use in your social media (2-3 images).
We have a limited number of spots* available to provide this training, usually over $700 per person COST FREE as this project has been funded by the Australian Government under the Murray-Darling Basin Economic Development Program.
Who is this training for?
This training is for intermediate users of Facebook and Instagram who are already using social media and is hands on learning (please bring your smart phone).
Tickets are cost free for to small businesses, farmers, those thinking of starting a business, community group members or volunteers from Wakool, Cohuna, Kerang, Rochester or any of our service areas.
There is also a low cost option if you live NEARBY one of these areas.
Professional product photography (bring in your products and get 1-3 professional photos taken for you to use)
Optimise your Instagram and Facebook Accounts – intermediate level
What’s new for social media in 2022
Photography – hands on session with Gingerhouse Photography learning how to take product photos with your smart phone
Questions and open session with presenters
Individual portraits (to be booked on Day 1)
Instagram – Intermediate level – insights, reels, stories, Unfold App
Planoly social media scheduling tool
Open session to chat to presenters
Day 1 10-4
Day 2 10.15-4
PLUS individual photography times
Contact Dianne Johnstone for any further information on 1300 769 489 (Rural Business & Community) available Monday to Thursday.
PLEASE BE ASSURED ALL WORKSHOPS WILL RUN IN LINE WITH THE GOVERNMENT’S PUBLIC HEALTH ADVICE:
- All attendees must abide by the latest public health advice by the NSW Government here