At Alice PR & Events, we deliver training for a diverse range of clients every month.
In the coming months, we will deliver a number of training programmes at Carmichael Ireland, covering crisis communications, event management, and public affairs and political communications.
At Alice PR, we deliver training on a range of topics on a monthly basis. In our training delivery, we draw on our “real-world” communications experience: because we’re a busy agency – and not solely a training provider – we use our work on ongoing campaigns, events and digital marketing strategies to inform the content of our training programmes.
In addition to our work with Carmichael, we are on the approved panel of trainers for the Local Enterprise Office in Meath and a number of sectoral training networks, run under the Skillnet programme. We have delivered training in locations as far afield as Vienna and Reykjavik, but we love returning to Carmichael regularly (which is only down the road from our office) to deliver training to organisations in the not-for-profit sector.
Details of our upcoming training sessions at Carmichael are as follows:
Delivered by our Training Manager, Emily Brennan, the ‘Event Management Basics’ course is designed for staff and volunteers who are responsible for planning and running events in their organisation. This training session aims to help organisations to plan creative and engaging events.
Date: 26th March, 09:45 – 13:00
This workshop is designed for senior staff and board members who are responsible for communications in their organisation. It is particularly suited to those working in smaller organisations who may not have a dedicated communications team.
This training session aims to help organisations to build or enhance their response to a crisis. It is delivered by our Managing Director, Martina Quinn.
Date: 9th April, 09:45 – 13:00
Also delivered by Managing Director of Alice PR, Martina Quinn, this training session is designed for staff and volunteers who are responsible for advocacy, policy and communications in their organisation. It is particularly suited to those working in smaller organisations who may not have a dedicated advocacy team or for those with little experience of engaging with public representatives and decision-makers.
This training session aims to help organisations to build or enhance their public affairs outputs and build relationships with key decision-makers.
Date: 11th June, 09:45 – 13:00