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20 November 2000 at 12:11 pm
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The Melbourne Media and Publicity Training Course sponsored by Pro Bono Australia will take place on Tuesday November 28, 2000. Broadcast journalist, Lina Caneva and Publicist, Irene Lau will run the full-day course. The course…

Staff Reporter | 20 November 2000 at 12:11 pm


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Media and Publicity Training Course
20 November 2000 at 12:11 pm

The Melbourne Media and Publicity Training Course sponsored by Pro Bono Australia will take place on Tuesday November 28, 2000. Broadcast journalist, Lina Caneva and Publicist, Irene Lau will run the full-day course.

The course offers extensive hands on experience with radio and television interviews, taking control and understanding key messages as well as preparing your own publicity campaign. It is a must for all CEOs and those in Not for Profit organisations who deal with the media.

As a special offer for our first Melbourne training day, the course fee is $150 + GST. This is an exclusive one-off offer priced for Not for Profit organisations, and is one tenth of the cost normally charged by the presenters for a full day’s training.

The training commences at 9:30am and includes lunch, morning and afternoon teas. The course is hosted by Pro Bono Australia at our city location, the Mahlab building, 81 City Road, South Melbourne, 3205.

Please e-mail us for the registration form at probono@probonoaustralia.com.au, or call (03) 9682 3456. Applications must be received by Friday 24th November.

Thanks to all those in other states who expressed interest. We are now working on interstate dates for coming months.



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