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Monday, 19th September 2005 at 1:09 pm
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Specialist Media Training for the Not for Profit Sector - Find out how the Australian media works and how best to deliver your message.

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Pro Bono Australia Media Training Opportunity
Monday, 19th September 2005 at 1:09 pm

Specialist Media Training for the Not for Profit Sector – Find out how the Australian media works and how best to deliver your message.

A limited number of places remain for our special Pro Bono Australia Media Training courses in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane later this year.

Participants of Pro Bono Australia’s Think Tank Surveys during 2005 have already registered to take part in the media training sessions by expert trainer and Journalist Lina Caneva.

With 28 years experience as a broadcast journalist and 18 years as a media trainer, Lina Caneva offers a comprehensive and practical session on how to deliver your organisation’s key messages.

Hear the good, the bad and the exceptional in the world of media ‘talent’.

Lina is also the editor of our highly successful Pro Bono Australia e-Newsletters.

A limited number of places are still available for several the seminar style courses that will take place on the following dates at city based locations:

MELBOURNE
Monday 28th November Afternoon session only available
1.30 –5.30pm
Melbourne Business School – Grnd Floor, 380 St Kilda Rd (cnr of Park St), Melbourne

SYDNEY
Thursday 1st December Afternoon session only available
1.30-5.30pm
Pacific International Hotel – The Sorrento Function Room
717 George St, Sydney

BRISBANE
Friday 2nd December morning session only available
9.00-1.0pm
Mercure Hotel – Lobby Room
85-87 North Quay, Brisbane

The cost is $190 plus GST. It includes course notes, practical television interview opportunities and morning and afternoon tea.

PLEASE INDICATE YOUR PREFERENCE FOR THE DATE AND SESSION BY RETURN EMAIL TO OUR THINK TANK CORDINATOR GEORGIE CURTIS AT gcurtis@mahlab.com. or call 03 8080 5650 for further details.



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