COL open course on C4D : Why. How. Now. (27 October to 30 November, 2013)

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David Leeming

Sep 13, 2013, 11:11:17 PM9/13/13
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Interested in making participatory communication for change?


C4D: Why. How. Now. 27 October to 30 November, 2013


Take our 5-week online training & mentoring course for an introduction to the principles and practice of communication for development (C4D). Learn to differentiate between top-down and bottom-up approaches of communication and identify the benefits of participatory communication for development programmes.


Participants will self-assess their organisational readiness to develop a C4D programme and create a checklist of do’s and don’ts for successful a C4D initiative. Before the end of the 5-week course, participants will make an introductory presentation on C4D to their sponsoring organisation and propose the key elements of a new participatory communication programme to be developed in follow-up courses as part of the CLP Developer's Certificate.


·         Register (space is limited, registration closes on Saturday October 5)

·         Course webpage

·         CLP Developer’s Certificate webpages

·         Facebook event


Megan Hastie

Sep 15, 2013, 3:56:51 AM9/15/13
Congratulations everyone,
Hope the C4D course goes well.
Megan (Brisbane, Australia)
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Rhoda Sikilabu

Sep 15, 2013, 10:51:39 PM9/15/13
Hi David,
I am not the Minister for Youth anymore, but still a member of the Isabel Provincial Assembly. I am available. Need to know if it is for
youth only? Where is it going to be held.
Hon Rhoda Sikilabu
M 7493098
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