COMING TO THE USA AND LONDON IN 2020.
We are currently planning two training events to take place in 2020. If you're interested in hosting one of these events please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to hear from you if you are keen to host any of the event options below or believe there is an appetitie for the event in your city.
Event: Introduction to Social Marketing.
For local authority staff and commissioners, councillors, health service communications and marketing personnel, NGOs and charities.
This course is aimed at anyone who wants to develop more user responsive services to influence behaviour, reduce demand and improve satisfaction in the delivery of health and social services across local authorities, NHS, government, charity and NGO sectors.
Will be of particular interest for those responsible for user understanding, influencing behaviour, marketing and communications and public health.
Event: Social Marketing Master class: Why the four P's are dead. How we can apply modern marketing theory and practice to solving social challenges.
This course is aimed at those with a good understanding and some experience of developing social marketing and other forms of behavioural programmes in the not for profit sector. The content of the course is based on the book; Strategic Social Marketing (2015) Sage Publishing and numerous articles published by Professor French over the last five years.
Event: What we know about behaviour change and how to influence it.
Good for professionals with a basic understanding of social marketing / looking for more details or practice understanding.
Event: Social Marketing for Public Health.
The content of this session will be based on the European Centre for Disease Control’s professional guide to social marketing (2015) and the new second edition of Social Marketing and Public Health published by Oxford University Press (published 2017) and Strategic Social Marketing published by Sage (2015).
Event: Social Marketing in the environmental / ecology sphere.
The content of this session is based on Case Studies drawn from the Social Marketing Casebook published by Sage (2015) and other practical examples developed by international agencies including DFID, USAID and Tools for Change.
Event: Using Social Marketing to develop implement and evaluate citizen lead service delivery.
More details to follows soon.....