Introducing Africa’s Communication for non profit Course!
An organization’s reputation is a critical determinant on how successful it becomes in achieving its vision and mission. Great brands and reputations need to be nurtured and developed. They need continuous investment to grow in stature as well as protection from harm especially in the age of social media. We live in a world where social media can turn you into an overnight star just as much as it can turn you into a dreaded villain. The communication for non profits course is also about crafting a powerful brands and reputation that supports your organization’s strategic plan and programs. If you care about your brand name and reputation, this is one course you definitely do not want to miss.
It is for those who want to re-invent and re-engineer their organization’s communications approach and strategy. Often it’s not that organisations fail to do great work or lack impact, but rather, they fail to communicate it in a way that mobilises support and inspires critical stakeholders. After all stakeholders are not psychic – they will not appreciate your value unless you communicate it to them. It’s akin to lighting a candle and hiding it under a bowl! Effective communication enables an organisation to stand out and be known for something in a manner that few competitors can match. It’s about being the “First Amongst Equals”. The organisation has to assess itself and identify areas in which it has a competitive advantage over its rivals.
It is with this in mind that Kenya Association of Fundraising Professionals and Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communications have partnered to launch the first course of its kind in the region. While workshops are useful in equipping participants with some communication skills, they are often too short to get into the nitty gritty. This course aims to change that. It is a 2-week course that covers skills, techniques, existing and emerging technologies that can enable the organisation literally turn into a communication Cinderella.
A team of leading communication experts will guide you through a series of enlightening and exciting communication courses that are designed to enable you transform your organisation’s communication activities. You will receive a certificate of participation in the Communication Course issued by the Aga Khan University’s Graduate School of Media and Communications.
“Full participation in Communication for Non Profits Course is applicable for 10.00 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.”
The Communication for non profits course will be held at Aga Khan University, Graduate School of Media and Communication 9 West Building, 7th Floor Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya.
Bookings ongoing for the next session in 2018, Register Now!