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Communication Training at VIN by Paweł Bryk, an EU Aid Volunteer


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On the 10th of May, a third (and final) communication training had been conducted at VIN by Paweł Bryk, an EU Aid Volunteer taking part in the Sustainable Development through Humanitarian Aid Volunteers project. This training marked the end of the cycle that was aimed at a complex improvement of the external and internal communication.

 

Due to the open nature of the training, that involved interactive methods like group presentation, discussion, exercises and quiz, the day was full of constructive work and participants showed a lot of energy till the very last minutes. After the training, a comprehensive hand-outs were sent to the staff, that could be used as a future reference point when designing future communication plans.

While the previous 2 training days were mostly concentrating on communication with audiences, rules of writing and technical aspects of social media platforms (mostly Facebook), during the last one participants reflected on the internal aspects of communication. That’s why this training involved workshops in the groups that were designed to help in drafting the communication strategy as well as a practical introduction to online project management systems that could be used by the organization in planning and monitoring the work.


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