Why not finish 2015 having learned how to use social media tools in a development context? Sign up now for the 2015 Fall session of ICfD! The course will run from 14 September to 13 November. Successful participants will receive a joint UNITAR / FAO certificate. Click here to register (USD 850 per participant).
“The bigger picture I have seen from the course is that social media platforms trigger business clockwise, support sustainability and reduce operating costs of doing business.” (ICfD, Spring 2015)
«Cette formation m’a permis entre autre d’élaborer pour mon Ministère une stratégie de médias sociaux que je compte mettre en œuvre pour renforcer l’efficacité et l’efficience de notre travail de développement du secteur agricole.» (CIpD Printemps 2014)
“This course has helped me to create a social media strategy for my Ministry, which I will use in order to reinforce the efficiency of our work in the agricultural sector” (ICfD Spring 2014)
“Je saurais, désormais, quel type d’information il faut transmettre à quel type de site et comment formuler le message à transmettre en fonction de la scène qui si présent devant moi.” (CIpD Automne 2014)
“I will know, from now on, which kind of information I should communicate in the right type of website and also how to express my message according to the scenario that is presented to me.” (ICfD Fall 2014)
Is your organization using social media to reach out to more people, strengthen its image and enhance its performance?
Sign up now to the 2015 Spring session of ICfD!
The course will run from 2 March to 1 May 2015. Successful participants will receive a joint #UNITAR – #FAO certificate. Click here and apply now.
“We will be able to gve the chance to each city or countryside to be heard on the world wide web and live without compromising the lives of their future generations!” (ICfD Spring 2014)
“I’ve gain MORE professional and practical skills in using Web2.0 tools and applications to serve community development!” (ICfD Fall 2011)