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Social Media and a Disaster Waiting to Happen

Scottish Media Training, media training consultancy based in Edinburgh is about to introduce a new ‘Social Media in a Crisis’ training module for businesses in Scotland and it’s timing couldn’t be more poignant. Indeed, we thought of calling up and offering our services to Peter Fankhauser, Thomas Cook UK’s Group Chief Operating Officer, since he and his …

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We’ll give you a ‘Digital Voice’ that will be heard far and wide – Social Media Training Edinburgh

Social Media Training Edinburgh for Charities and Voluntary Organisations Has anyone in your charity or voluntary organisation in Scotland suggested that social media ‘might’ just be the prime mover to effectively communicate and assert your position as a ‘go to’ third sector organisation? Social media is nothing fanciful. It is NOT the saviour of a …

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Busy Media Training Week for SMT in Edinburgh and Dundee

Busy week Media Training in Edinburgh A great week finishes with Scottish Media Training Edinburgh staff having completed workshops for two very different organisations, although collectively, its staff are geographically dispersed across Scotland, but come together with an aim of looking at effective ways of communicating their message to their key audiences. First up, earlier …

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Scottish Media Training ‘Pupil’ appears on BBC Reporting Scotland

We’ll doff our cap to star Scottish Media Training ‘pupil’ Andrew McKenzie, the National Trust for Scotland‘s Property Manager at its historic Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre in the Highlands, who was interviewed last night on BBC Reporting Scotland to discuss recent storm damage at the Culloden Visitor Centre. The Centre fell victim to the strong …

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