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He pointed out that the program, at which media experts from SQU and professionals from Thomson Foundation for Media Training gave lectures, including theoretical and practical parts.
Central Basin Municipal Water District is seeking professional services in the area of media training.
It was the first batch of SMIU Media Training Center that completed the course.
Crisis PR's media training program is a comprehensive workshop designed to enhance verbal and non-verbal communication skills for different types of interviews to include in-person, video chat, phone and broadcast.
Following that, the Chief Executive of the Media Zone Authority Abu Dhabi Noura Al-Kaabi, delivered a speech in which she expressed her happiness to build a strategic partnership with Saudi Radio and Television Commission through its Media Training Center, stressing that the center would find the media professional concepts through training aspiration to create qualitative competencies.
Demand for social media training continues to grow as businesses struggle to successfully incorporate social media into their business and marketing strategy," said Neher.
The programme will train Bahrainis in public relations and communication or graphic design, with future plans to offer further advanced media training courses.
Sulaiman praised the cooperation with the Italian News Agency (AGI) in creating a generation of media professionals capable of keeping apace with fast developments in social media and using latest media training techniques and instruments.
The price for a half-day (up to 4 hours) Social media training session starts at $1,500.
But it can be revealed he has spent PS2,160 on specialist media training, including how to "turn negatives into positives".
Don't fall into the trap of seeing media training as a 'nice to do' exercise to fit in at some stage.
Broadcasting expert Llewela Bailey has joined Birmingham-based Prominent Media and Communications to head up its media training service.