WEF’s Public Communications and Outreach Committee would like to invite you to attend a free workshop designed for people who need to communicate with public audiences about water resources and management.
The online training is a 90-minute session on June 30th from 2:00pm to 3:30pm Eastern
Register today: Registration limited to 100 spots
Make a splash with your words and pictures! Relearn the language that everyday citizens use and become more confident and successful with your outreach. This course provides unique insights into what words and pictures turn your audience on, and off.
The Perils of Preaching to the Choir: You will discover how to spot the signs of "preaching to the choir" and recognize when you are sending messages that miss the mark or antagonize your audience.
Why You Should Attend: Are you tired of struggling with message design and delivery? Would you like to learn what words work when communicating about water issues? Then attend the Water Words That Work online training.
For those who train in different disciplines, environmental writing for everyday citizens can be a frustrating challenge, but the Water Words That Work training you’ll understand how to evaluation your outreach materials and improve them.