Good design gives the right first impression - and using some of the many free or low-cost design tools available online could help you to bring your messages to life, and create a positive online image for your business.
At this practical and interactive workshop you’ll learn how to use free online design program Canva to create high quality graphics to use in your business marketing. During the session you’ll look at what makes a good design, and produce a piece of marketing material to promote your business - practicing skills that you can apply to producing flyers, posters, social media graphics and much more in the future.
You’ll also look at how to present a consistent brand across your online and print platforms, and gain guidance on aspects to consider when taking your design from screen to print.
Workshop content will include:
*Please note, to take part in this workshop, you’ll need to bring your own tablet or laptop.
This workshop will be delivered by Frogmore Consulting, combining the skills and experience of principal consultant Marianne Pettifor and digital marketing consultant Jon Berg. Both Marianne Jon are specialists in the hospitality and tourism sector, ensuring that the training provided will be tailored to the sector and highly relevant to your needs.
How to Book:
Contact us to book your place by no later than Tuesday 24th April.
Members £25 / Non - Members £40
This workshop is part of the South West Wales Regional Tourism Skills programme run by the South West Wales Tourism Associations (Carmarthenshire Tourism Association, Pembrokeshire Tourism and Tourism Swansea Bay.)
Members of all three Associations can attend this workshop at a special discounted rate of £25 per person.
The cost to all others is at the still excellent value, subsidised price of £40 per person.
Unable to make this date?:
This course will also run in Pembrokeshire on Tuesday 19th June and Swansea on Thursday 22nd March. Contact us for more details.
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