Social Media Masterclasses: Mental Health & Digital Connection

11 May

Tuesday 11 May 2021 10:00 - 13:00

Mental health & wellbeing organisations are invited to join our free social media masterclasses exploring mental health and digital connection.

This morning of masterclasses, featuring industry leaders from Facebook and Instagram, will share:

  • The latest free & low-cost social media features and content to help organisations connect with online audiences
  • Insights into how the mental health community is connecting online
  • Top tips on mental health safety and how leading social media platforms are addressing and supporting good mental health

This event is one of two mornings of masterclasses marking Mental Health Awareness Week. Both events are part of Media Trust’s Headlining Mental Health programme aimed at strengthening the strategic comms capabilities of the mental health sector. 

This event will explore mental health and digital connection. Click here to find out more about day two when we’ll be discussing young people and mental health online.

 

Who’s on the Agenda?

Ian Edwards, Connection Planning Director, Facebook and Instagram

Neil Price, Strategic Partner Manager, YouTube

 

Eligibility:

These free masterclasses are open to all staff, volunteers, involvement representatives and trustees from mental health & wellbeing organisations. We are happy to welcome charities, CICs, CIOs, social enterprises, not for profits and informally constituted groups.

 

Level:

Content will be pitched at beginner level but you will get more from the event if you have a basic understanding of the content of each platform.

With thanks to Gamesys Foundation for funding and supporting the Headlining Mental Health programme.

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To secure your place on this course, register today via our Eventbrite page.

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