Journalists in Bono East region offered free digital skills training by Agrico Hub
Agrico Hub, a leading provider of digital skills training, is offering a free advocacy training program for media persons in the Bono East region. The program aims to equip journalists with the necessary skills and knowledge to thrive in the digital age.
As technology continues to reshape the media landscape, it is increasingly important for journalists to keep up with the latest developments. The free digital skills training program offered by Agrico Hub will provide media persons with the tools they need to succeed in today’s digital-first world.
The program will cover a range of topics, including social media marketing, digital content creation, photography, videography and graphic design. By the end of the training, journalists will be able to produce high-quality digital content that resonates with their audience and drives engagement.
“We understand the challenges that journalists face in the digital age, and we want to help them overcome those challenges,” said a spokesperson for Agrico Hub. “Our free digital skills training program will equip media persons with the knowledge and tools they need to stay ahead of the curve and succeed in the ever-evolving media landscape.”
The training program is open to all media persons in the Bono East region, and no prior digital skills are required. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the program, which will run for 2days from 13th to 14th April 2023.
To register for the free digital skills training program, interested journalists can visit the Agrico Hub website or contact their office in the Bono East region. With this training, media persons in the region will be able to stay ahead of the curve and provide high-quality digital content that resonates with their audience.