Chief Public Information Officer Forum: The Changing Role of Communications in Corrections
Sep. 16, 2014 - Sep. 18, 2014--Today’s communications emphasize timeliness, relevance and an ability to circulate information to a broader variety of audiences. This training delves into the balance between managing the agency's message in television and print media as well as the intricacies of reaching the public through the expanding social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Understanding the utilization of these various tools as a part of a well-coordinated and responsive information campaign is crucial to the success of any agency and its leadership.
This 24 hour training program focuses on how the Public Information Officer can effectively manage media information and public relations for their agencies. It will assist the PIO in developing a coordinated strategy and arsenal of techniques to promote a proactive organizational culture for effective public and media relations.
Who Should Attend: The primary Public Information Officer for a correctional agency or the position that person that serves in that capacity . We are aware that agencies use various titles to describe the responsibilities.
This program does not have a video.