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Telling It Like It Is - Effective Copywriting

Date 10 November 2020
Time 10am
Venue Online
Organiser Arts & Business Scotland
Pricing

Members

£50 + VAT for Arts & Business Scotland members

Non-Members

£70 + VAT for non-members

 

About the Event

This training session is aimed at anyone looking to improve their copywriting skills to support their fund-raising activities. Offering a combination of project-based, hands-on writing exercises with tips, techniques and critical theory, the session explores the five stages of the copywriting process. While the training provides a specific focus on writing a case for support, the resulting learning can be applied to all kinds of fundraising communications.

The session will cover:

10am - 11am

Stage 1 - Planning & Preparation

Stage 2 - Organisation & Structure

5 minutes comfort break

11am - 12noon

Stage 3 - Drafting & Writing 

Stage 4 & 5 - Editing & Styling/Proofing & finalising 

12noon - 12.30pm

Q&A session

About the trainer

Allison Traynor is an experienced copywriter and brand consultant who works with a variety of private, public and third sector organisations, helping them to find their voice, articulate their message, and ultimately, achieve their communication goals.

Allison has a particular interest in working with arts, charitable and public sector organisations and her fundraising and case for support copywriting includes work for National Museums Scotland, Gretna Landmark Trust, Highland Museums Forum, Kilmahew/St Peter’s, National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Penicuik House Preservation Trust, Willow Tea Rooms Trust, Hearts & Minds and Maid of the Loch.

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