CADCA's 2021 Webinar Wednesdays
This free monthly webinar event will be hosted by several CADCA trainers throughout 2021. Webinars will cover topics including sector engagement, sustainability and more!
Member Perk! Webinar presenters will be on the members-only CADCA Community for one-hour after each webinar. Members can ask questions, interact and engage for a more in-depth experience on what you have just learned. Not a member? Learn more about membership and join.
March 3, 2021
Trainers: Sarah Lavoie and Bailey Martin
Follows, Retweets and Likes: Social Media Strategy
CADCA's Marketing Manager Sarah Lavoie and Senior Communications Associate Bailey Martin will present an overview of social media marketing and best practices for marketing your organization through several social media platforms, a tool that has become even more critical for reaching your community members during the last year. The webinar will also address how to define a social media strategy, set objectives for your social media marketing campaigns and measure success through social media metrics and analytics.
SPF—Through COVID-19 and Beyond
Have you heard the "SPF" acronym in prevention conversations, but you aren't really sure what it really means or how to apply it? Are you looking for ways to better integrate the steps of the model into your work? Then the webinar is for you! This Webinar Wednesday will dive into the components of one of the most commonly used models for prevention, the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF). We will discuss creative ways that coalitions can implement the framework during COVID-19, and also look beyond COVID-19 for ways coalitions leverage the model to measure outcomes and create lasting change in their communities.
February 17, 2021
Trainer: Kym Laube
Building Your Community Connections During and Post-Pandemic Times
People are our business, so how do we stay engaged while living in a COVID-19 world? Coalitions rely on meetings and community events to stay in the public space making meaningful connections. So how do we use this time to stay engaged, connected and set the stage for our coalitions to lead the healing phase in a post-pandemic time? The need for our work will be essential and magnified, so let's spend time discussing ways to; use virtual tools more effectively, engage communities safely and help carry our message in urban and rural settings.
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