The Board of Trustees and Management of the Society of Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria (SBMEN) are proud to announce it will be holding its second editing workshop for the year themed: Editing for Magazines and Digital Platforms. It is scheduled to hold from 26 to 27 June 2019.
The workshop is for those who desire to write or edit for print and digital magazines, or design their own magazines or understand how to launch a successful website. At the end of the workshop, participants will create their own unique magazine concept by learning the entire process of planning, creating, writing, and developing editorial content for print or online platforms.
The training will explore a broad range of subjects from how to design an editorial mission, using digital tools to advance your craft, how to write content for blogs, websites, and interviews, a fool proof guide for generating unique content ideas, and developing editorial tools to meet required standards.
It will be facilitated by a rich coterie of editorial experts, accomplished in their fields through lectures, interactive sessions, class exercises, case studies, and breakout sessions. It is being supported by the British Council Nigeria and Quramo Publishing Limited.
Interested participants are encouraged to apply bloggers, journalists, content developers, vloggers, and those involved in digital platforms.
For more information on how to enrol in the training, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or send a WhatsApp message to 08120055823. www.sbmen.org.ng
The Society for Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria (SBMEN) is a new educational and professional association that represents and supports aspiring and existing editorial professionals to develop editorial skills that meet global best practices. It is also extended to other professionals who work within publications, broadcasting, digital media, legal services, communications, public relations and academia. The organisation provides training and resources for professionals to increase their proficiency in editing.
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