- On Air
- Social Media
- Introduction to social media
- Setting up successful social media profiles
- Increasing engagement through social media
- Developing a social media policy
- Developing a social media strategy
- Evaluating your social media presence
- Using social media to raise revenue
- Social media and the law
- Social media case studies
- About us
All community radio stations train people – whether an informal run through of desk driving with volunteers or accredited and funded courses for members of the community. The resources on these pages stem from two projects: Employment FM, funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation focused on using community radio for employability training, and a more general Training Toolkit, funded by Ofcom. Together, these toolkits aim to support both beginners and veterans in training enabling you to start or improve your training – boosting the social gain that you deliver and hopefully the revenue that comes to support your station.
Employment FM is a 3-year project, looking at how radio training can build employability & communication skills
Click here to see all resources and find out more about the project.
There are a range of resources - on developing an employability programme, delivering a course, how to fund this, and everything in between. For an overview and introduction, see the Employability Training Handbook