Digital Communications training gave rise to a new generation of digital communicators


The 3-day Digital Communications in Civilian Crisis Management training is successfully under wraps!

Residential format, engaging topic, eager participants, modern equipment, practical sessions, top experts. All this and more can be said about the second module of the Digital Communications training that was conducted between 30 March and 1 April in Tbilisi, Georgia.

11 digital communicators from EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM) and Delegation of the European Union to Georgia were taught by the diverse team of top experts in public speaking, storytelling, building infographics, smartphone videography and photography, influencer marketing, and information verification. The course was guided by the Centre for European Perspective (CEP)’s dedicated digital communications team. It ran smoothly, as many participants already had previous mission experiences, also in digital communications, and have actively participated in the first, theoretical module of the training in November 2021.

Throughout the second module of the training, interactive workshops, hands-on work with video and photo equipment and the final simulation exercise enabled the participants to hone their skills to the best of their abilities. They described the training as very useful and relevant.

Hopefully this course has encouraged them to use these practical skills to make a difference in their environment and beyond.