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Honolulu, Hawaii Seminar

“Crisis Communications and Media Response Training”

For Reservations Contact:
John H. Bravender
Warning Coordination Meteorologist
NOAA/National Weather Service
Weather Forecast Office Honolulu
Central Pacific Hurricane Center
Office: 808-973-5275
Cell: 808-772-064

 

February 5, 2019
9:00am – 4:00pm
Registration begins at 8:30am
Lunch on your own

The Center for Advanced Media Studies, in partnership with the National Weather Service is proud to present a one day training seminar teaching media response to today’s leaders. Communication is essential in our world today, and the ability to control the message your agency or company is sending out is of critical importance. This seminar will teach attendees how to deal with crisis communications, and how to put a positive message on a difficult situation. This is the same seminar that is taught to new U.S. Ambassadors at the State Department.

Because of the highly-interactive nature of this seminar, participation will be limited to the first 45 registrants!

Who Should Attend?

Police and fire administrators, Public Information Officers, Emergency Management personnel, School District personnel, public relations staff, college/university leaders, and civic and community leaders who are responsible for responding to the media through broadcast, print and today’s instant social media.

(*) POST training hours may be available for law enforcement personnel.

About the Instructor

Richard Brundage, President and CEO of Center for Advanced Media Studies is widely recognized as one of the world’s premiere risk communicators. He is an award-winning television director, former anchor and author of the critically acclaimed book, “The Heart in Communicating.” His programs have appeared on national television and for the past 30 years his personal “on-camera” seminars have been taught to packed audiences around the world.

Need more information?

Contact Mark Sullivan at (913) 238-2745 or mark.sullivan@mediatrainers.com

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