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Media training: VHA partners with Media Manoeuvres

Posted 15 May 2018

Do you want to be media savvy?

The VHA has partnered with Australia's largest media and communications organisation, Media Manoeuvres. They provide in depth training and coaching to corporate executives, government personnel, industry experts and not-for-profit leaders and healthcare industry workers.

Media Manoeuvres focus on testing and nurturing individuals' natural talent and building confidence with training session such as media awareness, media skills, stakeholder analysis and key message development.

All courses engage a team of experienced journalists who are trained as Media Manoeuvres Executive Trainers. They are available to travel to you, or you can use their purpose-built training facility and studio in St Kilda.

The VHA members can access reduced rates for communications training sessions.

For more information contact Lou Hutton, Operations Manager, on 03 9510 6000 or at lhutton@mediamanoeuvres.com.au

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