Connect:Transmit regional seminars in Preston and Norwich

November 7, 2013 in Project News by Cormac Lawler

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Connect:Transmit, the national project to develop young people’s speaking and listening skills through community radio, is hosting a number of seminars around the country over the next few months. These seminars will highlight the successes of the Connect:Transmit project in working with young people in different contexts, and aim to build links between community radio stations and educational and youth organisations. They will be run by the Connect:Transmit partner stations: shmuFM (Aderdeen), Future Radio (Norwich), BCB (Bradford) and Preston FM.

The first of these seminars, for the Lancashire/NorthWest region, will take place in Preston on the 14th November. The event “is aimed at teachers, creative practitioners and community radio practitioners and will offer ample opportunity for networking and questions.” Register for this seminar at: https://connecttransmitpreston.eventbrite.co.uk and for further details contact Darren Jenkinson: darren@digienable.co.uk

The second seminar will be hosted by Future Radio in Norwich on the 29th November. If you work in East Anglia, this is “your chance to form partnerships and learn the power of community radio”. Register for the event here: http://futureradio.eventbrite.co.uk and for further details, contact Terry Lee: t.lee@futureradio.co.uk

Norwich regional seminar flyer webIf you are in the region of either of these seminars, and work with young people or community radio, you should strongly consider participating.

In addition to the above, there will be at least two more regional seminars, in Aberdeen and Bradford – though there may well be others too, so watch this space! If you are interested in attending or even helping to organise a seminar in your region, please get in touch with Cormac in Radio Regen: cormac@radioregen.org.

Details of the recent Connect:Transmit national conference can be seen here, and you can find many more resources from Connect Transmit around the rest of this site.