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Hootville keeping itself busy, getting some nice reviews

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Many upcoming gigs for Hootville’s Brett de Hoedt:

  • emceeing a function for OurSay at Media House, Melbourne;
  • speaking to a collection of Aged Community Care Victoria communications people on the power of eMarketing;
  • conducting a Speak Savvy 101 media training session in Melbourne with a collection of campaigners from Australian Conservation Foundation; 
  • an Online Savvy 101 session with select members of AUSTAT – Australian Society of Teachers of Alexander Technique;
  • speaking to the National Speakers Association of Australasia about media possibilities;
  • emceeing the Disability Employment Australia national conference in Melbourne;
  • Speak Savvy 101 media training in Sydney for ChildFund and Bowls Australia (not simultaneously) and St Kilda Youth Service in Melbourne;
  • emceeing the Australasian Promotional Products Association awards in Sydney.

There’s more but we know you’re bored already.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Media training for ChildFund Australia in Sydney

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Brett has been commanded to perform a second Speak Savvy media training workshop for ChildFund Australia in Sydney Thursday August 2. Our first session was in 2010. It’s good to be invited back – and not just because Brett suspects he may have left a good-as-new BIC GripRoller pen there and wants to see if he can find it. As before, Brett will work with approximately 10 country directors and program managers to prepare them for the world’s media. Anyone in Sydney interested in training Wednesday August 1 or Friday August 3?

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Media training in Sydney with Bowls Australia

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Brett is off to Sydney to deliver media training to the Australian Lawn Bowls squad April 12 and 13. The posse of 20 will receive training in social media and media interviews care of Bowls Australia. The last national sports team Brett trained was the Australian Swim Team in the lead up to Athens Olympics in 2004. Libby Trickett (then Lenton) took part in the workshop. Eight years later she’s still swimming. She must be knackered.

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