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CWA - Working with Wordpress COURSE NOW FULLY BOOKED

15th July

The aim of this course is to help you become familiar with the workings of Wordpress in order to help set up and maintain your community website to be as fresh, exciting, dynamic and as up to date as possible. The Reforesting Scotland website will be used as an example but the principles are the same for any WordPress-based website There will be the chance to swop ideas and be creative, so please feel free bring a laptop with images and text relevant to your community woodland.


The course will take place at The Melting Pot 5 Rose Street, Edinburgh EH2 2PR from 10am to 4pm. Lunch will be included.


Places are available on a first come first served basis. Please complete a booking form below and return it to Caroline Derbyshire at caroline@communitywoods.org
Online booking available at: www.communitywoods.org/cwe-trainingcourses
Please ensure that you inform Caroline of any special dietary requirements no later than Friday 11th July 2013.


This event is FREE to Community Woodlands Association groups and their members.
This event is FREE to members of Development Trust Association Scotland, Federation of City Farms and City Gardens, Reforesting Scotland and other small Scottish Land Based charities.
Individual CWA members - £25 fee is payable by cheque when booking.
Non CWA groups / members - £50 fee is payable by cheque when booking.


Attached File: Working with Wordpress Joining Instructions.pdf
 
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