SBMEN Announces Editorial Practice & Project Management Course for Feb. 2022

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The Board of Trustees and Management of the Society of Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria (SBMEN) are proud to announce its first editing workshop for the year themed: “Editorial Practice and Project Management.” The training is scheduled to be held from 26 – 27 February, 2022.

This training is the first part of SBMEN’s annual courses to provide capacity building and increase the proficiency of editorial professionals. According to the Executive Director, Anwuli Ojogwu, “With more people becoming interested in editing and content development, it is important to equip them with the skills to have a successful career. The skills of an editor are universal, in-demand and always applicable in other careers beyond publishing.”

This course is the first of its kind focused on the big picture of managing editorial tasks. It requires a combination of creativity, planning and technical skill. The course will explore topics from the scope of managing editorial projects to translating a client’s brief to action, and lots more. Budding and aspiring editors and content developers will benefit from this course and professional editors can refresh their knowledge.

It will be facilitated by accomplished editorial experts including Adebukola Bassey, Founder and Editor of BMS Editors, and Anwuli Ojogwu, ED and co-founder of SBMEN.

Interested editors and writers are encouraged to apply.

For more information on how to enrol in the training, email: training@sbmen.org.ng or send a WhatsApp message to 09085999928. Visit www.sbmen.org.ng.

Society for Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria (SBMEN)
The Society for Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria is an educational and professional association that represents and supports editorial professionals to develop editorial skills that meet global best practices. It is also extended to other professionals who work within publications, broadcasting, digital media, legal services, communications, public relations and academia. The organisation provides training and resources for professionals to increase their proficiency in editing.

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