BANGKOK, 11 September 2019(NNT) - The Institute of Public Relations is offering a workshop for executives of the Public Relations Document (PRD) on the digital communication of government policies to the general public, enabling them to convey government policies to the people effectively in the digital age.
The workshop was held according to a national reform plan on mass communications and information technology to improve public relations and human resources. The workshop is comprised of training in presentation techniques when delivering messages on government policies to the general public in the digital age. The 2-day workshop, held on 11-12 September 2019, is being attended by officials of the PRD and its offices in 76 provinces nationwide.
PRD Deputy Director General Pichaya Muangnao, said today that information nowadays spreads at a fast pace, resulting in general audiences commenting without discretion or consideration. Public relations workers are required to monitor spreading news and the people’s comments, as well as communicating with them via short, easy to understand, and interesting messages, especially when related to government policies. The workshop will help them communicate more efficiently with members of the general public.