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OCNYHR's aim is to grow the number of organisations offering
training courses that deliver OCN qualifications and grow the
number of people gaining OCN qualifications.
Source proposed a regional media relations campaign to raise
awareness of the benefits of OCN qualifications among its three key
audiences - the general public (potential students) businesses
(employers) and training providers.
Working with Open College Network
Source maintained a regular flow of news stories / case studies
to show how individuals had benefitted from gaining OCN
qualifications and how businesses had benefitted from introducing
OCN accredited courses for their employees. As we looked to gain
coverage for the training providers at the same time, we helped
OCNYHR to provide added value support to its qualifications
We also placed several opinion pieces by OCNYHR's regional
director on the OpEd pages of the Yorkshire Post, helping to
position her as an expert on credit-based learning.
During our time working with OCNYHR we promoted the
organisation's move to new headquarters in Wakefield, including
successfully negotiating the visit of Lord Young, Minister for
Skills, to officially open the new building.
Photo: Lord Tony Young and Sarah Connell outside Open College
Network Yorkshire & Humber