NCBI’s National Advocacy and Campaigning Skills Program aims to educate people who are blind or vision impaired about their rights and responsibilities, equipping them with advocacy and campaigning skills that will empower and enable their individual and collective action to remove physical and attitudinal barriers to their full and equal participation in Irish society.
The first two modules, ‘Introduction to Advocacy’ and ‘Introduction to Campaigning’, are now available online at NCBI’s Moodle platform, and will be available soon in all accessible formats. The course is free to access, self-paced (no time limit), and with full support available from the advocacy team. A certificate will be issued on completion of each module.
This module-based program introduces the learner to the meaning and different forms of advocacy, and their application in a wide variety of contexts.
To enrol in the Advocacy and Campaignign skills program or to find out more, call 01 405 69 49, or send your enquiry with your full name, email address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you details with logon access to the course.