Brant Skills Centre is proud to announce the launch of their new web site.
The web site offers greater engagement with the public, clients and volunteers through a front page news feed and a subscription service that pushes Brant Skills Centre news to subscribers on a weekly basis.
Lori Bruner, Executive Director of Brant Skills Centre says the web site will help the organization to improve communications to its clients as well as the volunteer network that delivers essential training services and resources to growing list of area clients.
“The new web site gives us a private portal to communicate directly with our volunteer team and board members. It also allows us to promote our services and resources to the public and potential learner clients.”
Bruner believes the new site will also make it easier to take advantage of social media.
“We have integrated social media into to the new site to encourage others to share our message and help promote our work. We rely on the support of Brantford-Brant and social media provides a free and effective communications network to reach the community.”
Created by marketing agencies, Octopus Red and Digital Duck Inc. of Brantford, the modern web site provides Brant Skills Centre with the ability to manage their own web site postings, press releases and news.
Lucas Duguid of Octopus Red calls the site “a vast improvement” that should assist Brant Skills Centre in fulfilling their mandates and objectives. “We’re proud of the web site. It delivers on the simplicity that was requested by the organization while propelling Brant Skills Centre ahead with state-of-the art technology that allows them both an internal and public communications hub.”
The Brant Skills Centre (formerly the Literacy Council of Brantford & District) is committed to helping adults improve their literacy and essential skills so that they may increase their independence, go on to further education and training, or obtain and maintain employment.