intro to canva

8

Lessons

21

Videos

All

Skill Level

1h 24mins

Duration

Overview

Canva is a powerful, yet simple resource for animal welfare organizations.  It is FREE to charities and can serve as a communication center where notifications and content can be created, organized and pre-scheduled to multiple platforms from a single starting point.  

This intro class covers everything you need to know to utilize Canva as a “main hub” for content sharing and calls to action.  Using Canva effectively, your organization’s leaders can team build, collect content from fosters, manage social media platforms and generate additional funds through online fundraisers all starting in Canva.  

The best part – you don’t have to have any graphics design experience or think through strategies for organizing more effectively.  We have done all the stressful and overwhelming parts for you and offer a “How To” implement right here!

After Completing this class you and your team will:

Who is the class for?

Foster Coordinators, Volunteer Coordinators, Adoption Promoters, Recruiters, Communications Directors, Marketing Directors, Board Members…

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Learning Path

Using Canva as a Starting Point for all notifications and content scheduled and pushed out to team pages, emails and social platforms.

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Recommended best practice for integrating Google Drive with Canva to make photo sharing simple and easy for fosters and facility volunteers. 

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Tips on using templates to give them a unique, visual aesthetic that is consistent and reflective of your for you organization.

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Recommended best practice for using template bundles to make batches of promotional content for time efficiency.

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“Advanced” techniques to give content that professional designer look using Photo Editing and Effects tools within Canva.

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Pros and Cons of creating static content vs video/animation content and potential effects on public engagement.

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Best practices to increase engagement and common mistakes that create discomfort and lost opportunities.

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A “piggy back” on Lesson 7 to further explain the importance of creating content with many calls to action to prevent lost opportunities.

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