MCOT, Sukhothai university offer PR course

Friday, 12 October 2012 From Issue Vol. XX No. 41 By  Warunya Thongrod

Thai media conglomerate MCOT plc and Sukhothai Thummathirat University teamed up to train private- and public-sector employees to become effective spokespeople.

The Sept. 26-27 workshop at the Diana Garden Resort offered strategic communications lessons from Sukhothai Assistant Professor Siriwan Anathot, MCOT Chonburi broadcaster Pipat Sangkaew and MCOT Phrae broadcaster Sajjapol Janthrat.

Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn (3rd left), Diana group MD Sopin Thappajug (4th left), MCOT Chonburi radio officer Suchart Chinbunnak (5th left) Radio Broadcasting Service of the Central and Eastern regions manager Attayuth Masa (3rd right) pose for a commemorative photo with organizers and presenters. Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn (3rd left), Diana group MD Sopin Thappajug (4th left), MCOT Chonburi radio officer Suchart Chinbunnak (5th left) Radio Broadcasting Service of the Central and Eastern regions manager Attayuth Masa (3rd right) pose for a commemorative photo with organizers and presenters.

The training helped private companies and government agencies to create a better image or communicate information better to the public. Lectures covered techniques, multimedia creative design and advancements in technologies to use in public relations.

Pattaya Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn, who opened the course, said he believed the course would help Pattaya bureaucrats to better communicate with the public and improve the city’s image.

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