Join Us for Phoenix Advocacy Training! Survivors Using Their Voices to Make a Difference

According to The American Heritage Dictionary, advocacy is "the act of pleading or arguing in favor of something, such as a cause, idea, or policy".  As Brad Phillips from Phillips Media Relations notes, this is a pretty good definition, since it acknowledges that advocacy can take many forms.

But successful advocacy requires effective tools and messaging to make a difference.  That's why the Phoenix Society is offering our newly updated advocacy training course at Phoenix World Burn Congress.  We know that by bringing together the individual stories of burn survivors and raising our voice as a burn community, we can increase understanding of burn issues, improve burn prevention efforts, and reach more burn survivors.

You can be trained as a Phoenix Advocate through our NEW online training course - or experience the training onsite at Phoenix World Burn Congress.

Gain the tools, templates, and format you need to present your story with purpose and effectivenes to the media, the public, and lawmakers. The advocacy training offered is a collaborative effort between the Phoenix Society and Brad Phillips of Phillips Media Relations.

  • Join us on Friday, October 2015, from 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM for the live Phoenix Advocacy Training session!
  • OR - experience Phoenix Advocacy Training from our new online course!  This online video offers comprehensive advocacy training and also offers a downloadable manual for Phoenix Society members.  You will need to login or register to veiw the new online training course
  • Find more information about becoming a Phoenix Advocate.

Our thanks to our friends at American Association of Tissue Banks for sponsoring in-part this session at Phoenix WBC.

Funding also provided through DHS/FEMA’s Grant Program Directorate for Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program - Fire Prevention and Safety Grants

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