This extremely useful course focuses on the skills needed to manage both print and digital editorial projects effectively. Via detailed case studies, you’ll be walked through all the practical tasks required for the job. You’ll also be given tips and guidance on how to manage everyday issues, drawing on digital project management strategies and solutions where applicable.
By the end, you’ll have skills and knowledge that you can employ immediately, plus a number of generic checklists to use as tools in the future.
Learn how to...
- assess the scope, needs and risks of an editorial project
- accurately estimate timings to produce a detailed and reliable schedule
- create and maintain the project budget to ensure profitability
- effectively manage and communicate with your team and other stakeholders.
This course contributes to PUB 22 of the Book & Journal Publishing National Occupational Standards.
Who will benefit from this course?
Editors, desk editors, project editors, production editors and managing editors who are responsible for the management of complete editorial projects.
The role of the editorial project manager
Understanding the project
Examining the content
Managing the team.
Note that most of our short courses can also be run as In-company courses.
- Dates: 28 September 2015, 01 February 2016, 10 July 2016, 07 November 2016
- Duration: A two-day course
- Price: £795+VAT
- A number of discounts are available