CLIENTS

CURRENT JAN TO APRIL 2017

COMMUNICATIONS FOR HASSO PLATTNER INSTITUTE OF DESIGN THINKING AT UCT

NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY MISSIONVALE CAMPUS

OCTOBER 2016-DESIGNED AND EDITED DIGITAL AND PRINT NEWSLETTER

TIMES MEDIA GROUP

February to November 2016 Ten month consultancy for The Daily Dispatch and The Herald editorial, advertising, circulation,marketing, community paper and printing press teams, facilitating transformation to a digital first, print premium workflow.

Yasteel Kuseeal GM of Times Media Eastern Cape: “CHANGE ROUTES has assisted me in the facilitation of Times Media Group Eastern Cape’s transformation into a digital first, print premium work flow. Heather Robertson helped create an environment of transparent communication in our organisation from management to staff, staff to management and between departments through organising staff working groups and inspiring a culture of innovation throughout the Eastern Cape businesses.”

RYLAND FISHER

June 2016 Researched and wrote 6000 word chapter on women involved in Umkhonto We Sizwe.

FLOW COMMUNICATIONS

May 2016 Researched and wrote profiles on Nelson Mandela, palaeontologist Lee Burger and boxer Baby Jake Matlala.

SOCIAL WEAVER SOCIAL MEDIA TRAINING AND STRATEGY

Social media training for TVET lecturers from King Hintsa TVET college in Butterworth and high school teachers from East London district schools at Walter Sisulu University, sponsored by e-Skills CoLab based at Walter Sisulu university organised by Lorna Van der Merwe, acting coordinator of the CoLab

Edmond Makhalima, teacher:
“Plz those sessions are really enjoyable and informative, knowledge is power# thinkDifferent”

Kenneth Kotey, teacher:
“I learned about the usefulness of Social Media in the Teaching and Learning Process.
Facebook: By creating a group for the class it will enable the sharing of information, new discoveries, allow group discussions.
Google: Create lessons in group, import maps into the document, create graphs etc.”

Social Weaver Social media training for teachers facilitated by Steve Kromberg and Heather Robertson sponsored by e-Skills CoLab at Walter Sisulu University