CMS Website Management Training

Help 'Ohu 'Ohu Ko'olau Inc., fiscal sponsor for Ko'o... keep their web presence up to date by providing training on how to manage their CMS-based website, make content changes, and fix minor issues.
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CMS Website Management Training

Project Details

What We Need
  • A 1-2 hr training delivered virtually to team members within the Organization
  • Written or virtual training materials that can be used for future trainings
  • Advice on frequently asked website management questions
What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a pretty good website, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have wordpress, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $2,378 , allowing us to make changes quickly and efficiently.

I don't have much web design experience and this could enhance our organizations online presence.

Project Plan

Prep: Communication of Need
  • Volunteer Manager shares staff specifics such as how many employees will likely attend the training and what skill levels should be targeted
  • Volunteer Manager shares training logistics such as the Website CMS that they are using and log in details
  • Professional suggests the preferred format of the training, and incorporates any feedback from the Volunteer Manager
Milestone 1: Date & Agenda Setting
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager decide when to hold the training
  • Volunteer Manager shares any specific website management questions they would like to cover
  • Professional prepares a detailed agenda for the training session outlining the topics they will cover
  • Volunteer Manager shares agenda and preliminary materials internally with staff
Milestone 2: Training Day
  • Training is conducted via some combination of presentation, examples, and Q&A
  • Professional makes themselves available for follow-up questions for up to 2 weeks
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About The Org

'Ohu 'Ohu Ko'olau Inc., fiscal sponsor for Ko'olau Mountains Watershed Partnership
Posted by
Frankie K.

Community Outreach Liaison

Our Mission

The mission of the Ko`olau Mountains Watershed Partnership is to foster landowner collaboration and perpetuate the water resources of O`ahu by protecting and enhancing the forests of the Ko`olau and its invaluable native ecosystems.

What We Do

KMWP works across landowner boundaries to eliminate threats to the watershed such as habitat-modifying weeds and ungulates using a combination of adaptive management strategies and established conservation practices.

These methods include the installation of ungulate-proof fencing, various weed removal techniques, restoration work, and long-term monitoring.