Digital Bootcamp Melbourne 2016

Melbourne, 2nd November - 5th November

Digital Bootcamp Melbourne 2016

Digital Bootcamp is a 4 day intensive training in digital advocacy campaigning designed to give new (but not novice) practitioners a skill-set turbo boost.

Participants are likely to be communications staff, digital marketers and campaigners moving into digital campaigning, or campaigners who have started in digital advocacy roles in 2016.

At Bootcamp we’ll learn together through expert seminars, hands on workshops and a super-fun competitive digital campaign simulation, where you’ll work in small teams. We’ll cover:

  • Winning campaign strategy;
  • Campaign mini-site development and basic design skills;
  • List growth, segmentation and management;
  • Data-based decision-making, and experiment design;
  • Effective Email Campaigning; and
  • Social Media campaigning and community management

Bootcamp is led by Rebecca Wilson, Australian Progress’ Deputy Director. Rebecca was most recently Chief of Staff at GetUp and formerlyGlobal Development Director at Change.org, responsible for supporting 20+ campaigning teams around the world.

The program will be intensive and practical, with bootcampers competing in teams in a campaign simulation to apply the skills they are learning. Expert presenters will include Australia’s top digital campaigners.

Check out this adorable photo of last year’s Melbourne Digital Bootcampers:


How much does it cost?

Pricing for Bootcamp is determined by the staffing budget of your organisation ranging from $2,150 for for-profit companies and between $1,750 for large non-profit organisations to $900 for very small non-profit organisations and individuals. Bootcamp is fully catered but is not residential. We are happy to help participants find nearby accommodation.

How do I apply?

To secure your place, purchase a ticket using eventbrite below. Before you complete the ticket purchase you will be asked several questions about your experience in Digital Campaigning.


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Melbourne, 2nd November