Media Training

Our print, radio and television courses give you plenty of practical interview experience and show you how to get your message across; what will (and won’t) interest the journalist; how to deal with difficult issues; and the essential questions you should ask before agreeing to any TV or radio interview.

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Crises Media Training

Crisis Media Training

As well as our standard media training we can provide crisis media training courses. These will help you turn the media into part of the solution, not the problem, should disaster strike. We work with you to create a relevant crisis scenario then base the training and interview practice around it.

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Presentation Training

Presentation Training

We specialise in presentation skills training at beginner or advanced levels, to banish your nerves and make sure your message really gets across to the audience—be it a key client pitch or a large gathering. We can hold specialist one-on-one coaching with senior executives—ask us for details.

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  • Slide – Media Tip One

    Media Tip

    If your eyes flicker around during a TV interview, you look uncomfortable, and probably guilty. Keep your eye-line focused on the interviewer, then you come over as being in command of your subject.

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  • Slide – Testimonial Three TESTIMONIAL: 'Fantastic morning giving insights and practical experience in dealing with print, radio and TV journalists... great delivery, real experience, valuable insights, highly recommended.' ~  Craig Vallis, MD, Sanda Technologies

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  • Should you keep quiet about customer complaints? Consumer journalists are always keeping an eye on social media for possible stories – for instance an upsurge in customer complaints or allegations of unfair treatment by a well-known company. So it is natural to want to deal with any such issues as quickly as possible before they escalate, and ...

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  • Slider – Paper Clipping PRESS COVERAGE: 'As with any speech or presentation, even if you only have to speak for between two and three minutes, you have to structure your material effectively so it will flow—and you have to rehearse.' ('Unaccustomed as I Am', CORPCOMMS, March 2012)

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  • Testimonial One TESTIMONIAL: "Tom ran several media training courses for a selection of our senior spokespeople. His high-impact and professional style struck exactly the right balance needed to motivate, inform and educate. His knowledge and insight helps individuals improve their communication style."

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