You did a media training course a few years ago but haven’t had the chance to put your skills into practice recently. Or, perhaps, you’ve refined and developed your Corporate Communications strategy and now it’s time to test your messages and interview skills. Then again, you might have thought of extra questions or seen interviews that have prompted new ideas.
Whatever the reason for revisiting media training, our intensive refresher courses will remind you of the key points, give you some more practice in doing interviews and answer any questions you might have. Like all Communicate Media’s media training courses they’re created bespoke, so that they match your needs exactly.
For example, members of the board of an organisation which we trained three years ago recently came in again for an intensive half day session to refresh their skills, to test their key messages and to remind themselves of how journalists work and what makes a story.
As with any skill, doing a successful media interview is something that needs to be practiced and updated. Come and talk to us about our intensive refresher media training courses.
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If you would like further details on this or any of our other training courses please call us on 0800 177 7080
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