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We have been media training clients to handle interviews for over 20 years

Our media training team are all media experts - broadcast and print journalists - who know exactly

what to say and when to say it.

We can teach you to be confident and articulate when confronted with a TV camera, radio microphone or reporter’s notebook.

In today’s fast-paced media world media training isn’t a ‘nice-to-have’ skill; it is an ‘essential-to-survive’ skill. It’s also a highly transferable one, and can be applied in almost any meeting or presentation.

In English or Welsh, we’ll guide you through TV, radio and newspaper interviews, explain how the media set about reporting the news, how to spot media trends and exploit them, and help you develop key messages to ensure that what you say is newsworthy.

Courses can be held in your offices, at a location of your choosing - or online. Call us to find out more.

Click here to see some of the clients we've got up and running with our media training

and who are giving great interviews right now.

Media training is an essential skill


Tuesday was awesome and you and the team were fabulous. It was an absolute pleasure to work with you, we’re all motivated and have had such a boost from working with such professionals.


Excellent. Thought-provoking and confidence boosting. An excellent developmental session, providing a range of transferable skills.


A big thank you for the training. The team all fed back really positively – they found it extremely beneficial and feel more confident post training. Fantastic training!


Bill Jenkins
Bill Jenkins

Bill is a journalist by profession and a highly experienced media trainer. He draws on his wide exposure to crisis situations over 40 years in his role as tutor.

Warren Carr
Warren Carr

A qualified journalist, Warren works closely with clients in his role as tutor in media training sessions to set the delivery of interviews in the context of an organisation's wider communications activity.

Tim Hartley
Tim Hartley

Tim is a highly experienced bi-lingual journalist who spent 17 years with the BBC working on the 6 O’clock news, Radio Five Live and as editor of S4C’s nightly news programme, ‘Newyddion.’ He was Head of News for the Welsh Government and was the First Minister's Official Spokesman before being appointed Director of Corporate Affairs at the Welsh language broadcaster S4C.

Chris Pain
Chris Pain

Camera operator Chris is lighting cameraman accomplished in all aspects of film and television production, with over twenty five years’ experience working for all the main broadcast organisations.

Colin Pickford
Colin Pickford

Camera operator Colin has worked in television as a camera operator since 1982. He spent 22 years at ITV Wales (previously HTV Wales) on a variety of programmes, operating studio and outside broadcast cameras and using portable cameras on documentaries, feature items and news.

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