Energy supply, climate change and ageing transport infrastructure are just a few of the challenges facing the UK engineering sector and with the recent collapse of construction giant Carillion, the media will be keen for good news.

As the sector copes with delivering large scale, engineering projects amid a severe industry skill shortage, those who can capture the imagination with new technology, innovative solutions and relatable spokespeople will grab the airtime.

What Media First clients in your sector say

Thank you so much for organising the media training for our group. We were delighted with it, and agree it is one of the most valuable experiences we have had in terms of training for our job."

Sharron Miller McKenzie, Press Office Manager, Scottish and Southern Energy Plc

Absolutely superb training. I've been on the course twice, and both times got a huge amount from it. The first moment the microphone came out I was terrified, but by the end of the day I felt confident handling even the most obstructive and confrontational journalist. The learning’s can be used in so many other fields as well (i.e. giving presentations) that this training is invaluable. The lead journalist is highly experienced & an excellent trainer."

Paul Smith, Strategy & Business Development at BP

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