Our videoconferencing options allow delegates to access all the brilliant media training we provide in our classrooms and studios from anywhere in the world, without having to travel.
And it has been an invaluable option during lockdowns, allowing organisations to continue to develop their people even though they could not meet face-to-face.
It has also helped prepare spokespeople for an evolving media landscape where many broadcast, print and telephone interviews continue to happen.
The sessions are typically shorter, with more breaks and a greater focus on one-to-one coaching. But they still include everything you’ve come to expect from our face-to-face training, with practical sessions that are recorded for playback and coaching, and full-written feedback of every delegate’s performance issued after the course.
The training is delivered by current working journalists who are all kitted out with professional video, audio and lighting setups and high-speed internet. And they are supported by our in-house technical team to ensure the training isn’t interrupted by any annoying glitches.
Online training can be really effective and, because we know comms teams often like to observe our training, we’ve made sure you can dip in and out of the session at your convenience.