Training your way - In-Person

Always On

Available 24/7 to suit your diary and lifestyle.

Interactive

Instant feedback helps you judge your own progress.

Practical

Practical, fun and effective training.

Foundation

An excellent foundation for our real world tutor led training.

Convenient

Bite size modules you can dip in and out of at your convenience.

TRAINING YOUR WAY - IN-PERSON

People apply their knowledge best when they take an active role in their learning, receive immediate constructive feedback and have fun.

That’s why we have always insisted on making all our training courses as practical as possible, no matter how they are delivered.

Traditionally, most of our in-person training has either been delivered in our studios and classrooms, in the offices of our clients, hired rooms or office spaces anywhere in the world.  

And we expect that to become popular again when things return closer to normal.

But our training can also be delivered through videoconferencing software and through blended learning options, where the theory is delivered in advance on a self-directed online course.

Our training has helped thousands of organisations communicate with confidence and clarity, including 40 of the FTSE 100.

Each session, whether it is media training, crisis communication, message development and testing, presentations skills, social media or leadership communication, is designed by our dedicated account managers to meet your exact needs. The training can even include a mixture of some of these options, such as media training and crisis communication, for example.

And each session is delivered by experienced trainers who are current working journalists and presenters.

They ensure participants learn the most up to date and relevant skills.

Whatever your requirements, your delegates will be able to look forward to personal coaching and feedback, together with seamless playbacks of their interviews and presentations, to ensure they reach their training goals.

Who is this training method best suited for?

In-person training is suitable for everyone. Because the training is bespoke, it can be designed to meet specific needs, requirements and experience levels.

Whoever you need to train, our tutors will help them manage different communication situations and find their own words within your corporate messaging.  

Not sure what delivery style is best for you or your delegates?

Don’t worry – get in touch with us and we’ll talk you through the options based on your brief.

Our Clients

We have a huge amount of experience in over 40 different sectors such as automotive, charity, finance, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, retail, travel and many more. Here is a small selection of our clients.

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Emma Nelson

Emma's varied TV and radio career makes her particularly adept at helping big brands and niche businesses to hone, simplify and successfully deliver their messages.

Simon Brooke

Journalist and editor Simon writes regularly for The Times, The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Express, The Daily Mail and Business Life magazine.

Tasneem Siddiqi

Tasneem has a rich and diverse radio and television career spanning 30 years and now specialises in delivering presentation, communication and media skills training.

Sian Jones

A professional TV news anchor and host, Siân is highly experienced as a presentations, media and communications trainer.

Our Training Team

Our courses are delivered by current working journalists, along with PR and communications professionals - all of whom are expert and experienced trainers.

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