We are open for face-to-face studio training

Our television and radio studios have now reopened, and we are resuming face-to-face training.
This makes us happy as we know this is the part of our training many delegates particularly value. 


But please rest assured we take the wellbeing of all our visitors seriously, and we have brought in a range of additional COVID measures to help keep everyone safe. 

Here's a guide to what you can expect at our training studios in Reading.

As well as our broadcast-quality facilities in Reading, we can also now run courses from our studios in London and other parts of the country. We can also deliver training from your offices or a location near your workplace if you prefer. 

The last year has been tough and people have been affected differently. We appreciate you will have some team members who will be keen to take part in face-to-face training, while others may feel hesitant. 

That's why we have ensured we can deliver our courses both to delegates who will be joining us in person and those who will take part remotely.

And we continue to offer all the video-conferencing and online training options you come to expect from us over the past year. 

Whatever the situation in your teams, we can deliver training options where everyone feels comfortable and safe while learning new skills or refreshing existing ones. 

Please get in touch if you have any questions or if you are facing any communication challenges you would like us to help you overcome. 

COVID-19 Client info

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Our COVID-19 client information

Media First is committed to the health and safety of all employees, workers and visitors and has implemented all necessary and practical measures to ensure protection against Covid-19 infection.

Sian Jones

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

Paul Brennan

Paul has more than twenty years' experience as a reporter, producer and presenter cross regional and network newsrooms for the BBC, ITV and Five News.

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.

Keme Nzerem

Keme is an award-winning news and current affairs television correspondent and presenter who has worked for Channel 4 News and ITV News for two decades.

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.


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.