I do if for farmers, I do it for nurses, I do it for academics and I’ll do it for you.
In many cases the media can be an opportunity for you to shine, show your expertise to a huge audience and make a real positive impact.
Then there’s that what if…
What if the brown stuff hits and the media comes knocking? Are we ready? What would we do? Who is responsible for what?
I bring an experienced former BBC shoot edit cameraman with all the lighting broadcast kit.
You’ll learn what the media wants, what journalists are like, how to prepare, how to handle difficult questions, plus all the important stuff about where to look and what to do with your hands.
It’s very hands on, you’ll do at least three broadcast media interviews – live radio, recorded and live TV – and as a group we watch them back and I’ll give you advice on what needs to improve and what you did well.
You’ll leave feeling confident and prepared for any media opportunity
If you want to avoid the above, we can do a crisis communications day, including doorstepping, a live press conference and making sure you and your team are all drilled and prepared to face the worst in a professional, organised way.
My usual price for a group of six people is £2,150 for a day – but if you book me in September I will run the course for £1,850 – a saving of £300.
Have a look here at a film of one of my sessions and give me a call on 07889 094949 and we’ll get you and your team ready and prepped for the autumn.