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Media training, communication training
Our fun and engaging workshops are tailored to deliver practical and effective media training, crisis skills and business communication know-how.
Bullet proof your media spokespeople
Our media training workshops will empower you to step into the spotlight to promote and protect your organisation’s reputation.
Sharpen your media skills and boost your confidence so you can protect your reputation in even the most difficult media interviews.
We know media training
We’re media training and communication specialists.
Our media trainers are trained journalists with qualifications in business and adult learning.
Proven media training frameworks
Develop your media skills and maximise your media interview performance with our practical frameworks, useful tools and proven techniques.
Build your skills and confidence
Our comprehensive range of workshops delivers media and communication skills to spokespeople at all levels of experience.
Learn to understand, engage with and manage the media with certainty and confidence.
Strategic communication training
We design a customised, relevant communication or media training program for every client. We'll help you work out the type of training your business needs and the skill level of your spokespeople.
Our training is focused on tangible outcomes, and joining and influencing the public debate.
Click here to view our range of corporate media and communication training programs, or click here to book a place in a public workshop.
Pope sins against communication 24th Jun 15
Pope Francis is a key opinion leader, so its a real shame his Encyclical is an epic communications fail. Opaque, badly structured and inaccessible to readers, an unholy trinity and a wasted opportunity.
Proof media drives behaviour 17th Jun 15
Proof positive that even a single story can change the public's behaviour. So you need to get media right.
Was Johdi Meares misquoted? 3rd Jun 15
Susie O'Brien's skewering of Jodhi Meares is hysterically funny, but is it fair game? I've never seen a more shameless use of 'out of context' quotes, but it's a stark reminder that your words, once on the record, can pop up anywhere.
Outstanding media releases 27th May 15
Journalists constantly whinge that media releases are getting longer and more trivial. So it’s a breath of fresh air to see the ALP issue short, snappy and to the point statements. A new trend of transparency and honesty in politics?