Media Training Built On Experience
When should you consider media training? Who should take part? What exactly should it involve? We’ll help you answer these questions to design the right media training course for you.
Learn more about HarveyLeach. Find out about our tutors and their experience in journalism and media training. See who some of our clients are and read what they say about our training.
All of our training is designed according to our clients’ specific requirements. If you know what you are looking for, we can give you an indication of what your training is likely to cost.
The HarveyLeach blog contains a wealth of useful information, including media training tips, reviews of recent media interviews and detailed ebooks covering all aspects of media relations.
Why Media Training?
You understand the importance of your communications strategy. It’s your job. You’ve put hours, days, weeks, months of hard work into getting it right.
Then one of your spokespeople is interviewed by the media and it all goes wrong. Because the journalist is in control, the interview results in the story that they want, not the story that you want.
At best, it’s a wasted opportunity to get your message across. At worst, your company’s reputation is seriously damaged.
The right media training, with experienced journalists and specialist tutors, will give your spokespeople the skills and confidence to take control of any media interview and get your message across.
At HarveyLeach we believe there is no better – or more important – opportunity for getting your message across than the media interview. This is why we put everything into making sure your spokespeople are able to take full advantage of this opportunity.
We make no compromises in providing the highest standards of media training available, and have spent years getting the formula right.
We know that the effectiveness of media training is a combined function of the journalistic experience and the training skills of the tutors.
All of our tutors have reached the top of their profession as journalists and now specialise in producing highly skilled and confident spokespeople.