We're delighted to be working together with Arch Media Partners to promote their expert media skills seminar.
Three top ex-BBC journalists - Paul Phillips, Dean Arnett and David Hayward - will be in the city on the 6th October to pass on their expertise to help organisations get the most out of their media exposure. Whether this is in the press, on social media or handling an interview on television or radio. The seminar is much more than merely media skills and so is relevant to organisations from across many sectors including charities, non-government organisations as well as commercial businesses. It will cover essential writing skills as well as effective presentation and interview skills. Attendees will also learn the best storytelling tips to get their story across and leave people wanting to know more.
David Hayward, Digital Consultant said “The developments in social and digital media have had a dramatic effect on communications. We’ve designed the seminars to give attendees the tools they need to make the most of any media opportunity that comes their way in this modern digital.”
Paul Phillips explained “Whether you’re a business leader, manager, marketer, event manager or public relations person, if you have to communicate anything on behalf of your organisation, this seminar is for you.”
Jonathan White, Desire Marketing Managing Director, said “We are delighted to be supporting Arch Media Partners in making these seminars available to people from many different organisations. The training covers many disciplines which are essential in today’s digital age and which will be so useful for people from many different businesses and organisations.”
As well as the seminar in Norwich at The Forum, Bethel Street, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1BH on 6th October, they are also holding another in Leicester at The Innovation Centre, De Montfort University, 49 Oxford Street, Leicester, LE1 5XY on 13th October.
The seminar costs £99 + VAT which includes food, drink and access to all learning materials. You will also be able to claim 7 CPD hours for the event.
For more information on the seminar, or to sign up visit, www.essentialmediatraining.co.uk
Paul Phillips, Storytelling consultant, has 35 years’ experience in TV news. He was Executive Producer of Sky News and Editor on the BBC’s News Channel.
David Hayward, Digital Consultant, is a pioneer of online video journalism and film making. He was editor of the first BBC newsroom to be fully staffed by multi-platform, multi-skilled reporters and he ran the BBC’s digital local TV pilot.
Dean Arnett is an international award winning, self-shoot documentary producer. He has worked all over the world, most notably for the BBC and Discovery.