If you would like to get the mainstream media interested in your story this is the training course for you.
Attend this one-day interactive workshop with journalist Sarah Travers of Bespoke Communications to learn how to make your story newsworthy. In this course, you’ll also learn how to plan your key message for a media interview and you’ll experience a live TV interview in a safe environment, under the guidance of an experienced broadcasting mentor.
About the trainer: Sarah Travers
There are few better placed than Sarah to advise and prepare your media strategy for your next campaign. An experienced broadcast journalist, TV presenter, event host and BBC news anchor of 17 years, Sarah has a wealth of experience of how to handle the media to make it work for you and equip you with the tools required in the face of a crisis. As Director of Bespoke Communications, Sarah develops and delivers media and crisis communications training programmes for organisations across the public, private and third sectors. She continues to appear on-screen as a TV presenter on a range of programmes and holds a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Nottingham Trent University. Sarah is a Young Enterprise ambassador in Northern Ireland, an ambassador for The Alzheimer’s Society and a patron of Tiny Life.
The other 2 parts of the Communicating Impact programme are:
Social Media for Impact
These will all be interactive, practical training sessions giving you the skills and confidence to communicate your impact better.
You can attend all three sessions or as many as you like. You need to book for each session separately online. We expect the demand to be high for these courses and places are strictly limited due to the practical nature of the training sessions, so if you are interested please book your place as soon as possible.
Are you part of NICVA Media Connect connecting voluntary sector expertise with journalists and media professionals? You can register online today.