Podcasting Accelerator **REGISTRATION CLOSED**

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28 April 2022 - 10:00am to 29 April 2022 - 1:00pm

This course will be delivered over two mornings by Roger Gowdy. It will cover a step by step guide to launching successful podcasts in 2022.

If you have a message to tell the world, and an audience that needs to hear it, there is no better vehicle to make that happen right now than a podcast.

We call this course the Podcast Accelerator because in just 2 half day sessions it will lead you through all the keys steps to launch a successful podcast in 2022, saving countless hours of research and mistakes along the way.

Dates of sessions

This course is delivered in two morning sessions and you need to attend both of the sessions.

  • Thursday 28 April 10am-1pm
  • Friday 29 April 10am-1pm

Content of 2 sessions

  • Developing your podcast concept and format
  • Choosing your podcast title
  • Creating Artwork
  • Writing a Podcast Description
  • Creating Intro/Outro
  • Developing Ideal Listener Persona
  • Choosing Equipment
  • Recording Your Podcast
  • Editing
  • Developing a Launch Plan
  • Developing a Marketing Plan
  • And much more…

PLUS all trainees will be given access to a private Facebook group for 6 months where peer learning and additional support can take place.

If you would like to launch not just any podcast, but a successful one that will start strong and grow from there, then this is the course for you.

What past attendees of this course said

“It covers *everything* you need (from the theoretical foundation to the practical logistics). One of the best value trainings I've ever attended. Your podcast one-stop shop.”

“ Roger's delivery was very good and his breadth of knowledge on the subject was obvious. The content was extensive and all very relevant.”

“I would recommend this training to any other organisation thinking about getting into this world, due to the content and Roger's delivery which I thought was excellent.”

Trainer Bio

Roger Gowdy is highly experienced in all things podcasting and audio/visual production. Starting his training in the world leading Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast, Roger completed his Masters in 2005, and since then has been producing audio visual content for organisations all over the world, including the US, Eastern Europe, Africa and at home in NI.

Roger has launched, hosted and edited multiple podcasts with particular focus on the not-for-profit sector, so is ideally placed to help guide organisations as they start their journey into podcasting.

This workshop is part of our Communication skills series running from March to September

Introduction to podcasting

Managing meetings in a hybrid world

Power of the case study

Managing the media


Cancellation Policy

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