This is the way most organisations choose to work with us. You get to choose the workshop, nominate who you want to sit the session, fix a time and date that suits everyone and decide whether you want online or in-person delivery. We do the rest – even down to tweaking the training to match your specific needs. All we need is a bit of information about you so click the organise button to get the ball rolling.
|Price||From £149 per session|
Maybe you don’t want or need a full training course but would like a little help. Or maybe you’d like a lot of help. Either way coaching and mentoring could be the answer. Tell us more and we’ll be in touch.
|Price||£199 for first hour, £149/hr thereafter|
Hour-long interview sessions via Zoom aimed at those who've already attended our (or other companies) broadcast media training and want to develop their broadcast skills further. Can be booked as a one-off session, perhaps as a dress rehearsal in advance of a significant real life interview or as a series of sessions over a period of weeks or months.
Sometimes a one-off training session isn't enough or you're interviewed so infrequently in real life that you feel as if you aren't making enough progress. So this longitudinal learning as we rather grandly call it is designed to give you bite size lessons over a period of weeks, months or (if you're really dedicated) years.
As it's a one-to-one session we can, of course, tailor the content to your own particular training needs whether that's to help you draw up your key messages in the first place using our indispensible planning matrix or to assist you getting better at dealing with the questions you're asked more swiftly so you've got the time to move on to what you really want to talk about.
If you've already been on one of ACM Training's media workshops you'll be familiar with the facilitator, the ever-friendly and always insightful Richard Uridge. He's a flexible sort of guy so if for any reason you want to do the training in the evening, at weekends or in the dead of night he'll almost certainly accomodate - even if he's off riding his bike. After all that's what mobile phones are for. Isn't it?!
"An excellent training session, very well run and very engaging. I would go as far as to say probably the best training session I have ever been on."