16 training courses found
Aims of the course Learn techniques to sharpen your presentation skills. Gain proven methods for delivering confident presentations that hold the attention of an audience.
Aims of the course Delegates learn how to plan and manage PR campaigns that win the support of internal or external clients. They are taught how to set objectives and monitor and evaluate progress towards them.
This course will help you improve your photography through practical lessons in composition, lighting, camera use and editing. You will learn and practice simple techniques that can quickly and dramatically improve your photographs.
How can you run a successful blog when you’re not a full time blogger? Learn simple techniques from a high-profile blogger to make your blog more engaging. Running an effective blog requires a variety of skills and means coming up with ideas, creating content and publishing constantly.
Learn a clear framework for writing excellent press releases. Learn how to target their releases and write to catch the interest of a journalist.
Aims of the course Delegates are shown how to write speeches, either for themselves or for others to deliver. The course gives them structures to work with and underlines important differences between written and spoken language.
This course will help you get from a blank page to the final draft using practices and structures you will find easy to adopt and remember. The one-day course mixes theory and practical work with feedback from the tutor.
Aims of the course Delegates get a framework for identifying the key campaigns on which proactive time is best reactive work in the press office. They learn proven methods for involving top management in the PR decision making process.
Aims of the course Delegates gain an insight into the nature of the leap from account manager to account director. They are taught to wield their new authority with an easy touch.
Learn professional proofreading skills in order to avoid expensive and damaging mistakes. Our simple and practical course will help you grasp proofreading techniques and teach you British Standards Institution (BSI) mark-up to speed up your work and help you collaborate.
Aims of the course Don’t ever start at a scary blank page again. Freelance journalist (Guardian, New Statesman, The Times) will teach you how to approach writing like a professional, through a series of simple practices.
Learn why internal communications are vital to organisational success rather than the ‘poor relation’. They see how to deliver creative solutions against agreed objectives.
PR writing involves balancing editorial, marketing and creative writing in order to tell engaging stories to relevant audiences. You have to deliver messages quickly and as clearly as possible to journalists, the public or both.
Aims of the course Delegates learn proven goal-setting and time management techniques that create compelling outcomes. They prioritise.
People ready copy differently online, so you need to adjust the way you write to get messages across effectively. In this workshop, you will learn how to approach online copywriting and adapt existing copy for reading on the internet, social media and multiple devices.
Delegates gain a clear picture of public relations as a management discipline. They are taught to identify what their employing organisation and also the press and media are trying to achieve.