On-Air broadcast interview training

Who should attend?

• All personnel tasked as media spokespersons for their units who wish to develop their media handling skills.
• Other personnel who have a PR responsibility, who have previously attended the Introductory Course and wish to broaden and improve their skills.
• Senior officers who have a command responsibility for PR and recruiting (see above) and wish to develop and broaden their skills.
NOTE: Applicants for this course must have previously completed the Introduction to Public Relations course

Course outline

A one-day course that is run specifically for personnel who are designated as the spokesperson for their unit and are likely to be involved in media interviews. Covering how to handle press and radio interviews, the course spans the range of personal and professional techniques used by politicians, celebrities and commentators.

Very much ‘hands on’, an ACF PR Unit experienced radio broadcaster runs the course. Interviews are realistic - using the PR Unit’s own modern radio studio equipment and ACF relevant case studies.

The course is restricted to a maximum of six delegates in order to give each an opportunity for a number of radio interviews covering a variety of situations and stories.

Bookings for this course are to be made via Westminster.