Mediapro Media Training has beaten stiff competition from throughout the country to secure a 3 year contract with the East of England Development Agency.
“Mediapro’s strength is its trainers,” says Mediapro’s manager Justin Cohu. “All are experienced reporters whose principal income is earned working in the news industry. They are up to date and use the latest radio and television equipment to record and play back our course participants’ interviews.”
Some of Mediapro’s clients in the East include May Gurney, the Norfolk Constabulary, WEETU, The Money Centre, and the Norwich School of Art and Design.
“We enjoy researching realistic scenarios for our clients so we can thoroughly put them through their paces. By the end of training each says they look forward to building a positive rapport with the media,” says TV news reporter and media trainer Maria Veronese.
As well as providing bespoke training for clients like EEDA, Mediapro has developed an open Media Awareness Class for local business and organisation leaders. Two reporter trainers will head the practical based one day sessions. The Media Awareness Classes cover how the media works, how to write a dynamic press release and be an effective press, radio and television interviewee.
“The classes are ideal for anyone wanting to know more about today’s media and feel confident when dealing with reporters,” Justin says. “Most people want to know how they can improve their profile and prepare for any likely worst case scenarios. That’s what these sessions are all about.”
For further details contact Mediapro Media Training on 01603 879969 or email: [email protected].