Lindsey Casey

“Insightful, entertaining and extremely useful.”

Lindsey Casey
Merciec

Gemma Phillips

“This course provided me with the tools and confidence I need to speak to the media.”

Gemma Phillips
Kavanagh Communications

Sally Brown

“The course has left me feeling inspired and much more confident about pitching my client's stories to all kinds of media!”

Sally Brown
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

Jenny McMahon

“Planning a Strategic PR Campaign course provides a user friendly step by step guide for PR professionals to help deliver impressive presentations to existing and prospective clients every time.”

Jenny McMahon
Weber Shandwick

Rona Train

“An excellent, interactive course that really highlighted what works (and doesn't work) for journalists.”

Rona Train
Hymans

Tom Bowden-Green

“The crisis communications course was very thorough and expertly delivered.”

Tom Bowden-Green
Grayling

Sharon Chilton

“I thoroughly enjoyed the course and am taking away great tips.”

Sharon Chilton
Tudor Reilly

Chris Hulme

“Our session was loaded with valuable insight and perspective-and stress-tested our approach to developing creative and intellectually coherent PR proposals.”

Chris Hulme
Paver Smith

James Tuck

“A fantastic course enabling anyone who takes part to further their career if they wish.”

James Tuck
ADPR

Linda Egan

“I really enjoyed the training it was given in a really fun and informative way.”

Linda Egan
The Metropolitan Police Service

Julie Riddle

“Excellent course that was provided me with some great practical tips for use in real life”

Julia Riddle
Nexus Communications

Ludivine Stagnaro

“The training on talent retention was great and very interactive, it gave the opportunity to see how my peers engage and do to retain their talent.”

Ludivine Stagnaro
VMA Group

 

“Very useful- learnt many techniques that can be used practically."

Carrie-Ann Ambrose
Publicis Consultants

 

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