We serve the needs of Communications teams who require media training for their spokespeople so they can tell the organisation’s story confidently and effectively.
Your job is to manage reputation. You need the best media trainers to help your spokespeople to improve your reputation metrics. Electric Airwaves teaches your spokespeople both what to say and how to say it. Whether for a global CEO, an entrepreneur, a middle manager or the expert commentator in your organisation, we deliver the highest quality media training enjoyed by almost half of FTSE 100 companies and thousands in the private, public and third sectors.
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People often tell us that they think their media trainer did a good enough job. Then they work with us. And then they stay with us. Our team of 70 print and broadcast journalists have media trained almost half the FTSE100, global brands like Disney, Unilever, Sony and Hilton Hotels, plus many other leaders in business, entertainment and politics. Operating globally from our central London TV and radio studios since 1983, we are the UK’s largest media training company. Not only are we the biggest, we are regularly told that we are the best. Our story-led approach to Media Training leads to more confident, effective and engaging spokespeople. Try us out. Measure us against your current Media Training supplier and discover how we live up to our own reputation.
Industry Leading Media Training
Tailored training with lots of practice and feedback for up to six participants teaching them what to say and how to say it.
Along with crisis media training, we audit, create and test your Crisis Communications plans, processes and people so you are prepared to defend your reputation during a crisis. More »
Presentation Training and Public Speaking
Practical courses for individuals or small groups to learn how to structure, script and deliver speeches. More »
Coaching for Parliamentary Committee appearances
Coaching CEOs and other leaders to prepare for parliamentary committees and other moments of intense scrutiny. More »