Media Interview training: method and delivery, 13 Dec
27 September 2022
Public Engagement - training Training and development
This interactive session designed for beginners takes you through techniques for doing interviews on live or pre-recorded media.
This one day, practical, hands-on course will introduce you to valuable techniques to help you with being interviewed, for print, radio and television. Learn how to present yourself, prepare for questions, handle live and pre-recorded interviews, deal with tricky situations, and deliver your messages. Note: You should be prepared to conduct interviews and give interviews as part of the hands-on element of the course. The interviews will be recorded in Teams and shared with the course participants.
Anyone who may need to give pre-recorded or live interviews to the media on TV, radio or online or who needs to interview colleagues and others when creating a podcast or video.
Digital communication, collaboration and participation
In-person presentation with role-play exercises
- Familiarise yourself with different interview styles
- Anticipate and answer difficult questions
- Structure and deliver your message coherently
- Learn the value of non-verbal communication
- Study pre- and post-interview etiquette
- Develop and utilise interview techniques with a professional
Day/date Start/end time Location
Tue, 13 Dec 22 09:30 - 16:30hrs Thames Suite, IT Services, 13 Banbury Road, Oxon, OX2 6NN
£72 Staff / £36 Students
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