Training - Media interviews: Preparation and performance, 9 Nov
31 October 2017
Public Engagement - training
Some media interviews are planned - you know when you will be in front of a microphone telling the story of your research. Some media interviews just happen!
Would you know how to make the most of either opportunity?
Their Media Interviews: Preparation and performance workshop will prepare you. In just one day you'll be introduced to simple techniques to help you with conducting an interview and being interviewed, for print, audio and video. The workshop is taught by a BBC journalist so this is a great opportunity to get professional and realistic advice from an expert!
When: 09/11/2017 - 09:15-16:15
Where: 13 Banbury RoadObjectives
- Present yourself well
- Prepare for your interview
- Deal with difficult questions
- Craft messages for your audience
- Discuss what to expect after the interview
- Gain practical interview experience with a journalist
Cost: Staff £60/Students £30
Note: This is an interactive workshop and you should be prepared to conduct and give interviews.
Book and pay on IT Services Learning Programme site.
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