pOverview: These sessions can focus on the basics for less experienced on-screen performers, or they can improve the skills of more experienced television spokespeople.

Perfect for: People who already do on-screen media interviews or presentations and want to hone their performances, or those who are likely to be asked to appear on screen.

Length: Four hours for one person; four to five hours for two or three people; a full day for four to five people.

Possible content:

  • Basic rules for communicating effectively and creating the right impression on screen;
  • Controlling nerves and increasing comfort levels on camera;
  • Body language, stance, delivery and other performance elements;
  • Image, style and how to look good (and what to avoid);
  • Developing messages and TV-friendly grabs;
  • Controlling interviews – live and pre-recorded;
  • Understanding TV jargon and working with the technical stuff.
  • " Excellent insights, tailored feedback to my needs in a comfortable environment. "
    Kirsty Shaw, Director, Strategy & Operations, Fairfax Digital
  • " Great to do a practical training course. I was very nervous but was put at ease and learnt a lot from the sessions. "
    Jayne Andrews, RSVP Marketing Director