Media training to help professionals get the best out of the media
Mr Richard Williams
Thursday, January 24, 2008
[Please note this course is no longer available]
The Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (JOMEC) have launched an exiting new media training course targeted at professionals and organisations in the UK.
The course details practical methods of reaching an audience through effective media management and strategy.
The courses are presented by Mr Richard Williams, the former editor of the South Wales Echo and the Wrexham Evening Leader.
Richard is one of Wales' most experienced senior journalists and has also worked at the Daily Post, Wales on Sunday, Daily Mail, The People and on behalf of various websites and magazines.
During the launch of the course Mr Williams said: "This is a chance to get the inside track on how to work the media and to get your message across effectively… We know what it takes to make the news and get the very best value out of the media ... with tips from the other side of the fence."
Mr David English (JOMEC) co-ordinator of the new course added: "This builds upon our range of media relations courses for businesses, organisations and individuals. Getting your message across in the right way and to the right audience is often a tricky task, this aims to tackle that issue head-on".
All courses can be presented in English or Welsh and tailored to ensure that organisations or businesses achieve the best possible value from the expertise on offer.
For more information please contact Carol Davies on 029 208 74786 or email DaviesC44@Cardiff.ac.uk.