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Our face-to-face media training is back!

We had an enjoyable and beneficial day this week [Tuesday 5 July] working with the team at Bristol-based charity Gympanzees.

Our long-time friend and broadcast consultant Mariclare Carey-Jones hosted the day-long training session, along with our Andy Weltch and camera operator Natalie Clements [who previously worked with us on our Visit Rhiwbina video].

The training team – Mariclare Carey-Jones (centre) with Andy Weltch and Natalie Clements

We used a developing scenario to introduce the Gympanzees team to a range of interviews from radio and press to a down-the-line Zoom interview and a press conference.

“It was an excellent day,” said Gympanzees marketing manager, Kimberly Martin. “Thorough, insightful and helpful – we all found it challenging but very worthwhile.”

Gympanzees provides opportunities for fun and fitness to children and young people with sensory, physical, learning difficulties, special educational needs and any mild to profound disability.

Our media training is now available in person or via Zoom and we can tailor the package to suit you. To find out more,  please email us

It’s designed to be affordable, useful, and fun. See what others have said, and check out this little video.

We also now offer copywriting training online to help you and your team get the words just right for your website, blogs or publications.

Check out our range of services here.



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