This is at the heart of what we do. Presenting should be fun but faced with a crew, a director and lots of kit, it doesn’t always seem that way. Our coaching is an enormously effective way of demystifying what can be an intimidating process. People often ask, “how long does it take to train a presenter so they can start filming?” The answer is of course the same as, “How long is a piece of string? “ What we can say though, is that while additional follow up, feedback and support may be necessary, it rarely takes more than 3 days to equip an individual with the skills they need. And that, noticeable improvements can be seen after just a half-day session.
The most effective form of coaching is ‘one to one’. This usually takes place at our private studio office in Clapham. A comfy sofa and cappuccino machine teamed with camera, autocue and talkback, make the perfect safe haven in which to learn the art of presenting.
You’ll learn how to present on location and in a studio. That means mastering autocue, live and recorded as well as learning and delivering PTC’s.
But our presentation coaching isn’t just for novices. Many of our clients have been presenting for many years and our half-day review sessions are a useful way to take a step back from what they do on a daily basis and assess how they can move to the next level.
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Ian is an extraordinary coach (and person!) He gave me the skills, and confidence, to present Live TV in front of millions of people with no previous experience. Working with him will change your career..and your life! His ability to enable you to be the most confident and capable version of yourself is unrivalled. Without his training and support I wouldn’t be where I am today.Sophie Morgan
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