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Media Training and Crisis Media Training

Competent, confident and resilient spokespeople are the result of expert training.

HAWKEYE MEDIA™ provides top-quality, bespoke media training in a supportive environment.

We ensure each session is tailor-made around your particular training requirements with relevant, realistic and challenging questions and scenarios.

Our consultants are experienced senior broadcast journalists as well as trainers.

Our clients include large corporations, SMEs, government organisations and charities.

We have access to the state-of-the-art studio facilities but we can also set up a temporary studio at your offices – all at competitive rates.

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Blunders to avoid:

You would like to:

  • Communicate confidently on radio and TV
  • Become bullet proof under fire (not afraid to be challenged)
  • Test your messages in a safe environment
  • Improve communication skills
  • Learn about crisis media management

Why Hawkeye Media?

  • Specialists in media and crisis media training
  • Trainers have held senior jobs on programmes such as Watchdog, Panorama, Newsnight
  • Tailor-made sessions designed around your specific requirements and budget
  • Rated “excellent” by more than 95% of delegates

Read what our clients say about us:

NOVARTIS

“The crisis media training sessions with senior management were engaging, relevant and memorable”

Helen Shannon, director OCTO – providers of crisis management training to Novartis Emergency Management, Basel

CAPITA

“Helen is a fantastic media trainer who goes beyond providing just interview training. Her experience working as a journalist across both broadcast and print media is invaluable to the training, as she clearly knows what motivates journalists and can provide excellent interview tips and examples.”

Kindra Hyttner, Senior media relations manager, Capita Group Press Office

KPMG

“As a lawyer I find it very difficult to not get bogged down in the technical detail. That’s not the point. It’s about the story and the narrative that fires up the client. For me and my KPMG colleagues Chris taught us to look beyond ourselves and scope what the clients need to know and deliver it in a way that enlightens them and secures their trust.”

Peter D Rodgers, KPMG LLP, Senior Counsel

NDA – NUCLEAR DECOMMISSIONING AUTHORITY

“The training programme was entirely bespoke designed to prepare executives for mission critical media interviews. The content and delivery of the training was exactly what was required. The interviews were extremely challenging but carried out in a very supportive and relaxed environment”

Tonia Page – MD Page Relations – provider of PR services to Nuclear Decommissioning Authority

GE AVIATION

“Our sales and product teams have their confidence back; they have a new way of researching effectively and developing our story which has revitalised us as a business and our clients’ confidence in our ability to lead them, not just respond to what they think they need.”

Adrian Button, Managing Director of global aircraft engine over haulers GE Aviation

SUTTON AND EAST SURREY WATER, TRELOARS, THE CHILDREN’S TRUST

“Surrey House Corporate Communication has worked with Helen Glanville of Hawkeyemedia for the past eight years in the areas of media and crisis media training, PR support, videos and video news releases. We have always found Helen to be reliable, highly professional and quick to understand complex issues. Among other work, Helen has provided several media/crisis media training sessions for senior executives at Sutton and East Surrey Water. Although some of the delegates were already highly proficient, there was a substantial improvement in their performances in terms of both messaging and delivery. The interviews were extremely challenging, replicating the toughest interviews executives would ever face. Despite the pressure, they all enjoyed the day. Helen produced a video news release for SESW which she then cut into a VNR and an excellent educational and promotional film. This provided a cost-effective and versatile series of videos. Following a day’s media training, we employed Helen to maximise publicity for Treloars, the highly regarded school and college for severely disabled young people. This resulted in unprecedented publicity ranging from an hour-long documentary to features on Newsnight and Blue Peter.”

Stuart Hyslop, Managing Director, Surrey House Corporate Communication