Busy week Media Training in Edinburgh
A great week finishes with Scottish Media Training Edinburgh staff having completed workshops for two very different organisations, although collectively, its staff are geographically dispersed across Scotland, but come together with an aim of looking at effective ways of communicating their message to their key audiences.
First up, earlier this week, was the National Trust for Scotland in the rather different surroundings of Creative Scotland’s very modern headquarters at Waverley Gate, just of Princes’ Street in Edinburgh…and a far cry from our last training session at the end of 2014 at Mar Lodge Estate in Aberdeenshire. the location might have been different, but the NTS staff we put through their paces, were dedicated to learning about the intricacies of good media interaction. A really lively bunch of folk, full of questions and a genuine delight to train.
Next up, was a PR and media training session hosted by Industrial Museums Scotland – a registered charity which looks after the aims and aspirations of Scotland’s main industrial museums – principally, our national collective of heritage and maritime museums from around the country which aims to safeguard and protect our proud history of seafaring, invention and industrial dependence – a truly inspirational association. The charity brought together around 60 staff members from a host of Scottish Museums to learn about the evolution in marketing, PR and working with the media. We were delighted to get involved. Kevin Dorrian delivered a 45 minute keynote speech and then hosted a very interactive media workshops in the afternoon plenary sessions.
Scottish Media Training once again proves it is the ‘go to’ trainer for the Charity and Third Sector