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Organisation: Greenwoods Hotel & Spa
Client name: Abby Knight
Course: Social Media training

It was absolutely fabulous and I was delighted to find out how much I didn't know about social media...

Organisation: The Gay Times
Client name: Simon Topham
Course: Broadcast Skills training

I wanted to be more confident in what and how I deliver and today has been brilliant and I have learnt a lot...

Organisation: EDF Energy
Client name: Niki Spatchett
Course: Broadcast Skills training

A really good insight into self awareness of my body language

Organisation: Country Land & Business Association
Client name: Ben Underwood
Course: Broadcast Skills training

I will now go into TV interviews far better prepared

Organisation: Cardiff University
Client name: Colin Riordan
Course: Media awareness training

We're delighted with the training we have had and would recommend Mosaic Media Training to anyone

Organisation: European Commission
Client name: Ian Andersen  
Course: Podcast Scripting

It was a one size fits me training programme

Organisation: Lepra
Client name: Nicolette Dawson
Course: Press Release Writing

I will now be able to write more targeted and interesting press releases

Organisation: Toni & Guy
Client name: Karen Harper
Course: Social Media Training

The training will help me develop a social media presence and a positive image online

Organisation: Forest Gate Community School
Client name: Simon Elliott
Course: Media Presentation Skills

I will now re-evaluate how I communicate with parents and children

Organisation: Science without Borders
Client name: Tania Lima
Course: Interview Skills Training

The training helped remove my fears from engaging with the media

Organisation: Love Live Music
Client name: Sally Jackson-Freeman
Course: Broadcast Skills Training

The skills will help me communicate messages via radio and TV

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