Cross-Canada Media Training
March 24, 2009
is the best way to get media attention.
In a strategic alliance with North America′s #1 media trainers, Allan Bonner Communications Management, Sources also offers media training courses to ensure that you are fully ready when reporters call. You can now have the same high-quality media preparation that is used by 8 heads of government, three dozen cabinet ministers, approximately 4,000 federal and provincial officials and blue chip corporations on five continents.
This spring, we are offering a series of media training sessions across Canada. Here is your chance to register for a workshop in your locality. These are the dates and places. To reserve your place, or for more information, call Allan Bonner Communications Management, , 1-877-484-1667 or 416-961-3620.
* Wednesday, April 22 - "Speaking of Writing" - presentation skills and speech writing, Toronto
* Thursday, April 23 - Crisis Management Workshop, Toronto
* Friday, April 24 - Media Training, Toronto
* Saturday, April 25 - "Speaking of Writing" - presentation skills and speech writing, Coquitlam, BC
* Sunday, April 26 - Negotiation and Dispute Resolution - The Harvard Approach, Coquitlam, BC
* Monday, April 27 - Day One Media Relations Workshop, Coquitlam, BC
* Tuesday, April 28 - Day Two* Crisis Management Workshop, Coquitlam, BC
* Thursday, April 30 - Day One Media Relations Workshop, Red Deer, AB
* Friday, May 1 - Day Two* Crisis Management Workshop, Red Deer, AB
* Saturday, May 2 - Media Training, Edmonton
* Sunday, May 3 - Crisis Management, Edmonton
* Monday, May 4 - Day One Media Relations Workshop, Winnipeg
* Tuesday, May 5 - Day Two* Crisis Management Workshop, Winnipeg
* Thursday , May 7 - Day One Media Relations Workshop, Guelph, ON
* Friday, May 8 - Day Two* Crisis Management Workshop, Guelph, ON
* Sunday, May 10 - "Speaking of Writing" - presentation skills and speech writing, Halifax
* Monday, May 11 - Day One Media Relations Workshop, Halifax
* Tuesday, May 12 - Day Two* Crisis Management Workshop, Halifax
* Wednesday, May 13 - Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, The Harvard Approach, Halifax
* Note: The prerequisite for attending Day Two Crisis Management is having already completed Media Training.
The DAILY fee $849. A discount of 10% applies when two or more individuals attend from the same company. All applicable taxes extra.
Participant will receive curriculum materials including a pocket guide, workbook, books, CDs and DVDs totaling more than $100 in value
Introducing Allan Bonner:
I work in government up to 30 days a year in Ottawa and have a state of the art training session in Toronto. I've worked for most federal and provincial ministries and about 30% of the Financial Post 500 companies, including banking, insurance, oil, chemicals and mining. My trainers spent decades in big city dailies, as assignment editors, legislative reporters and program hosts. You'll remember us from Metro Morning, As It Happens, The National News, Morningside, Radio Noon, 20/20 news and perhaps even the RKO radio networks in the US. We're just the kind of journalists you need to know how to reach. Now, we work for you. Fifty per cent of our business is in crisis management. We've recently handled mergers and acquisitions, allegations of sexual and child abuse, coroner's inquests, theft, public inquiries and allegations of same-sex sexual harassment. Our courses get you going on a proper crisis management plan. Our negotiation and dispute resolution course is based on The Harvard Method and my curriculum at Osgoode Hall Law School.
I'm running a comprehensive cross-Canada tour, beginning in April. The cost is reduced
because of underwriting by a national association. Those who pre-register will receive $100 in books, CDs and DVDs to enhance the learning experience. Please look at the schedule and curriculum. Consult my video and audio clips on my blog on www.allanbonner.com
Our business is getting your story into the media
For more than 30 years, SOURCES has provided a vital networking service connecting journalists with the sources they need – the experts and spokespersons without whom the media would have no stories to tell.For more information contact
Allan Bonner Communications Management