One-day group training course in presenting for television
Includes to-camera work, link script writing, and auto cues
Runs seven days a week from 10am to 5pm
Career advice and guidance from experienced presenters
Takes place at Pinewood Studios
The Fine Print
Validity: Expires 9 October 2013. Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Redemption: Booking required online. Courses subject to availability and demand. 48-hour cancellation policy. Further information: New clients only. Must be 18 or older. Valid at Pinewood Studios, Pinewood Road, Iver Heath, Bucks, SL0 0NH. Lunch not provided; bring packed-lunch. Maximum 12 people per group. Original value verified 5 June 2013 at 12.25pm. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Directors and presenters pass on their wealth of knowledge at The TV Training Academy, where students can learn the art of keeping their cool when the cameras start to roll with a one-day taster course.
Groupon finds out more about The TV Training Academy's courses and what students can learn in one day.
What does the academy do? The team has been training people to become TV presenters for over a decade. Courses are headed up by television director, producer and presenter Brian Naylor, who lectures at Goldsmiths University. They offer one-day taster, two-day and five-day courses along with a showreel production service with an aim to turn aspirations into realities.
What can customers expect from the one-day presenting course? Running from 10am to 5pm, the day-course teaches students how to become a TV presenter, with training and guidance in key areas from link script writing to reading an autocue and location filming. Coaching and direction is offered courtesy of directors and presenters with a fountain of knowledge.
Where can customers go from there? The academy has a proven track-record of helping students reach their goals, and will offer career advice and guidance to help each and every student on their way.
Still to be widely reviewed, the Television Training Academy currently boasts over 1800 Likes in the frame on Facebook.