Broadcast Academics -
leading the voice of education

Tel 020 7469 4036

Are you a teacher, parent, pupil or university lecturer?
Based in the Gherkin, we:

  • Arrange academic forums on leadership
  • Give all the latest education news
  • Offer Heads recruitment advice and training
  • Film events and conferences
  • Hold crisis media training courses

How to get a headship

Studio debate on how to get a Headship

Leadership Behaviour and Education Forum

We have just run the 2014 Leadership Behaviour and Education Forum at Drapers' Hall, EC2 where thought leaders from schools, universities, business and the media met to debate ethics, decision-making and the value of the humanities.


What our clients think

Dr Simon Letman, HMC Director of Professional Development, 2004-2011

We hold webcasts

Listen here to the Head of The Education Faculty at Cambridge University, Professor Peter Gronn, on how to prepare for school headship. Find out more about our Leadership Forum for Teachers in September and book your ticket:


University Leaders

We showcase university leaders' research

Governors

Find out how to become a governor in our interview with Sgoss

Leadership

Professor John Kay on UK equity markets


Academic Forums

We film international business education forums

Testimonial

Adam Williams, Deputy Head, The Glasgow Academy

Brands we have worked with

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Preparing for a school headship

Broadcast Academics is running a series of school training courses at The Gherkin, City of London.

Preparing for Headship

  • How to step up to headship
  • The recruitment process
  • School governor advice
  • How to make an impact at interview

- July 10, October 16, December 2 2015
This course is for deputy/assistant heads and members of the senior leadership team.

Presentation skills

  • How to conquer nerves
  • How to structure a presentation
  • How to engage with your audience
  • How to create memorable speeches

- 10th September 2015
This course is open to all.

Handling the media

  • How to cope in a crisis
  • How journalists think and how to create the best coverage

- November 18
This course is open to all.

Each course runs between 10am and 2pm and includes lunch. Contact heather@broadcastprbusiness.com for course details and book online:

Price: £190 (includes VAT) for all courses.

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Education Events

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Our websites

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www.theleadershippresentationbusiness.com

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Telephone 020 7469 4036

Company number: 04529135

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