I don't know how you expect me to work under these conditions... seriously... TAP WATER!
Do you know who I am?!
That's it! I can't handle this anymore... I'll be in my trailer
|Not the face!|
Well, to be honest it wasn't even me getting the media training. As part of the preperations for the World Scout Jamboree, we sent 2 unit members to Kettering to be trained by the UK Contingent media team on how to be spokes people for the Scout Association.
They got to learn about the media; how to prepare to be interviewed, for newspapers, radio and television. They even got to have a go and see what they look like on telly and how they sound on the radio.
They also got taught about the Scout Associations branding and how it is used to try to actively promote the Scouts, and what they should do to make sure that any media coverage that they are involved in is 'on brand'.
What they were doing sounded like it would be rather fun and interesting, I was to go along and get a briefing on what they were doing and how we could support them. I also got to get a couple of details about the Jamboree! WOO HOO for new knowledge.
Can you tell that I am getting more and more excited about Sweden?
NOTE: image is from the film Anchorman and all rights belong to those people... not me, obviously