MIC gets it, you’d love to give podcasts a go yourself, but don’t have a clue where to start. Perhaps you just need reassurance that you’ve got your bits and bobs in the right place. Or maybe you’re afraid of sounding daft!
Our big thing is that we want to make podcasting easy for you to do. So we make sure that our podcast training is jargon-free and suitable for absolute beginners and technophobes. Our training is tailored for all ages and groups – our trainees have included secondary school kids, up to folk over 75 years old!
MIC makes all this audio malarkey dead easy to understand and most importantly, do!
We deliver podcast training that fits your objectives, learning outcomes and what you want to get out of it. See below for how we do it. 👇
Our flagship podcast training. We cover everything you need to know to start a podcast – from getting your idea nailed, what kit you need, to how to get it out there on all the big podcast platforms. Includes all the bits below.
Before you can even think about starting a podcast you need to get your head around exactly what a podcast is. We can show you where to look for them and find one you love. All you need is a computer, smart phone or tablet and an internet connection.
Or as we like to call it ‘Getting Good At Conversation’. We take you through the whole interview process, from booking guests to asking great questions. We help you to shape your interview style so that you get rich content and stories for your production.
One of the biggest reasons people switch a podcast off is that it sounds rubbish. Poor quality audio is off-putting and people will not return once they’ve left! We want to help you get great audio. We show you what equipment to use and how to use it well!
We show you how to use digital audio workspaces (the posh name for editing software) to edit the awesome content that you’ve recorded. This includes technical know-how (how to use editing software) and editorial technique (what to cut, keep and move).
“We wanted to give our group of over 50’s community reporters a voice through podcasting. So we got MIC Media in to do podcast training. But that’s just taken us to a level that we didn’t expect to get. As well as our own podcast made by the group, we’ve got an older reporter now sharing his audio editing skills with our student interns. It’s such a success story.
We would recommend MIC Media to any organisation that is looking to enter the world of podcasting.
Upskill yourself, team, members or beneficiaries and help them to share their stories.
We don’t just teach podcasting you know?