What they said...

what they said
'Many thanks for making the long trek north. The sessions went down really well with excellent feedback from the trainees who found both presentations engaging and very useful.'
Paul Jones, Head of Foundation Course Training, Press Association Newcastle
 
'We’re still using what we learned on a daily basis.'
Alan Kay, Deputy Night Editor, The Times
 
'My students loved it – our HE administrator was there and she said it was brilliant.'
Mark Benattar, Course leader, Fast-track NCTJ Journalism Diploma, Cornwall College
 
'Everyone I asked said it was a fantastic lecture.  It would be great to do it all again next year, or, if that’s not possible for you to produce a training video/ educational package so every student could get the same in future.'
Paula O’Shea, Director, Journalist Works
 
'Coming from a non-science background, this has made me think more about becoming more aware of maths and science.'
Student at the Brighton Journalist Works college
 
'Great session, really enjoyable and informative.  All based on the practicality of science and journalism in the real world.'
Student at the Newcastle PA Training Centre
 
'I attended the course you ran at PPA on Monday and found it enjoyable and very useful.'
Gary Bell, Senior editor, Specialist journals, RCN Publishing
 
'I found the session extremely useful.'
Jane Dixon, Editor, Dairy Markets
 
'I was lucky enough last week to go to a guest lecture called ‘Playing With Numbers’, about data manipulation in the press. Given by Dr. Sam Mugfold and Professor David Spiegelhalter, the lecture was both entertaining and interesting – I learnt a lot.'
Sarah Morgan, student at Brighton Journalist Works
 

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