In just five years, the Training Station has attracted grant awards and contracts totalling almost $2 million, working with funders and partners from the world of media and international development.

  • We provided editorial, programming, audience research and management support to several radio and television broadcasters providing news and information to audiences in Syria during the civil war.
  • We were engaged by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office to create media activities challenging gender-based violence amongst the refugee communities of Syria.
  • We created and delivered online training courses in Arabic and Persian for mid-career journalists in the Middle East on behalf of the multinational media development organisation Internews .
  • We helped to establish the first community radio stations in Georgia, run by and serving minority ethnic populations and displaced people.
  • In Nigeria we collaborated with the British Council, the Department for International Development and Ahmado Bello University to develop a postgraduate diploma in conflict-sensitive reporting.
  • We ran the media development and training aspects of the East Africa Cup, a sport-for-development event for young people from Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda.
  • We produced the launch video for International Inspiration, one of the London 2012 legacy charities which aims to transform young people’s lives through sport.
  • As pioneers in the field of online learning, we have continued to create and update online training courses in journalism and the media for clients worldwide. Our training material has been translated into Arabic, Azeri, Bengali, Bosnian-Serbian-Croatian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Farsi, Hindi, Russian, Sinhala, Somali, Tamil, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Uzbek.