Would you like to be a Parents Voice media spokesperson?

Whenever possible the members of Parents Voice are the media spokespeople. You get the opportunity to be a public voice on food and activity issues and add your own experiences to news stories.

What does media training involve?

We run half-day media training sessions, depending on demand. These informal sessions introduce you to the media industry, explain how Parents Voice and journalists work together, and provide you with interview tips and practice role-plays.

What do media trained members do?

Sometimes we may ask you to be the spokesperson for a media release, or respond to a current issue in the news. We liaise between you and the journalist, make sure you are comfortable with the topic and have our key messages and background information on hand.

We never expect you to arrange interviews or talk to journalists 'out of the blue'.

Contact Parents Voice with your name, address and contact details if you're interested in media training and becoming a spokesperson for Parents Voice.