Podcasting is about communications.

It’s about hearing and seeing shows you like, when you like, and for podcasters it’s about getting your voice heard and your own story out there.

The attraction of podcasting is that you can create content which people can receive easily and automatically. Whether you want to enjoy or make podcasts, the more you know about podcasting the more you’ll get out of it.


Interested in learning how to make your own podcast? Join us on our 2018 workshop dates in Windmill Lane Studios:

*March 4th SOLD OUT 

Here at Podcasting Ireland, we can provide a full range of podcast training. Whether you’re a complete beginner or have experience in podcasting already, we have something for you.

Our beginner courses are aimed at those fresh to podcasting and designed for people who want to learn the basics of online content, audio and video podcasting, and become familiar with the terms, technology and potential power of podcasts.

Our intermediate and advanced courses are ideal for people who have some skills but want to learn more about editing, packaging, online support and profile and to extend their audio podcasting skills to video. Broken down into both creative and technical elements, these courses will give you practical skills and tools which can be put to use immediately.

We run workshops regularly and can organise bespoke workshops for corporate teams or groups seeking to improve their communication skills. Our own award-winning output spans a wide spectrum of audio-led content, and we’re passionate about sharing our experience and technical expertise.

Podcasting 101 covers:
1 – What’s a podcast? How effective is podcasting as a communications tool?
2 – Your basis starter podcasting kit – the tools you may need and where you can source them.
3 – How to find and tell audio stories.
4 – Basic recording techniques and recording interviews.
5 – Basic editing software and what you can use.
6 – Releasing your podcast – using online platforms like Soundcloud and Audioboom.
7 – Using visual content and images with your podcast.
8 – Legal and copyright issues. A content creator’s checklist.
9 – Monitoring and measuring your podcast.

Our Podcasting 101 workshops are limited to a maximum of 12-15 people and take place in Windmill Lane Recording Studios. For further information on our podcasting services, training or when the next course takes place contact us at +353 1 4372395 or our UK Tel: 0044-161-8787019.

> What our clients say:
‘I thoroughly enjoyed the day. The studio setting in Windmill Lane was perfect. The course brought together a very friendly, creative group of people, with different levels of skill and experience. Teaching was well paced and easy to follow for someone like myself with very rudimentary technical skills. I learned exactly what I needed to begin producing my own podcasts and I was introduced to a range of equipment to get me started.’
Dr. Tony Bates, Psychologist (Podcasting 101 Workshop)
‘I would highly recommend the ‘Podcasting 101 Workshop’ to anyone with an interest in creating and producing high quality podcasts. The training and resources received were excellent, and having the opportunity to share information and ideas with participants from a wide variety of professional backgrounds really enriched the experience. Thanks to Helen, John and Pearse for running a very professional and inspiring workshop!’
Stephanie Ford, IRC Postgraduate Scholar, Dept. of Music, Maynooth University (Podcasting 101 Workshop)
‘Brilliant workshop, practical and great value for money.’
Niamh Farren, Communications in the NGO sector (Podcasting 101 Workshop)
‘A concise introduction to social media and plenty of information to follow up on.’
Tara Buckley, RGDATA (Social Media for Business Workshop)
‘It highlighted to all of us how essential it is to keep up with modern media trends.’
Jonathan Drennan, Journalist (Podcasting 101 Workshop)
‘I found the course well structured, responsive and informative. It was very useful for thinking through an approach to using social media and to identifying the most useful tools to use’
Niall Crowley – Claiming our Future (Social Media for Business Workshop)
‘The course really brought home to me the importance of social media and the need to master them.’
Carol Coulter – The Irish Times (Social Media for Business Workshop)
‘Very informative, well presented, good general overview as well as tailored advice to our specific twitter account.’
Aine Walsh – FLAC (Twitter Business Workshop)
‘I found the Twitter Business Workshop to be very useful for anyone that wants to improve their theoretical and practical grasp of digital media and I would have no problem in recommending it to clients.’
Peter Berry – Q4PR (Twitter Business Workshop)