Janine Lazarus Media Consultancy (JLMC) was established in 1995 by its namesake Janine Lazarus. JLMC is a dynamic communications and media training company with clients across Africa, Pakistan, Dubai, Lebanon and The United Kingdom. From small newsrooms to JSE listed companies, JLMC offers a wide range of training services, including all facets of crisis, media, presentation and communications-related training.

JLMC is committed to offering service excellence, customised programmes and valuable training. This is achieved by the company’s quality service range that meets the needs of local and international companies, personalities and public figures, newsrooms and government departments.

Janine brings more than 34 years of experience in the mainstream print and broadcast media into every programme she facilitates. She is adept at understanding the media and what companies need. With a highly motivated team of administrative staff and camera crew under the direct leadership of Janine Lazarus herself, the JLMC team has the commitment, skill and resources to meet the requirements of any customer. JLMC is a level four B-BBEE contributor.

Trekking to Train In Africa

Trekking to Train In Africa

See Janine in Action!

See Janine in Action!

Work, Work, Workshops

Work, Work, Workshops

Customised programmes on offer include

  • Media and Communications Training
  • Crisis Communications Training
  • Media Advisory and Consulting Services
  • Newsroom Training
  • Writing Skills development
  • Customer Service Training

Janine also offers one-on-one training sessions and participates in various conferences as a panellist, keynote speaker and workshop facilitator. She also is often invited to debate topical issues on radio shows.

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Media and Communications Training

  • Up-front needs analysis
  • Understanding the Media Mind
  • Communications Workshop
  • Presentation Skills Training
  • The Art of an Interview
  • Mitigating a Media Crisis
  • Polish Your Prose

How NOT to communicate clearly!

While building the finest sandcastles may be a questioningly desirable goal, it must be rather embarrassing when you’re the Swedish Minister of Education and your news broadcaster unintentionally (we hope!) makes use of the wording from a kiddies’ TV programme and inserts it right under your picture. How NOT to communicate clearly!