School Workshop Resources



We are always keen to hear from enthusiastic and engaging candidates with a natural flair for presentation, experience working with young people and ideally from a teaching, training or performance background.

As a Talk The Talk trainer you are the spark that inspires young people in our workshops, challenging them to step outside of their comfort zones and guiding them on the journey to do so. You will model outstanding oracy and through the effective delivery of our workshops empower young people from all backgrounds to become confident communicators for life.

We deliver our workshops across England and Wales during school term time and within the hours of a normal school day. Our trainers start early and can often, but not always, travel up to two hours or more to get to a school for the start of the day, some may choose to overnight if travelling from further afield or delivering over consecutive dates.


Talk The Talk is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. The trainer role involves contact and regulated activity with children. As such, all trainers are required to have, or be willing to attain, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check before commencing with us.

Next steps

Please send your CV and/or a one page profile detailing your relevant experience to Please clearly demonstrate your experience working with young people in education, coaching or training settings.

Please also indicate your location in England or Wales, whether you have access to a car and if you currently hold an enhanced DBS check.

We are particularly keen to hear from applicants in the following areas:

  • Shropshire/Wrexham/Chester area that can work in North and Mid Wales as well as the North West and Midlands
  • Bedfordshire/Hertfordshire/Milton Keynes who can work in the Midlands, Thames Valley and London

Many thanks – Talk The Talk