Coralstone Training was founded by journalist and trainer Wendy Smith. The company’s expertise is based on a 25-year track record in media, communications and education.Wendy specialises in soft skills training for measurable results.Her clients have gone on to win awards, grow their business and enhance the way they see themselves and other people see them.
Coralstone Principal – Wendy Smith
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Wendy’s background takes in public relations, magazine and newspaper journalism along with teaching, coaching and media training. She has appeared on television and radio and written for the Guardian, FT, The Times, Telegraph,Director Magazine, The Mail on Sunday and Marketing Week.
As a trainer she has worked with leading PR consultancies, academics, charities, tech start ups and trade associations. Using her qualifications and experience in higher education, Wendy can create and deliver training programmes to cover all learning styles. She has a Masters in Communications from Brunel University and a PGCE. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is a member of the Coaching Academy and has a coaching qualification from Results coaching.
Wendy is also a visiting tutor to InnovationRCA.
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Wendy also works as a training consultant working with families of young people with what is considered challenging behaviour. She delivers parenting courses that examine communication skills to schools, local charities and support groups enabling and empowering parents and carers to effectively communicate with their children and teenagers.The desired outcome is always better communications for a better family life. Many of her parents have children presenting with Neuro Diverse conditions from Autism to ADHD.
Wendy is trained in 123 Magic for parents of children two to 12, NVR (Non Violent Resistance) training foundation level and she also uses Take 3 training techniques for teenagers. She is available for group work and individual training sessions.
Her charitable contributions take in chairing a board of governors for a special school in West London and as a non executive director of the ground breaking charity IARS International.