Steve started his career in hospital radio in the U.K producing the evening drive show way back in 1994 . Since then, a broad and varied career has seen him gain recognition in broadcasting, including national and local BBC commissions and commercial radio productions. A few years at BBC Radio saw Steve progress to the role of producer and presenter, station manager and then broadcast trainer to stations across the world. He then moved to Africa to teach radio Broadcasting as well as presenting and producing radio programs, also a MAP-PP-SETA assessor for radio production and has written a number of broadcasting courses. Having worked over the last few years as far afield as South Africa, Swaziland, and Zambia. Steve has gained vast experience in many aspects of broadcasting. He now heads Steve Guest Production and Training working in the UK and Africa.
We believe training is the most powerful tool available to all. Training prepares individuals for advancement; it also serves as a significant retention tool by fostering greater satisfaction and confidence, as well as personal and professional growth. A significant amount of training resources already exist and we believe we can improve the quality and availability of training in the community by coordinating and allocating these resources. If you want to learn how to become a radio presenter then this is your starting point. We offer online courses and face to face courses for those who wish to get into radio presenting, production or even journalism. Designed for entry level learners with no previous radio experience and learners with some level of experience in broadcasting.