What we do

Act Now offers a refreshing and different approach to your training needs. We work with the unique strengths and processes of the arts to move organisations and individuals forward. This can change behaviours and help to introduce new ideas quickly with lasting effect.

Our Approach

Our approach includes thorough research, analysis, design and delivery of user friendly, fun and accessible courses. Our bespoke training is always backed up by a full evaluation.


Wales Millennium Centre

Our training can take place at your company offices or in an appropriate creative environment. Here are some of the wonderful venues we have had the pleasure of delivering training at:
Chapter Arts Centre, Wales Millennium Centre, Penarth Pier Pavilion, Royal Northern College of Music, Urdd, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Swansea Grand Theatre, The Gate Arts Centre,St Donats Arts Centre, Wales Millennium Stadium and Reardon Smith Theatre Cardiff Museum.


Introductory Presentation Skills

Covering all aspects of delivering successful presentations, providing each participant with a platform upon which they can build, practice, and develop their own presentation style.

Intermediate Presentation Skills

A bespoke course for individuals and teams to fine tune their approach, dynamism and effectiveness when presenting both internally and externally.

Advanced Presentation Skills

Bespoke one-to-one coaching for senior managers who are keen to refine their skills and improve on their existing ability.

Customer Care Training

Whether your business is call centre led or a mixture of phone contact and face-to-face communication with customers, clients and colleagues, we can create a bespoke course for your specific needs.

Creative Team Training

There is a large scope for what we can achieve through our bespoke courses. This can include a wide variety of issues that you want to explore, develop and transform.

Media Skills Training

For individuals in high profile positions within organisations who want to develop their approach to media interactions.