Introduction to Radio Course
To give participants a clear understanding of how local radio operates, how programmes are made, and the various career opportunities available in this sector.
Time, Venue & Location:
A two day introductory course run from 10am to 5pm, at South East Radio, Custom House Quay, Wexford on:
Course 1: Wed 16th & Thurs 17th April 2014
Course 2: Wed 23rd & Thurs 24th April 2014
- Learn the basics to operate the latest digital studio
- Digital editing
- Using the latest portable digital recording devices
- Learn the best techniques to conduct a radio interview
- Expert voice training and presentation skills will be given to each person
- Each participant will produce a radio piece of their choice which can be used as a demo CD
- Meet & Greet award winning radio presenters
Each participant will learn the process of how to create an engaging radio piece with each person producing and presenting an individual radio segment of their choice.
All participants will learn how to research, script, present and produce their radio segment over the course of the two days.
The two day course will cost €185 per participant, and will include all training notes, a demo CD at the end of the course, light refreshments throughout the course (tea/coffee/water) and a light lunch at South East Radio on both days. ** Special dietary requirements will be catered for if we are informed prior to the start of the course
The training panel who will deliver the course include Liam Dwyer – General Manager, Michael Sinnott – Programme Controller and News Editor, Alan Corcoran – Presenter & Producer, and Tony Scott – Presenter & Music Manager. All Trainers have been Garda vetted and approved.
How to apply:
All applicants must be at least 16 years old, and be in Transition Year or above.
Fill in the required details below.
If you experience any difficulty in submitting this form on line please email details directly to Michael Sinnott: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 053 9145200.