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Training the trainers - radio/television and internet

Discussion in 'Nafasi za Kazi na Tenda' started by kilimasera, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. kilimasera

    kilimasera JF-Expert Member

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    Course dates: May 14 – June 22, 2012 (6 weeks)
    Media: Radio/Television and Internet
    Type of Diploma: Certificate
    RNTC application deadline: 1st August 2011
    Embassy and NFP application deadline: 1st December 2011

    Deadline non fellowship applicants: February 28, 2012

    Download the full infosheet here.

    Course Aim
    To strengthen the capacity of trainers, training organisers and educators working in or for the broadcast sector to assess training needs and design, develop and deliver effective and efficient training solutions.

    New training solutions for the broadcast sector
    Worldwide, the broadcast industry is undergoing radical change. The pace of technological innovation is breathtaking. The digitalisation of information is forging new types of media. Private broadcasting companies, local, national, regional or global, are mushrooming. Competition is increasing. Professional mobility is on the rise and new staff is employed every day. Moreover, there are a growing number of non-traditional media-professionals (e.g. from non-governmental organisations, international organisations and national ministries.)

    These changes have brought about a reassessment of the important contribution of training to the viability of broadcasting organisations. At the same time, however, the nature and pace of the changes make heavy demands on the existing training resources of broadcasting organisations. These resources are faced with a run on their services, a growing demand for a wider range of training topics, an increasingly heterogeneous client group and a clamouring for new types of training delivery. And, notwithstanding the renewed interest, budgets allocated to training are under pressure.

    In the light of these developments, trainers, training organisers and educators, working in or for the broadcasting industry in developing countries, have to review, explore and exploit traditional and new methods of organisation, design and delivery of training activities. New training solutions are needed.

    This is only a summary. Download the full infosheet here.

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    from: Training the Trainers - Radio/Television and Internet - Wavuti