Part Time | Cityvarsity Programme
Short Programmes upgrade skills and knowledge to ensure success in a chosen field of learning, but are not credit bearing and not registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).
With the expansion of local and national radio and the development of the independent sector, there is a need for a new breed of professionals with the skills and proficiency to work in various aspects of the medium. This course offers a diverse variety of the skills set needed by job-seekers in the radio landscape today.
R 4 500,00 – *Excluding Registration of R1000
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Introduction to the course and a breakdown/overview of radio.
Hard sell, soft sell, news radio, advertising and character work.
Interview techniques and procedures.
Basic anatomy as it applies to the functioning of the human voice, and principles and techniques for good voice production.
Vocal warm-ups, body work & breathing, and connecting the sound with the breath.
Creating resonance, freeing the voice, articulation & muscularity.
Applying voice work to text, focusing for performance and rehearsal.
Writing for radio.
PROFESSIONAL SHORT LEARNING
THE ACADEMIC ADVISING CENTRE (AAC
Our short learning programmes ensure students leave with new skills and fresh perspectives. It’s the ideal choice of study to challenge yourself and accelerate your career. We provide the academic support to match your determination and passion. You’ll be assigned your own Academic Adviser, who is ready and waiting to guide and assist you throughout your learning experience.
Our Academic Advisers are there to answer questions, solve issues and provide further clarification on any aspects of the short learning programme. As a service offered as part of the short learning programme, you can request a chat via email with the AAC. They’ll return your call and provide the programme assistance you need.