Monday, 29 August 2011

[creative-radio] RNTC Broadcast Radio Courses - Training the Trainers and Broadcast Management

RNTC, a centre for media, development and education based in the
Netherlands, is offering two courses which broadcasters might find
interesting. Deadline for both courses is September 15, 2011. Some
fellowships to cover costs are available. Click on the relevant link below
for more details.

*Broadcast Management.* The course will focus on the knowledge, skills and
attitudes needed by managers in broadcast journalism and programming. This
includes attention to leadership and management styles best suited to
working with journalistic and creative programme staff.

Course dates: May 28-June 8, 2012.

*Training the Trainers.* The course will focus on the knowledge, skills and
attitudes a trainer needs to organize, design and develop effective and
efficient training solutions for their organisation, focusing on the
broadcasting sector.
Course dates: May 14 – June 22, 2012.

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