The purpose of this qualification is to equip learners for the world of work in radio broadcasting. The course prepares you for roles in research, operation of studio equipment, producing all formats from features to music shows, scriptwriting, interview techniques and a host of vital radio roles. Above all it provides access to formal qualification.
- The following learning is assumed to be in place before enrolling
- Language and Communication competence at NQF 4
- Mathematical Literacy at NQF 4
- Computer Literacy at NQF 1
- Planning and Conducting Research
- Recording Sound
What is the class schedule?
Classes are scheduled 5 days per week (Full Time), and 2 days per week (Part Time), Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday.
10 hours per week will be spent completing hands-on PRACTICAL projects.
In addition to the regular class schedule, seminars are scheduled. Many RADIO and RADIO INDUSTRY related topics are featured. KFT invites RADIO CELEBRITIES and or industry professionals from all aspects of the RADIO industry to participate and share their knowledge. Educational and training videos are also used.
What are the learning outcomes?
• Operating within legislative frameworks within radio sector
• Building a resource network for radio production
- Generating and pitching ideas for broadcast
- Writing scripts for radio
- Producing “live” and “studio recorded” programs
- Operating studio and field recording and production equipment
- Editing and multi track mixing
- Presenting radio shows
- Interview guests, panels and content providers