Journalism training courses and schools
Cert., BA, BSc, MA, MSc programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 32 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Australia.



RMIT University

Training Centre/Campus: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Phone No.: +61 3 9925 2000

Graduate Diploma in Journalism

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

You&,#146,ll present and produce live radio news for 3RRR, write for our City Journal publications and produce live-to-air TV news bulletin reports for Newsline on Channel 31.

You&,#146,ll gain the vocational skills required to work in a modern multimedia newsroom and learn the ethics and regulations of the industry.

All of our teaching staff hail from journalism backgrounds and possess tertiary qualifications. Their professional experience covers radio, television and online journalism, newspaper and magazine journalism, specialist reporting and news organisation management.

RMIT offers a variety of learning and teaching approaches including lectures, seminars, studios, workshops, presentations, group discussions and syndicate work. These are primarily in English.

You will have access to the Learning Hub and other online and digital resources through the myRMIT student portal.

Ongoing assessment throughout the seme... [Read More]


Open Universities Australia

Training Centre/Campus: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Phone No.: +61 3 8628 2500

Master of Journalism

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

The postgraduate Master of Journalism through Monash University is for people who want to enter a career in journalism, and for working journalists who want to extend their skills to specialise to new areas and explore the intellectual basis of their practice. It emphasises high level skills in research and reporting for all media - print, online, radio and video - combined with critical analysis of the role of the media in contemporary society.

The Master of Journalism offers both an entry-level qualification and a mid-career course for journalists wanting to extend their skills in a range of media technologies and formats. The course includes core units in journalism and reporting for all media, and critical analysis of the role of the media in contemporary society. Students complete either a professional project, research project or research dissertation.


School of Design, Communication & Information Technology at the University of Newcastle

Training Centre/Campus: Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: +61 2 4985 4500

Journalism

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course offers advanced study in journalism through explorations of the nexus between theory and practice. Through a variety of assigned and self-directed learning tasks, students will develop and use advanced research, interviewing and writing skills to prepare work targeted at specific audiences. Students will develop advanced problem-solving skills and a solid understanding of ethical issues pertinent to journalism.


Objectives

The course will:

1. Develop knowledge and understanding of the role of journalism in society.
2. Develop writing, communication and research skills appropriate to journalism.
3. Develop skills in critical reflection on professional practice.
4. Develop an understanding of the nexus between theoretical perspectives surrounding journalism and the daily practice of journalism.
5. Develop an understanding of ethical issues associated with issues pertaining to representation

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Television Journalism

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Through a variety of assigned tasks and self-directed learning, students will develop further their research, interviewing and writing skills. They will prepare, record and edit a number of items for the broadcast medium of television news, and for online. Students will gain a solid understanding of the ethical and legal obligations of journalism. Students intending to enrol in this course should be aware that technical proficiency in video and audio recording and editing is required as these skills are assumed knowledge and are not covered in depth during the course. Students will be directed to resources that will develop their technical skills.

In order to participate in this course, students must complete a compulsory Occupational Health and Safety requirement. Students will receive full information on this compulsory course component in the course outline provided by the school.


Objectives

At the successful completion of this cou... [Read More]

Broadcast Journalism

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Through a variety of assigned tasks and self-directed learning, students will develop and use research, interviewing and writing skills to prepare, record and edit a number of items for a variety of media. Students will develop a solid understanding of the ethical and legal obligations of journalism. Students intending to enrol in this course should be aware that technical proficiency in video and audio recording and editing is required as these skills are assumed knowledge and are not covered in depth during the course.


Objectives

In this course students will:
1. Develop a knowledge and understanding of the role of broadcast journalism in society.

2. Develop professional writing and research skills appropriate to broadcast
Journalism.

3. Develop skills in critical reflection on professional practice.

4. Develop professional communication skills as applicable to broadcast journalism.

5. De... [Read More]

Radio Journalism

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Through a variety of assigned tasks and self-directed learning, students will develop and use research, interviewing and writing skills to prepare, record and edit a number of items for radio as well as online media. Students will develop a solid understanding of the ethical and legal obligations of journalism. Students intending to enrol in this course should be aware that technical proficiency in video and audio recording is required as these skills are assumed and not covered in depth during the course.

In order to participate in this course, students must complete a compulsory Workplace Health and Safety requirement. Students will receive full information on this Compulsory Course Component in the course outline provided by the school.


Objectives

At the successful completion of this course students will have:
1. Further developed their knowledge and understanding of the role of journalism in society, in this case, specificall... [Read More]

Introduction to Journalism

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Introduces students to the professional practice of contemporary journalism through consideration of the nature and role of news and current affairs in society. Through a variety of assigned tasks, students will develop analytical, research, interviewing, production, multimedia and writing skills. Students will engage in the analysis and production of journalism with a focus on news and current affairs.


Objectives

At the successful completion of this course, students will have:
1. Developed knowledge and understanding of the role of journalism in society.

2. Developed skills pertinent to contemporary journalism.

3. Started to develop skills in critical reflection on professional practice.

4. Developed advanced communication skills.


Content

The course provides an introduction to journalism theory and practice with a focus on news and current affairs in print media.
Studen... [Read More]


Australian Film Television and Radio School

Training Centre/Campus: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: 1300 13 14 61 or +61 2 9805 6611

VIDEO JOURNALIST BOOT CAMP

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course is a 2 day intensive program, designed to give print &, radio journalists the skills of the Producer/Shooter role and the confidence &, understanding to file stories for online and broadcast outlets.

Tutors Mike Munro (60 Minutes, A Current Affair, Sunday Night) and veteran Cinematographer Gareth Tillson will lead the class, drawing on their decades of experience in print &, TV to get the students prepared for their new media challenges of the future.

Journalists to complete the course with skills to:

•Shoot quality (and watchable) video stories from a DSLR: creating stories themselves on the go
•Provide viewable footage to be edited into an online video story
•Understand the role of a producer, planning, anticipating, sequencing and honing visual storytelling techniques
•Work in front of the camera to tell a visual story ?including writing for camera, body, voice over, interviewing techniques and confidenc... [Read More]


Murdoch University

Training Centre/Campus: Perth, WA, Australia
Phone No.: +61 (08) 9360 6000

Journalism (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Enhance your communication and problem-solving skills

You will gain practical journalism skills in a real newsroom environment in our state of the art Media Arts Centre and you’ll boost your understanding of the professional journalism industry with training from our industry-recognised lecturers.

You’ll also learn about news reporting and writing and have the chance to choose from units in print and broadcast journalism.

Boost your career opportunities

This course will help you expand your career prospects in the media and creative industries.

Take your passion to a new level with postgrad study at Murdoch

Postgrad study is all about developing your passion further, a one-degree-fits-all approach just simply doesn’t work for everybody.

We’re flexible about what and how you choose to study - and we employ great academic thinkers who care about helping you along your new path.


Murdoch Institute of Technology

Training Centre/Campus: Perth, WA, Australia
Phone No.: +61 8 9360 1700

Journalism

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Introduces students to the skills of news gathering and reporting; and to a range of issues that have a bearing on the professional practice of journalism, including media law, ethics and the culture of news.


University of South Australia

Training Centre/Campus: Adelaide, SA, Australia
Phone No.: 1300 301 703

Journalism (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The postgraduate Journalism programs at UniSA have been designed to provide advanced professional journalism education for graduates wishing to pursue a career in mainstream journalism or allied fields, or those seeking to expand their academic studies in the discipline of journalism.

As these are nested programs, students completing the Graduate Certificate can articulate into the Graduate Diploma in Journalism and the Master of Arts (Journalism).

The program offers a careful balance of theory and practice and will help to develop the skills and knowledge required to:

develop a broad understanding of the academic field of journalism;
develop a knowledge of, and skills relevant to, the practice of journalism;
understand and practice the methods, techniques and principles of professional journalism.


Monash University

Training Centre/Campus: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Phone No.: +61 3 9902 6000

Journalism (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The postgraduate program in Journalism at Monash is for people who want to enter a career in journalism, and for working journalists who want to extend their skills to new areas and explore the intellectual basis of their practice. It emphasises high level skills in research and reporting for all media - print, online, radio and video - combined with critical analysis of the role of the media in contemporary society. It is an articulated program comprising the Graduate Certificate (one semester full-time), Graduate Diploma (two semesters full-time) and Master of Journalism (three semesters full-time). Monash Journalism has strong links with industry and with leading universities in journalism education nationally and internationally.

Graduates of the program can expect: to have strongly developed skills in research and reporting at the level required for entry to a professional career, and/or to have extended existing skills in new directions; to have worked in collab... [Read More]


Jschool

Training Centre/Campus: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Phone No.: + 61 7 3137 0080

Journalism (Diploma)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Jschool’s Diploma of Journalism is a unique one-year full-time course that prepares students for entry-level positions in newspapers and other news organisations.

Its focus is the development of practical skills alongside relevant theory and professional education, including law and ethics. The course provides foundation study of Australian political, social and cultural institutions, together with topics in literature and the arts. These studies are carefully integrated with applied journalism to providea well-rounded education designed to contribute to the preparation of intelligent and responsible 21st Century journalists.

The course features small classes, intensive training in news reporting & writing methods, training in technical skills (including shorthand), focused teaching from senior journalists & educators, supervised work placements on daily & weekly newspapers and a curriculum designed with extensive industry input and approval.

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Griffith University

Training Centres/Campuses: Gold Coast, Logan, Brisbane, , Australia
Phone No.: +61 7 5552 8800

Journalism and Mass Communication (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Recognised nationally and internationally, these programs attract students keen to expand careers in television/video, news and current affairs production, print, electronic journalism, and desktop and online publishing. You’ll focus on journalism practices and production, along with studies and research in journalism, photojournalism and mass communication. Elective courses allow you to pursue interests in screen and digital production with access to desktop publishing facilities and a broadcastquality multi-camera television studio. You can participate in industry work experience, broadcasts for community radio and television stations or magazine production..

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