TV Interviewing skills for journalists – 11 December 2018 – Glasgow

We have a limited number of free places available on our TV Interviewing skills for journalists course running in Glasgow on 11 December.  This course will help journalists to develop their existing journalistic skills for television broadcasting. Television interviewing techniques will be covered with the focus of the session on increasing the range of expertise. If you feel your self-confidence, body language and voice might let you down then this practical workshop is for you.

Programme

How to look and feel relaxed. 

How to speak at the right pace.

How to show the best of your personality. 

How to use the right vocal tone to match the content of the interview. 

How to reassure the audience that you are comfortable in front of a camera.

To book a place contact:  joanm@nuj.org.uk

 

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Get trained by the NUJ in Scotland this Autumn! Funded and Professional opportunities.

FUNDED OPPORTUNITIES

These courses are being funded by the Scottish Union Development & Learning fund and Scottish Government for members in Scotland.

Tuesday, 21 August                 New Models of Journalism (Glasgow)
Tuesday, 28 August                 GDPR Training for freelance journalists and photographers (Glasgow)
Thursday, 30 August                GDPR Training for freelance journalists and photographers (Edinburgh)
Monday, 3 September              GDPR Training for freelance journalists and photographers (Perth)
Monday, 1 October                   New Models of Journalism (Edinburgh)

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING COURSES

All courses run from 10am-5pm, at a rate of £95 per person for NUJ members and include all materials and sandwich lunch.  Non-members rate:  £120 per person

Friday, 31 August                     PR/Media Awareness
Thursday, 6 September            Filming & Editing for iDevices
Thursday, 13 September          Advanced Social Media
Friday, 14 September               Feature Writing & Pitching
Friday, 21 September               The Effective Freelance
Friday, 28 September               Scots Law for Journalists
Tuesday, 2 October                  Filming & Editing for Android’s
Friday, 5 October                     Writing for the Web
Tuesday, 9 October                  InDesign
Wednesday, 10 October           Brand me: Confidence skills for women in the media
Friday, 12 October                   The Entrepreneurial Freelance
Thursday, 18 October              Scriptwriting
Friday, 19 October                   Media Law & Ethics

View course outlines here

If you wish to book a place, please contact joanm@nuj.org.uk

Free GDPR Training for freelance Journalists and Photographers in Scotland

Data Protection and the GDPR

You may be aware that from the 25th May the GDPR has been enforced with the possibility of huge financial penalties. You may not be aware that on the 24th May the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA) was given Royal Assent.

While the GDPR sets the general rules for data protection the DPA is complementary to it and spells out many of the exemptions and exceptions, in particular for journalism.

NUJ are pleased to be able to offer free training sessions for members in Scotland to help you get to grips with this new data protection regime and its implications for journalism. It will include considerations of data sharing, consent, information security, data subject rights and issues relating to photography

The sessions will take place on the following dates:

28th August (2pm-5pm) Glasgow
30th August (2pm-5pm) Edinburgh
3rd September (2pm-5pm) Perth

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FEATURE WRITING AND PITCHING – 21 JUNE 2016 – GLASGOW

We still have places available on our Feature Writing & Pitching course running in Glasgow next week.  This course is for anyone who would benefit from understanding the principles and actions behind successful features. It covers writing with style for professional publications and includes sessions on building a story, structure, interviewing and pitching. Every aspect of writing outstanding features will be covered, from understanding your audience, publication and subject, to research, writing and interview skills.

Programme

  • Building a Feature:
  • Finding ideas and making them work
  • Structure:
  • Thinking in advance about how to shape your material
  • Interviewing:
  • Being in control of the interviewing situation
  • Pitching:
  • How to present ideas and follow them up

Course costs £95 for NUJ members and places can be booked by contacting joanm@nuj.org.uk.