Vocal Training for Radio
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).
*Course start dates and tuition fees are subject to change.
With the expansion of local, national and community radio and the growth of the independent sector, there is a demand to train a new breed of professionals who have the ability to work in various aspects of media and communication. Correct training is vital to secure work opportunities in this sector, which is provided in this course.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The course provides practical training to students seeking to learn how to produce and present a radio show. If you have no previous experience and want to become a radio DJ then this course provides a great foundation from which to build your career. You do not need radio experience or a media related degree but you do need to be genuinely excited by radio.
- Strong, natural elements of performance.
- Individuals to enter the training with an open mind and no inhibitions.
- Proficiency in English.
- Any voice related careers including acting for camera and stage
- Radio Work
- Creative writers
- Hard sell, soft sell, news, adverts, character work
- A breakdown of radio
- Conducting Interviews
- Assessing personal growth and voice development
- Understanding basic anatomy regarding the functioning of the human voice
- Understand the principles and exercises involved for good voice production
- Application of techniques learnt
- Vocal warm-ups
- Body Work
- Connecting the sound with the breath
- Creating resonance and freeing the voice
- Articulation/ Muscularity
- Applying voice work to text
- Addressing specific problems/ needs
- Focussing for performance or rehearsal
- Writing for Radio
On successful completion of the programme, the learner will receive the CityVarsity Certificate of Proficiency in Vocal Training for Radio.