The core subjects that need to be completed if you are intending to complete the full Certificate in Foundation Journalism qualification.
This unit looks at the sources of information and how to ensure what you are told and what you read is valid and accurate.
This unit explains some of the “tricks of the trade” for telling stories and helps guide you through the potential minefield of legal regulation and any codes of conduct.
This unit looks at the alternatives to shorthand and advises on techniques which can be quickly learned and mastered.
What is libel? How can I be affected by contempt of court? The unit also considers the role of regulators in the media landscape.
This unit is designed for those who wish to improve their English skills to ensure they have the word power to be able to communicate clearly in writing and speech.
This unit will help give your writing the maximum impact.
This unit shows you how to improve your writing with a digital audience in mind.
This unit looks specifically at how to write newsletters for internal communication and press releases for a wider audience.
This unit guides you with developing ideas and thoughts so you can write compelling features that will attract an audience.
This unit helps you unravel the mysteries of how the country is run and which council does what.
This unit introduces you to audio techniques and has pointers about how you can make audio recordings that will have impact and resonate with an audience.
This unit will point the way for you to obtain successful photographs from a number of settings and give you confidence when out and about.
This unit introduces you to data journalism, where to find information, how to deal with it once you have found it and, most importantly, points the way to using data to tell eye-catching stories.
This unit deals with the fundamentals of some major sports through to the tips and techniques of reporting from the touchline, the grandstand or the pits.
This unit will give you the building blocks needed to structure reviews and comment articles so they are relevant, readable and legally safe.
This unit is tells the remarkable story of how newspapers gained enormous power, the birth of broadcasting and the BBC, the television era and how digital publishing is re-shaping the media scene.
The unit covers the sources of news, contacts and interviewing. It will be an invaluable unit to study for those who love broadcasting and want to give their coverage a more professional air.
This foundation level unit takes you through the first steps of making a video that will tell a story.
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