Courses overview

Comedy on radio and TV is an essential part of every network’s schedule. This course guarantees you'll always be funny. Even if you're not!

The Broadcast Comedy course for comedy writers, directors, producers and commissioning editors gives you the understanding of how comedy works. So that you can produce hit comedy over and over again. You'll be trained by BBC Comedy producers and during the course there will be a large-scale comedy event full of workshops and masterclasses.

The Broadcast Management course provides senior managers in media organisations with the tools to improve their own performance and to get the best out of their staff. In two weeks, you will be able to draw on a rich programme of theory, best practices, shared experience, working visits and management assignments to help you cope with the dynamics of a rapidly changing media world.

Whether you make a magazine programme with factual content, or reports and documentaries, or discussion and interview programmes, or if you want to develop new exciting formats for your factual content, this course will boost the impact and creativity of producing factual stories. Making true stories and information exciting and increasing your ratings – this course shows you how. The focus of this course will be on sexual and reproductive health issues.

Women’s magazine programmes need variety and impact. This course teaches story, format, creativity, learning/persuasion techniques and theories, to make a difference for audiences and produce exciting, ever-changing programmes.

Media campaigns must steal the tools of advertising and other professions, and tell inspiring moving stories, if they are to be noticed, remembered and have an impact. This course covers everything you need to make campaigns with impact.

Are you a mid-career journalist working in broadcast news and current affairs? If so, RNTC’s flagship Broadcast Journalism course could be just what you’re looking for to make the next step in your professional career. This is the second module of our 12-week Broadcast Journalism course and can be attended in its own right. This module concentrates fully on multimedia productions.

If you’re a journalist working for broadcast, print or online media, you need to know all there is about the fast developing field of Online Journalism! This two week course will teach you how to find and check information online, how to adapt and enrich your work for online publication, and how to use social media to increase its reach and impact.

This online course turns reporters into artists. Instead of peddling information, you will learn to craft well researched stories with impact using formats that take audiences on remarkable journeys of discovery and insight.

Learn how to develop and deliver dynamic short courses that train media professionals how to produce original programmes in all media.  Including radio, TV, film, print and online/multimedia/cross media. 

In this two week course experienced NGO staff will explore how to use and work with media effectively, increasing impact and awareness. The rich theoretical and practical content enables you to tell better stories, in many formats and get them into the media. Also, through hands-on experience you’ll learn how to create audio and video content yourself.

Video Jourmalism is more about story than operating a camera. This course breaks the journalist’s habit of delivering too much dry information, enabling you to use many formats to tell powerful stories, all filmed and edited by yourself.