Jun 13, 2018
Radio presenters (a.k.a Disk Jockey, Radio Announcer, Radio Broadcaster) are the public voice of commercial, public and community radio stations. They compile and present radio programs to the public on a range of topics and with a specific musical or topical focus that may vary according to the type of station for which they work or their particular skills or areas of interest. Their on-air presentation may focus more on a particular style of music, on interviewing and talkback, or on a specific topic like sports, cooking, current affairs or gardening.
Our Course covers the Following:
This occupation requires high levels of creative talent or personal commitment and interest. If you feel you have what it takes, come and participate in the course. My students who have completed this course are featured on Bok Radio, CCFM Radio, Bush Radio and Radio Goodhope.
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Fusi Nkoala – CCFM: “My native language is Sotho, so speaking English was difficult for me and coupled with presenting I really needed help. Barbara was very patient with me and accommodating (as I am studying and sometimes can’t attend class) she didn’t mind moving my class times around to meet my needs. She made me aware of my speech faults, pace and how when I am on radio I do the weirdest things – rebound at the end of a word. She really helped me achieve my goal of being a permanent radio presenter on CCFM. She is brilliant!”
Sisanda Nkoala – Bush Radio and Goodhope: “After completing my course I really wanted to get a slot on Goodhope, Barbara was so encouraging and inspiring and helped me each step of the way. She will go out of her way to help you reach your goals. She is very professional in all areas and it shows in her way of presenting the course material. She helped me reach my goal. Book a course with her today!”