Two day introductory course teaching journalism writing skills
Course available one-to-one or for your group
At our training centre in Birmingham (Bromsgrove) or your venue anywhere in the UK
After-course support included
Introduction to journalism
Introduction to journalism provides a thorough grounding in basic principles, priorities and practices relating to journalism.
This course gives you a head start in the techniques and skills appropriate to working in various journalistic media. Sessions cover the writing of news stories, features and press releases, conducting interviews, proofreading, and the role of style and structure and how to improve it. It also introduces the important legal issues that journalists need to be aware of. Click here for the full course outline.
Training is provided by means of classroom teaching and practical exercises carried out under guidance.
Further information is provided below:
General course information
Who should attend?
People who are new to journalism, or are looking to pursue a career in journalism.
Anyone who has to carry out journalistic tasks or issue press releases as part of their work.
Anyone who wants a better understanding of journalism, such as press officers, editorial assistants, writers and others.
Courseware and certification
Delegates receive comprehensive courseware to refer to throughout the course, and to use as a refresher following the course. Delegates also receive a certificate confirming they have attended and successfully completed the course.
After course support
Delegates are entitled to 30 days email support from their trainer to help with any post-course issues.
When and where?
Introduction to journalism training courses are run on-demand (one-to-one or for your group), meaning they can be run on a date and at a location that suits you, which may be one of our venues in the Birmingham area or your venue anywhere in the UK.
How much does journalism training cost?
This fee is for courses based at our training centre in Bromsgrove; it is inclusive of all relevant course documentation, refreshments and a buffet lunch. Please contact us for a price for running this course at your venue, or any other options you may be considering.
Booking a course
To book an Introduction to journalism training course, please call 01527 834783 or email email@example.com.
Payment of course fees
Payment for Introduction to journalism training can be made by cheque, BACS/electronic transfer or credit/debit card. Click here for further details.
If you require accommodation, delegates attending training with Armada are entitled to discounted rates at local hotels. Click here for details.
If a company or delegate cancels an Introduction to journalism training course booking giving less than 10 working days notice, a cancellation fee is payable. Click here for details.
Syllabus for this and other Journalism courses
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