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You may apply for advanced credit once you have been accepted into the program. Advanced Credit can be Transfer Credit (for completed post-secondary courses) or PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition).
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NAIT's Radio and Television programs are 2 distinct, yet interrelated full-time diploma programs. Each of these dynamic 2-year programs takes a non-traditional approach to teaching that will provide you with learning opportunities through hands-on experiences.
Undertake the typical job functions found in radio and television stations by acting as the staff for NAIT's campus radio station (NR92) and television newsroom (NAIT NewsWatch). Using industry standard digital equipment and labs, and while working in modern studios, you'll hone written, technical, communicative and production competencies.
Our instructors are highly-qualified professionals with years of industry experience and our program is well-recognized across the country. If you flip on your TV or radio at any given time, you're likely to see or hear NAIT alumni working across North America.
Employment rates reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and do not guarantee future employment opportunities.
Salaries reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and are not a guarantee of future alumni income.
In this program, you can expect to receive quality instruction from broadcasting professionals and experience hands-on training in the following areas:
In both the Radio and Television 2-year diploma programs, the academic year is comprised of two 15-week semesters.
In year 1, you'll take a common first semester with classmates from both the Radio and Television programs. You'll be exposed to a wide scope of communication skills and topics specific to the broadcast and production industries. In the second semester, you'll move into radio-focused courses and work on projects in classrooms and labs.
In term 3, you'll concentrate on advancing your technical skills by working on our NR92 radio broadcast. This hands-on training will come in handy for your final term, which will consist of a 15-week work placement. Here you'll apply what you learned, gain direct industry experience, and begin networking for entry into your career. You may be placed at a radio or television station, production studio or in one of a multitude of freelance situations.
Graduates of the Radio & Television - Radio program typically find enty-level employment in commercial radio stations, television stations, production houses and recording studios. Some graduates find challenging positions in large business organizations having their own production facilities.
You may also find work in the following positions:
The most successful students in Radio and Television are those who demonstrate a positive attitude and work ethic, enabling them to
contribute effectively in a team environment.
Our focus on group projects and industry scenarios means that students must make decisions with classmates, support the decisions of the team and respect the ideas and opinions of others. This team atmosphere creates an exciting, challenging environment for studies in Radio and Television and prepares them for the expectations of the industry work force.
Patrick Galenza, Program Chair
Linda Bethell, Program Assistant
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NAIT's Radio and Television program delivers an intensive hands-on training through a non-traditional approach that provides students with experience in all operational aspects of broadcast media.
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