Hands-on, industry-relevant skills
In this program, you can expect to receive quality instruction from broadcasting professionals and experience hands-on training in the following areas:
- News/sports writing and reporting
- Audio production
- Sales and marketing
- Social media
- Basic videography
- Online content creation
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.