Journalism Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Cert., BA, BSc, MA, MSc




Total 558 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Computational Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Howard University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Washington DC, United States

Students focus on data-driven reporting and obtaining, manipulating and analyzing electronic information for journalism projects. The class is designed for collaboration between journalism, computer science, information systems and engineering students.

Journalism and Public Affairs (Master Degree)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: American University School of Communication
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Washington DC, United States
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We are the storytellers for the digital age in the media capital of the world. Washington, D.C., is our lab. The nation’s thought-leaders are our sources. Our technology evolves with the times.

The School of Communication has offered public affairs journalism for more than 30 years, today’s M.A. prepares students for contemporary careers as news and information professionals. After rigorous study in the basic values of journalism ?law, ethics, accuracy, verification, accountability ?our students leave SOC able to report and produce across multiple platforms, including online, broadcast, print, and mobile.

The intensive 11-month M.A. program begins with a three-week summer Boot Camp for Journalists. During the fall and spring semesters, students hone digital storytelling skills and sharpen their critical thinking skills. Classes involve writing, editing, production, scholarly research, communication theory, law, and ethics. Students create a portfolio of professional work and a capstone course pulls the entire program together.

Journalism (Master Degree)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Georgetown University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Washington DC, United States
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The Master of Professional Studies in Journalism program at Georgetown immerses students in the real world of twenty-first century media. Our faculty includes professional journalists from leading print, broadcast, and digital media, as well as literary agents, authors, documentary filmmakers, and new media entrepreneurs.

Journalists have never before encountered so many opportunities. Traditional print and broadcast media outlets now incorporate many interactive media tools such as blogs, podcasts, RSS feeds, and Twitter. Today, a journalist needs to be an adaptable communicator, able to transition fluidly from one medium to the next. Whether you are new to the journalism world or need to update your skills, our Master of Professional Studies in Journalism program will give you a competitive edge in this challenging market.

Sports Journalism (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Centennial College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Toronto, Canada
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Sports Journalism is a unique post-graduate program preparing you for a career in the ever-changing world of sports media. From covering local athletes up to professionals, you’ll develop specialized talents in sports writing (print, TV, Radio, online), broadcast (producing, on-air performance, chase and field producing, radio hosting, updates), online (using editorial publishing tools, blogging) and social media (Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, etc.) as you tell the stories behind the games, the players and the fans.



You’ll learn best practices for sports journalism in a diverse and gender inclusive environment with others as dedicated to and as passionate about sports as you.



You will have an opportunity to participate in our annual trip to baseball’s spring training where you’ll have an early chance to learn skills and develop confidence.



You’ll complement your in-class training with an Industry Field Placement in a sports media organization in Canada or around the world.

Journalism (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Centennial College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Toronto, Canada
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Program Highlights
•Gain hands-on, real-world experience with genuine, award-winning community media: the East York Observer newspaper, the Scarborough Observer magazine, the Toronto Observer news website and online radio &, television newscasts.
•You’ll experience one-on-one interaction with faculty in an ultra-modern, professional newsroom
•Access to other publishing, broadcast and internet facilities at The Centre for Creative Communications campus

Centennial College’s three-year Journalism program is designed for high school graduates. It will prepare you for a new career by taking you from the classroom to the newsroom.

From covering breaking news to exploring human interest stories, journalists report events, interview the newsmakers and examine the issues of our times. Journalism is an exciting and fast-paced career focused on interesting people, places and things.

In this program you will:

•Apply your newsroom skills to an award-winning community newspaper, a magazine, a news website and radio-television news. This experience will make you versatile and prepared for the workplace as soon as you g... [Read More]

Video Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Georgetown University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Washington DC, United States
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This course is designed to give the student the ability to communicate in the Video Age--whether for television or the web. We call it storytelling to emphasize the communication of ideas, rather than simply the technical knowledge of shooting and editing video.

Students will begin by learning how shots work together, how to write compelling scripts, and how to use audio for best effect. Then students will work with professional camera equipment to develop shooting, lighting, and audio skills. The class will also have hands-on instruction in editing techniques using Final Cut Pro. By the end of the course, students should be comfortable in the video storytelling process--from the flash of an idea, to the finished product on the screen, in the field, and in the studio.

Students who entered the MPS Journalism program in Summer 2010 and thereafter must complete this class and receive a grade of solid &,quot,B&,quot, (3.00) or higher in order to graduate.

Sports Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Centennial College School of Continuing Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Toronto, Canada
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So, you want to be a sportswriter? Centennial College&,#146,s School of Continuing Education gives journalism students and professionals an opportunity to see how the world of sports media works, and how to produce the basic building block of all sports sections - the Canadian Press-style Game Over. Featuring a number of guest speakers from the world of sports media, and an opportunity to use your skills in a hands-on way. This course is taught by Malcolm Kelly, 19 years as a sports journalist and a best-selling sports author.

Arts & Entertainment Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Centennial College School of Continuing Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Toronto, Canada
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This course is for people who live and breathe music and the arts, and who want to learn the skills to convey that passion. By the end of the course, you will have an understanding of the types of pieces written by an arts journalist, including CD, theatre and concert reviews, columns, features and profiles. You will gain an appreciation of the challenges faced by arts journalists and how to overcome them, and will be able to write witty, well-organized features and reviews.

Journalism and Mass Communication

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: The George Washington University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Washington DC, United States
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Study news and public affairs with respected scholars and award-winning journalists in the world’s most newsworthy city. Learn and experience digital, broadcast and print reporting. The School of Media and Public Affairs, part of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, provides a strong foundation to meet the challenges of a changing global media landscape. It helps students understand the media’s impact on the way we live, govern and connect. Admission is through a competitive process.

Through classes, hands-on work in our state-of-the-art production facilities and internships across D.C., students prepare for the challenges of journalism and digital media.

JOURNALISM

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Marianopolis College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Montreal, Canada
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This course is an introduction to the world of the journalist and
its special requirements. Part of understanding this world
includes an intelligent evaluation of journalistic practices and
their effects upon society. The content ranges from the straight
news story formula and editorial writing to feature writing and
interviewing strategies. Montreal journalists are invited to the
class to share their experience as reporters and editors.

Journalism (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Holland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Charlottetown, Canada
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The newspaper business and a growing number of related fields place a premium on clear, concise, accurate writing based on the timely collection of information. The Journalism program emphasizes these skills while recognizing the importance of new technology and the growing use of broadcast reporting techniques on websites.

Learners use state-of-the-art equipment and software to produce their work. They are introduced to the basics of print and broadcast news gathering and presentation, including feature photography. Using readily available community resources, they learn the craft of news gathering, from interviewing to covering meetings and demonstrations. Journalism students participate in two on the job internships, one each year, and should budget for this expense. Each internship lasts four weeks. Sites may be located off-Island, resulting in possible additional travel and accommodation costs.

Broadcast Journalism (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Nova Scotia Community College Waterfront Campus
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dartmouth, Canada
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The Broadcast Journalism concentration is a 2nd year option of the Radio &, Television Arts diploma program.

Do you like talking to people? Are you curious about what is going on in the world and like the idea of telling people about events both near and far? Broadcast Journalism could be the area of specialization for you. With a focus on writing, reporting, and reading the news for both radio and television, you are active in the community ?interviewing people, recording the sound and shooting the visuals, as well as writing and presenting the stories on the air. In your senior project you create a documentary about social issues and engage the community to develop real life stories.

Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Seattle University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Seattle, United States
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Journalism is a professionally oriented major that prepares you for careers in the mass media, most especially in journalistic media, whether traditional ?print or broadcast ?or part of the newer online world, where storytelling is conducted via audio, visual and networking means as well as through text. You take a core of media writing and reporting classes that emphasize preparation for the variety of journalistic media. Graduates go on to jobs with online publications, newspapers, television stations, newspapers, and documentary makers.

Media, Film and Journalism Studies (Master Degree)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Denver
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
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The department of media, film and journalism studies&,#146, graduate programs offer a broad-based understanding of the role and operation of the mass media in contemporary society as well as the creation of stories and messages for distribution through various channels.

Students may choose from three specialized programs:
MA in media, film and journalism studies, student-designed emphasis
MA in media, film and journalism studies, video production emphasis
MS in strategic communication

Students may also choose various dual-degree program combinations including:
MS in strategic communication/MA video production emphasis
MA in media, film and journalism studies/JD (with the Sturm College of Law)

Our programs provide a unique curriculum focusing on the social, economic, cultural, legal and public policy implications of the mass media and allow students to specialize in particular areas to prepare them for careers in media research, public relations, journalism, video and television production, filmmaking, media criticism, media management and media regulation and policy. Some MA and MS graduates also seek more advan... [Read More]

Broadcast & Video Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Denver
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States

Students in this course learn and practice the techniques used by broadcast journalists as they write, shoot and edit news packages for television. Laboratory fee required.

Communications & Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Nova Scotia Community College Truro Campus
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Truro, Canada
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This course is intended to enrich a student&,#146,s command of written and oral usage of the English language. Emphasis will be placed on grammatical structure and development. Students shall be expected to demonstrate a keen interest improving communication skills. Participants shall also have the opportunity to examine the importance and relevance of the media. Special attention will be paid to newspapers in the 21st Century.

Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Johnson C. Smith University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Charlotte, United States
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You’ll begin with an introduction to mass communication and how organizations in the print, broadcast and online industries speak to their target audiences. Guest speakers and field trips to communications organizations will give you a behind-the-scenes look at how different forms of communication are presented to the public.

The ability to speak with various audiences is the key to a successful career. In our program, you’ll learn how to effectively communicate to the various groups you’ll encounter on the job. Equally as important is the ability to understand audio/video production and design. You’ll receive hands-on practice with both in classes that teach you how to use the right equipment to tell a good story.

Whether you prefer to express your creativity through your writing or with video and sound, your education in the communication arts program will give you the maximum exposure to the communication industry with the knowledge and skills to move across careers in various industries.

Digital Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Dalhousie University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Canada
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This is a core course in web reporting and production. It gives students an understanding of web technologies and content that works effectively online. The primary assignment is to build and develop a beat website that each student will keep until the end of the fall term. This beat will represent a rigorous journalistic examination of a topic using various forms of digital storytelling. The course focus is on using text and images to build engaging forms of interactive content.

Photojournalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Dalhousie University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Canada
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This course will explore visual perception as applied to photojournalism. Students will be taught to “see?photos and explore ideas visually, especially as applied to the essence of news photography. Students will also examine the beginnings of news photography and modern developments in the business. Students must have their own digital cameras to take this course.

Online Journalism

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Dalhousie University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Canada
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The internet is a fast-changing medium. This creates opportunities for innovation as well as challenges for finding the best and most appropriate ways to deliver information. This class will look at the evolution of the internet as a journalistic medium and explore ways of using it to tell news stories and present journalism-rich content.

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