CMTO Pathways Broadcast and Management courses are a great way to kickstart and upskill your training in media. All of our short courses have no assessment tasks, which gives you the opportunity to sample CMTO training before you decide to enrol in a nationally-recognised qualification. Attendees for each session will be awarded with a Certificate for their participation.
The CMTO’s in house training kit has been designed to assist this social learning which is already happening at your station and to make it count towards a nationally-recognised qualification in media. Download a copy.
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NEW* Station Tech for the non-technical
If you’re not “tech” inclined, this can leave you feeling in over your head. This session aims to help you find out what you don't know, and leave you knowing just enough. It covers phones, studios, transmitters, OBs, air conditioning, and a heap more. Presented in conjunction with Technorama.
NEW* Station Diversity and Inclusion
This session covers the value of diversity in creating inclusive stations and exploring your station’s policy on diversity and inclusion and how, where and when ways to raise these issues.
NEW* Grant Writing
This session covers how to prepare a funding application, key things to include and common errors. We’ll drill down into grant guidelines, how to prepare budgets and brainstorm ideas for attention-grabbing projects.
NEW* News Writing
Community radio is all about local content, it’s why people love to tune in. In this session you’ll learn some basic research, writing and presenting skills to produce news bulletins and current affairs stories all about your community.
NEW* Creating Social Media Content
Go where your listener goes and get active on social media. This session looks at how your station and program can engage with social media on different levels. From Facebook to Twitter and everything in between, learn how to make content that lives beyond the airwaves.
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