Join the CMTO Summer of Learning!
We’ve just launched three self-paced online courses to help you hone your skills in preparation for a big 2021.
You can choose from these three courses or if you’re super keen, do them all!
- Media Law for Broadcasters
- Health and Safety at your Station
- Creating Radio Content Remotely
Created by the Community Media Training Organisation’s expert team of trainers and assessors these online self-paced courses are easy to access and fun to complete.
The CMTO is offering FREE access to all three courses for a limited time only.
- Create an account on our online learning portal
- Choose your course
- Enter your free code- CMTOSUMMER
- Complete the course within 90 days of enrolment
- Download your certificate of completion
Click on each course below to enrol now:
This online course covers all the key areas of knowledge for an on-air broadcaster including codes and broadcast legislation, common law, defamation, privacy, copyright and the Racial Discrimination Act. This 4-hour course is practical and includes real-world examples and quizzes to help test your knowledge.
This online course is a basic introduction to workplace health and safety regulation for on-air broadcasters andstation volunteers and staff. A great induction module, it covers all the bases, including understanding the Duty of Care Principle, Identifying potential hazards, how to manage workplace health and safety risks, policies and procedures at your station and the effects of bullying. This 4-hour course is practical and includes real-world examples and quizzes to help test your knowledge.
This online course is a deep dive into creating content for radio without being in the studio. This 3-hour course is important for content makers, as it provides helpful tips and practical exercises to create polished and professional sounding programs in a remote setting.
As the CCR course provides alternatives to create content outside of a studio, we hope this course helps content makers in having practical solutions to create their show if their station is inaccessible.
CMTO Pathways courses do not lead to an NRT AQF certification.