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Journalism

15-Courses' Bundle Training, Accredited by IAO | Advanced Audiovisual Lessons with Tutor Support


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Offer ends 02 December 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
89 hours
Access to content
12 months
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

In this challenging period, if you want to gain a solid understanding of Journalism and fast track your dream career, then take a step in the right direction with this industry-standard, comprehensive Journalism bundle designed by expert instructors.

This Journalism bundle package includes:

  1. Journalism: Journalism
  2. Journalism: Newspaper Journalism & Report Writing
  3. Journalism: PR: Public Relation
  4. Journalism: International relations (IR)
  5. Journalism: Writing a Research Paper in Law and Humanities
  6. Journalism: Criminal Law
  7. Journalism: Criminal Intelligence Analyst
  8. Journalism: Creative Writing Complete Course
  9. Journalism: English: Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar
  10. Journalism: Proofreading & Copyediting
  11. Journalism: Decision Making and Critical Thinking
  12. Journalism: Blogging
  13. Journalism: Effective Communication Skills
  14. Journalism: Self Confidence & Self Esteem
  15. Journalism: Public Speaking

Dedicated tutor support and 24/7 customer support are available to all students with this premium quality Journalism bundle. Get the help you require and the answers to all your queries throughout the comprehensive syllabus of this Journalism bundle.

This premium online course titled Journalism ensures your professional development with IAO accreditation. You’ll have the privilege of learning in your own time, at your own pace and earning an accredited certification.

This Journalism bundle is developed by industry experts and is packed with several insightful modules to properly understand Journalism and allow you to accelerate your career.

Why People Love And Enrol The Journalism bundle From One Education

  • Eligibility for IAO-accredited certificates on successful completion of each of the courses in this Journalism bundle
  • Learning materials of our Journalism bundle contains engaging voiceover and visual elements for your comfort
  • Freedom to study at your own pace
  • 24/7 access to the Journalism bundle materials for 12 months
  • Full Tutor support on weekdays (Monday – Friday)

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Description

This Journalism online training bundle has been designed by industry experts and will give you an in-depth understanding of this topic. The Journalism bundle features easy-to-digest modules that break down each topic and ensure all our students receive an unrivalled and thorough learning experience.

If you want to work in this rapidly growing sector and stand out from the competition, then our Journalism bundle is the perfect place to kickstart your dream career.

On the Journalism bundle, we guarantee that you will gain relevant skills and acquire tremendous knowledge on the subject. The certificate you’ll achieve after completing the Journalism bundle will help you land the job you want in a related field.

Enjoy a pleasant and professional 100% online learning experience and enrol in our Journalism today and take control of your career!

Curriculum

***Journalism***

Journalism: Module 01
Introduction and Principles of Journalism

  • Journalism: Introduction to Journalism
  • Journalism: Forms of Journalism
  • Journalism: Influences on journalism
  • Journalism: Principles of Journalism
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 02
History and Development of Journalism

  • Journalism: The Print Medium
  • Journalism: The Broadcast Medium
  • Journalism: Journalism on the Internet
  • Journalism: Common Threads in The History of UK Journalism
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 03
Interviewing

  • Journalism: Introduction to Interviewing
  • Journalism: The Interviewer’s Skill
  • Journalism: Different Types of Interview
  • Journalism: Setting Up the Interview
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 04
Newspaper Journalism

  • Journalism: Introduction to Newspaper Journalism
  • Journalism: Interviewing
  • Journalism: Copy Presentation
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 05
News Writing, Production and Reporting

  • Journalism: News Writing
  • Journalism: News Production
  • Journalism: News Reporting
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 06
Television Journalism

  • Journalism: Introduction to Television Journalism
  • Journalism: Interviewing
  • Journalism: Short Features
  • Journalism: Scripting A Television News Bulletin
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 07
Radio Journalism

  • Journalism: The Structure of UK radio
  • Journalism: Writing for Radio
  • Journalism: News Reading/Presenting
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 08
Media Regulatory Bodies

  • Journalism: The Press Complaints Commission (PCC)
  • Journalism: The Radio Authority (RA)
  • Journalism: The Independent Television Commission (ITC)
  • Journalism: The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
  • Journalism: The Broadcasting Standards Commission (BSC)
  • Journalism: The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)
  • Journalism: The Mechanical Copyright Protection Society (MCPS)
  • Journalism: The Performing Right Society (PRS)
  • Journalism: Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL)
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 09
Writing Skills for Journalists

  • Journalism: Getting Down to It
  • Journalism: Writing News
  • Journalism: Writing Features
  • Journalism: Writing Reviews
  • Journalism: Glossary of Terms Used in Journalism
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 10
Journalism law

  • Journalism: Introduction and Background
  • Journalism: Types of Law
  • Journalism: Structure of the Courts
  • Journalism: Contempt of Court
  • Journalism: Reporting Restrictions in Legal Cases
  • Journalism: Election law
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 11
Defamation

  • Journalism: What Is Defamation
  • Journalism: Defamation Act 2013
  • Journalism: Defences
  • Journalism: Defamation and Human Rights
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 12
Journalism Ethics

  • Journalism: What Are Ethics?
  • Journalism: What Makes a Good Journalist?
  • Journalism: Copyright
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 13
Health and Safety for Journalists

  • Journalism: Introduction to Health and Safety
  • Journalism: Health and Safety at Work
  • Journalism: The Main Elements of Health and Safety Law
  • Journalism: Reporting in Hostile Environments
  • Journalism: Reporting Sports Events
  • Journalism: Working As a Freelance
  • Journalism: A Summary of Additional Regulations
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 14
Niche Journalism

  • Journalism: What Is Niche Journalism?
  • Journalism: Importance of Niche Journalism
  • Journalism: Introduction to Sports Journalism
  • Journalism: Broadcasting, Sports Journalism and Entertainment
  • Journalism: Travel Journalism
  • Journalism: Fashion Journalism
  • Journalism: Writing Fashion News and Features
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 15
Tips on Writing a Good Feature Story

  • Journalism: What Is Feature Writing?
  • Journalism: Different Types of Features
  • Journalism: Key Skills of a Feature Writer
  • Journalism: How to Get Quotes
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 16
Online and Freelance Journalism

  • Journalism: Introduction to Online Journalism
  • Journalism: Dos and Don’ts of Online Journalism
  • Journalism: Freelance Journalism: An Introduction
  • Journalism: Top Ten Tips for Freelance Journalism
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism: Module 17
Becoming a Journalist

  • Journalism: Career in Journalism
  • Journalism: Training for Newspaper Journalism
  • Journalism: Training for Magazine Journalism
  • Journalism: Training for Broadcast Journalism
  • Journalism: Additional Training Providers and Associations
  • Journalism: Summary

Method of Assessment for Journalism Bundle

Students will have to take automated multiple-choice exams for the following courses.

  • Journalism- PR: Public Relation
  • Journalism- Criminal Intelligence Analyst
  • Journalism- English: Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar

The exams will be online and you will need to score 60% or above in order to pass. After successfully passing each exam, you will be able to apply for your IAO-accredited certificate.

Certificate of Achievement for Journalism Bundle

Endorsed Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme

After successfully completing the following courses under the Journalism bundle, learners will be able to order endorsed certificates as proof of their achievement:

  • Journalism (within the UK: £129, International: £139)
  • Newspaper Journalism & Report Writing (within the UK: £109, International: £119)
  • PR: Public Relation (within the UK: £89, International: £99)
  • International relations (IR) (within the UK: £89, International: £99)
  • Writing a Research Paper in Law and Humanities (within the UK: £79, International: £89)
  • Criminal Intelligence Analyst (within the UK: £109, International: £119)
  • Creative Writing Complete Course (within the UK: £129, International: £139)
  • Proofreading & Copyediting (within the UK: £109, International: £119)

Hardcopy of these certificates of achievement endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme can be ordered and received straight to your home by post, by paying the certificate prices mentioned besides the respective course’s name.

IAO Accredited Certification from One Education

Once you have finished the Journalism bundle, you will be eligible to apply for IAO-accredited certificates for each of the courses inside this bundle as proof of your new skills and your continued professional development. Certification is available in both PDF & hardcopy format, which can be received by paying —

  • PDF Certificate: £9
  • Hardcopy Certificate (within the UK): £15
  • Hardcopy Certificate (international): £15 + £10 (postal charge) = £25

Who is this course for?

The Journalism bundle is ideal for highly motivated individuals who want to enhance their professional skills and train for the job they want! This Journalism bundle also suits people aspiring for some in-depth knowledge on this topic and keep up to date with the latest information.

Study the Journalism bundle today and increase your professional skillset from the comfort of your home!

Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for the Journalism bundle, with enrollment open to anyone! Anyone and everyone with a knack for learning can enrol on this course without any hesitation.

Learn online from any internet device, including your computer, tablet or smartphone. Study when it suits you and complete the Journalism bundle at your own pace.

All students must have a passion for learning and literacy and be over the age of 16.

Career path

Studying the Journalism bundle is designed to help you get the job of your dreams, or even that promotion you’ve always wanted. Learn the essential skills and knowledge you need to exceed in your professional life with the help & guidance from our Journalism bundle.

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