ONLINE Script Writing Course ONLY £12
- Tutor is available to students
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement. This should help validate their learning experience and skill, and can be used as a resume builder.
This course consists of several modules, each of which is self-contained. This ensures that students can easily get the information they need when they need it.
Students can completely access the course using a PC/laptop. Our learning management system (LMS) is 24/7, the LMS itself is accessible online and operational everyday at any time, students have the freedom to tailor their study time around their existing schedules.
Estimated duration of completion for this course is 30 hours. Such number of hours may be cut shorter or may take longer depending on the students’ pace of learning and ability to take in information. Also, students’ may choose to study the modules over several sessions or complete the entire course in one sitting.
One year full access will be given to students who intend to take the course. The students can then define the pace at which they will complete all modules within the above mentioned period.
– Develop or fine-tune your knowledge and skills to achieve career progression
– Gain background in your chosen career
– Improve promotional opportunities or transition to a new profession
– Enable you to achieve personal enrichment
– Help build your CV
– Show your commitment to lifelong learning
Pull your readers into the reality of your script. Whether it’s for work, an activity with others or for personal expression, after taking this course, you’ll learn all the basic skills to get you started in your career as a professional scriptwriter. You will also understand the process of writing screenplays and the different elements that should be presented. Through this course, you can discover the presentation techniques that you can use to express correct timing for the readers of your script to visualize it as you do.
In this script writing course, you’ll be provided with the scriptwriting skills needed for today’s television, radio, film and stage market, along with practical knowledge and insights in the industry.
Graduates of this course can become writers for both online and offline publications.
Course completion varies from one student or another. The students’ learning needs are addressed by the flexibility in which this course can be completed. They may choose to proceed at a slow or fast pace, depending on the rate of understanding of the subjects, or how intensive one wishes to study a topic. There is no limit to the time to complete this course.
What you will receive:
• Essential practical skills and business techniques about journalism
• Interactive online training
• Full access to learning modules on traditional and new media journalism, law, and career-building skills
-Introduction to Script Writing
-The Role of a Script Writer
-What Makes a Good Screen Story?
-Structure to Script Writing
-Importance of Lead Characters
-Your Lead Character(s)
-Script Writing for Television
-Watch and Read…A Lot
-Pick a Genre, Any Genre
-Outline Your Plot
-Develop Your Characters
-Write Like the Wind
-Script Writing for Radio
-Talks and Documentaries
-Before The Interview
-Script Writing for Film
-What is a Film Script?
-Endings and Beginnings
This course does not work on Tablets and Mobile Phones.
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