Voiceover Coaching for Beginners



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£12 inc VAT (was £45)
Offer ends 26 November 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
4 hours
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Think you’ve got a good voice for radio? Always been interested in broadcast journalism, but unsure how to get involved in the industry? This course led by BBC Trainer & Voiceover & Communications Trainer, Steve Hudson, will teach you you will learn everything you need to know to work in TV & Radio as a voiceover artist.

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You will learn the key 7 elements of broadcasting to using the voice as a musical instrument, you will explore the importance & significance of appreciating different volumes, pace, pitch and script interpretation to be successful in the field.

Build your confidence when presenting & learn how to change accents to suit the different pieces you work on. Expand your knowledge to set up your own company & learn how to acquire experience & work within the industry from an artist in the know!

Course Curriculum


Downloadable Materials
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Before Recordings

The Course

Downloadable Scripts
The Course
Lecture 3 Element 1: Starting & Ending Sentences
Lecture 4 Element 2: Create Mini Sentences
Lecture 5 Element 3: Read & Speak Slowly
Lecture 6 Element 4: Read & Speak Softly
Lecture 7 Element 5: Read and Speak with Energy and Enthusiasm
Lecture 8 Element 6: Recognise & Emphasise 'Red Flag Words'

Put it all together

Downloadable Scripts
Put it all together
Lecture 9 Element 7: Combine all the elements
Lecture 10 More scripts to practise with

After Recordings

Downloadable Materials
After Recordings
Lecture 11 After Recordings

Course Highlights

  • Over 10 lectures and 1.5 hours of interactive content!
  • Learn from an BBC voiceover expert and the ‘Hudson Voice Technique’
  • Direct access to the expert, and introductions to online casting agencies!
  • Enjoy recording yourself to monitor progress and send in to your expert
  • Learn from the man who lost out for the role of ‘James Bond’ to Roger Moore
  • Prepare your all important demo CD

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Who is this course for?

  • Aspiring voiceover artists!
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Students in Media/Journalism/Broadcasting
  • Actors
  • Anyone with an interest in radio!


There are no prerequisites for this course

Career path

This course could lead to a career in radio, broadcasting or journalism beckons.


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