noSWeat journalism training centre, established in central London, run by journalists for journalists, Stephen Ward, success, national newspapers, local newspapers, part-time journalism courses, multi-media diploma, broadcasting, video journalism for on line, video journalism, on-line journalism
Brave New World Prepare to enter the Brave New World of Video Journalism for On-Line where print meets broadcasting and journalism powers into the 21st Century! Inaugurated in 1999 noSWeat journalism training, based in central London, has put hundreds of print journalists on the path to success. Now, working with the Broadcast Journalism Training Council, it has launched it's own diploma course aimed at taking trainees into one of the fastest growing sectors of the journalism industry - video for on-line. PG Dip Its PG Dip in Video Journalism for On-Line Full Time and Part-Time includes: News Reporting - News Reading - Presenting - Scripting - Addressing the Camera - Documentary Making - Filming and Film Editing - Voice Training - Make-up for the camera - Up-to-Date journalistic ethics - Work Experience on newspapers, on-line publishers and broadcasters. Reputation noSWeat's reputation in journalism training is second-to-none with past trainees working on national newspapers, magazines and in broadcasting.
Visitors to the centre have included Snow, Rusbridger, Toynbee, Clifford, Falconer, May and Duncan Smith. Click the Facebook logo below for snaps of our renowned course visits which include the Old Bailey; The High Court; St Bride's Church, Fleet Street and the UK Parliament in London. High-flyer One high-flyer recently visited the European Parliament, NATO and S.H.A.P.E.
in Brussels at the invitation of the Chartered Institute of Journalists; which all noSWeat students are exclusively invited to join free-of-charge.