Fast track to a career in Journalism
Do you want to report live events as they happen? If you are interested in writing and telling the recent events that are happening around the world, then Journalism might just be the path you want to follow. How to get started? By enrolling into this course.
Journalism is a form of writing that tells people about things that really happened, but that they might not have known about already Journalists write and assemble together news stories that will interest their audience. By gathering together a number of different sources and ensuring that all the arguments are represented, they keep their audience abreast of events in their world. Getting your creative writing in full flow, journalism can encompass everything from hard-edged investigative reporting for national newspapers and television channels to more subdued article-writing for trade journals and the consumer press.
Put your writing skills to good use and have a career in journalism with the help of this course. Write captivating headlines and become a renowned journalist.
Why Should You Choose Journalism Diploma Level 3
- Internationally recognised accredited qualification
- 1 year accessibility to the course
- Free e-Certificate
- Instant certificate validation facility
- Properly curated course with comprehensive syllabus
- Full-time tutor support on working days (Monday – Friday)
- Efficient exam system, assessment and instant results
- Access to the course content on mobile, tablet or desktop from anywhere anytime
- Eligible for **Student ID** card which gives you 1000’s of discounts from biggest companies.
This course opens a new door for you to enter the relevant job market and also gives you the opportunity to acquire extensive knowledge along with required skills to become successful in no time. You will be able to stand out in the crowd after completing this course. You will also be able to add our qualifications to your Resume and make yourself worthy in the competitive job industry.
Who is this course for?
There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students of all academic backgrounds.
Is this course accredited?
Yes, this course is accredited by CiQ and CPD Qualification Standards.
If I take the course, how will I be assessed?
Once you complete all the lessons/units, you are required to sit an exam which is multiple-choice. Pass mark is 60%.
Does this course include exams?
Yes, this course includes exams.
How can I achieve my certificate?
Once you successfully pass your exam you can obtain your certificate of achievement either in PDF or hard copy format, or both, for an additional fee. Certificates are also available as e-certificates.
Is there any charge for certification?
Yes, there is an additional charge for the certification service. Certificates are £4 each for PDFs and £8 each for hard copies. If both PDF and hard copy certificates are ordered at the same time, the cost is £10. E-certificates are available from your learning portal completely free of charge.
Can anyone validate my certificate through your website?
Yes, there is a unique code issued for every certificate and anyone can validate your certificate by using this code through our website.
Are there any prerequisites for the course?
There are no prerequisites for this course and it is open to everyone.
How long until I receive the course confirmation details?
Once you purchase a course your account will be set up within 48 hours and you will receive an email with your account details.
For how long do I have access to the course?
You will have access to the course for one year following purchase.
What support do you offer?
We provide 24 hours live chat support and our customer service team is available during working hours to answer your phone calls.
|What is news?||01:00:00|
|What is a journalist?||01:00:00|
|The shape of the news story||00:15:00|
|Writing the intro in simple steps||01:00:00|
|Writing the intro, the golden rules||00:30:00|
|Writing the news story in simple steps||01:00:00|
|Writing the news story – clear writing||00:30:00|
|Watch your interviewee’s body language.||00:15:00|
|Working with Sources||00:15:00|
|Glossary of Broadcast News Teams||00:15:00|
|Law, Ethics And Responsibility||00:15:00|
|Operating Standards for News and Public Affairs||00:15:00|
|What is the Media?||00:15:00|
|What Makes News?||00:30:00|
|Plan your Approach||01:00:00|
|Adhere to Deadlines||00:30:00|
|Social Media and Journalism|
|Definition of Social Media||00:15:00|
|Communication flow within journalism||00:15:00|
|The impact of social media on journalism||00:30:00|
|Becoming a Journalist|
|What Is A Journalist?||01:00:00|
|What Type Of Degree Do I Need?||00:30:00|
|How To Get Started Writing Before Graduation||01:00:00|
|The Rules Of Journalism||01:00:00|
|Building A Portfolio||00:30:00|
|What Is Style?||01:00:00|
|What Does A Copy Editor Do?||01:00:00|
|Additional Degrees To Consider||01:00:00|
|Online Journalism – The Way Of The Future||01:00:00|
|What To Expect On Your First Job||00:30:00|
|Women in Journalism|
|The Secret Significance of Journalism||01:00:00|
|Imperfections of the Existing Woman−Journalist||01:00:00|
|The Roads towards Journalism||01:00:00|
|The Outside Contributor||01:00:00|
|The Search for Copy||01:00:00|
|The Art of Corresponding with an Editor||00:30:00|
|Notes on the Leading Types of Papers||00:30:00|
|Woman’s Sphere in Journalism||01:00:00|
|Recommended Reading: Journalism Diploma Level 3||00:00:00|
|Mock Exam – Journalism Diploma Level 3||00:20:00|
|Final Exam – Journalism Diploma Level 3||00:20:00|