It doesn’t feel like thirteen weeks since we started the Autumn course, but our students have now graduated, ready to start their new careers as qualified broadcast journalists. They’ve come a long way in a short space of time, and we’re proud to see the work they’ve done. They’ve reported on crime, local regeneration and panto, and they’ve broadcast from the...
Our newest cohort of students has started at the Radio City tower, and they’re already quite at home in the studios.
From L to R, that’s Viv Busgeeth, Joel Richards, Matt Jones, Wayne Wright and senior skills tutor Tim Brady. We’ll keep you updated, because we expect great things from them!
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It’s less than a month until our September course begins. We’ve put together the highlights of our last course, to give our new students something to beat. Featuring NBS graduates Chris Golds, Chris Hemmings, Nick Howard, Sophia McDonald and Jonathan Powell.
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Chris Hemmings graduated from the National Broadcasting School’s Diploma in Radio Journalism in June 2013. He tells us how he came to the course, and what it has meant for his career so far.
Having worked as a casual Broadcast Assistant with BBC Sport for 6 months, I was advised to go and get myself a journalism qualification as previously I had had no formal journalistic training. In order...
The last thirteen weeks have flown by for us and our newest group of radio journalists have now graduated. They’ve now received their BJTC certificates and left the station, ready to start their careers.
Over the last three months they’ve tackled animal cruelty, soldier redundancies, and Yellow Duckmarines. They’ve broadcast in high winds on the banks of the Mersey and from inside...
I just wanted to update you to say that I was offered a permanent job to be a reporter at Viking FM today!
My freelance work with them has been amazing and it is a credit to the National Broadcasting School that I was able to make such a good impression that they have kept me on!
I just wanted to thank you for everything you taught me during the course, I honestly believe that everything I learned...
Our next BJTC-accredited Radio Journalism course has been confirmed for the 2nd September 2013 Radio City in Liverpool. The new course will be led by NBS Course Director, Liam Fogarty, and NBS multi media coach Tim Brady.
It’s full time but it’s only 13 weeks – saving you three years of your life and thousands of pounds in fees.
Help us to keep up our success rate of over 80% of students...
The NBS is one of the premier radio trainers in the United Kingdom. We like to think we produce the best radio graduates in the country: the future of radio, if you like. Take a look at our courses for more details.