Radio is relatively easy to do – but difficult to do well. It’s the simplest, most exciting medium – easy to learn but difficult to execute.

Become a good radio broadcaster and career opportunities will open up for you – in radio, TV and online.

In fact, develop the skills of radio and you’ll develop communication and presentation skills that will enable you to succeed in any industry.

It was in recognition of these skills that the National Broadcasting School was set up. We wanted to develop the talent that would help drive the radio industry forward, enabling it to raise standards and develop new opportunities.

That’s why we chose to base our teaching on the practical, vocational skills that enable people to make an immediate impact in the workplace. Our radio and media courses are extremely intensive but they’re also designed to teach creative thinking and problem solving techniques, so that our students are able to apply the practical training they receive once they are in the hectic world of work.

We teach the radio skills that are relevant today, and those that will be relevant tomorrow. Our courses reflect the huge changes in the way radio is made and delivered. We deal in contemporary content and distribution. Our courses are at the cutting edge of radio practice.

The NBS is recognised and respected throughout the UK radio industry for its high-quality training in radio presentation and news. It also delivers to the media industry both basic and high-end training in skills such as marketing, promotions, sales, and management.

The School was founded in 2003, and is based at Radio City 96.7 in Liverpool.

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