The Radio School provides
three main Radio Presenter Training & Radio DJ Courses for making a
career in radio: Core One (level 1 to 3), designed for beginners
that have no technical or radio presentation experience: Core Two
(level 1 to 3), designed for those with limited radio experience and
who want to move on. Core Three, designed for fully and
semi-professional broadcasters wanting an advanced training course.
To book a radio broadcast training course e mail
here. All radio presenter & DJ radio courses begin at 9.45am
and finish at 3.00pm.
Radio School video as Radio Coach
Rod Lucas talks with Radio School trainee Jacqui Rushton on
the importance of being
original & preparing to go on air.
Jacqui Rushton is now presenting the new
Saturday Show on Uckfield FM Sussex, 105.FM
to earn 65 points or more in your radio course in order to pass and
gain a Radio School Certificate of Excellence. Points are awarded in all sections of
each course. In total a maximum of 100 points can be awarded.
80% and above - Pass with distinction.
Shows exceptional learning abilities and can demonstrate all basic
essential skills required. Shows great progress in what's been taught. A
mark of 80% or higher is awarded when a candidate satisfies the
requirements for a distinction, but only to an outstanding degree.
65/80% - Pass.
A good satisfactory pass, displays good radio course progress and student
is able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic issues required.
0/65% - Fail. Showing no learning
ability or real understanding of the radio presenter DJ course. Unable to demonstrate
in a practical manner any basic issues connected with the given radio
course. Failure of a course is when, after much consideration, The
Radio School examiner (Rod Lucas) believes a student doesn't have any of the
required basic skills and learning ability to move on and progress in
radio presentation and production.
Watch Michelle Leverick
talking about our Radio Presenter Training.
She came to the Radio School to learn radio and make a
career change. Michelle had never been in a radio studio
until she came to us at The Radio School. She's slick, fun
so hire her.
Michelle passed Core 1. She was able to complete a 3 day
intensive course and is all set to make a noise in radio. Press play
to watch video.
How to prepare a radio
How to use a broadcast mixing desk (self operational).
How to communicate 1 to 1 with your radio audience.
How to add original content to your programmes.
How to interview guests of all kinds.
How to deal with phone in callers to your show.
How to use digital play-out software in shows.
How to read station promos and adverts.
How to time and plan your programme content.
How to maximise your audience by what you say and how you
How to really please programme controllers.
How to talk over music and different dynamic ways of making
the sound sizzle.
How to deal with breaking news and being appropriate.
How to keep inside OFCOM rules (they're the broadcaster
How to keep it short sweet and to the point.
How to keep inside the law on what you can say and can't say.
How to programme music.
How to bring out your very own unique selling points.
How to voice track (recording a programme with no studio
equipment, just computer and mic).