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I'd been a print and online journalist for about 10 years when I started this course, but I had no idea how to produce a video or audio report. Now I can create multimedia reports from pre- to post-production, thanks to CMP. Broadcast tutor Andy Carter gave some great tips and feedback, and he was so supportive. CMP principal Cleland Thom was also a fantastic support throughout. His legal knowledge in particular was immensely helpful. Without his support, I do not believe I would have had politically sensitive stories published and broadcast. Among them is this one on a Qatar fire case, which formed part of my coursework: http://bit.ly/2sXNHbB
Throughout my time with the College of Media and publishing, I received a lot of support and guidance. Whenever I encountered an issue, I always received a timely and prompt response from a member of staff. The flexibility of the course is excellent for those who also work, and I never felt under pressure. I would recommend this educational provider to everybody, especially to those wishing to go into sports journalism. The topics covered are extremely relevant to the reality of sports journalism and I have personally used what I have learnt in my own job.
I spent several months exploring proofreading courses in the US and the UK. I drew up a shortlist of three providers and sent specific inquiries to each. I chose the College of Media & Publishing because: they were quick to respond, their course was comprehensive, there were no lengthy delays for marked assignments, and there were numerous reviews about their fast and fantastic tutorial support. I began the course in February and completed it in early April. The course material was thorough, challenging and informative. The assignments used real world examples and by the time I completed the course, I felt confident I had the skills necessary to pursue my goal of setting up a freelance proofreading business. The personal support and encouragement I received was first-class, and I would highly recommend this course.
I wanted to learn more about proofreading, as my role at work now includes proofing documents before sending them out to customers. This course exceeded my expectations and I really enjoyed it. I like how this course is self-paced, it’s meant I have been able to juggle this between finishing my degree and working full time. My assignments were marked quickly with constructive feedback and I was able to use this to improve my assignments going forwards. I haven’t enjoyed a course as much as this one for a long time! Tutor support was great and I always received a response very quickly. I did email my tutor a few times and he was very helpful! The course content was engaging and the assignment were challenging and appropriate. I learnt a lot of valuable information about style guides! Having 10 years of IT experience and falling into a content development role, learning about style guides has been a hugely valuable experience.
I took this course recently and have found it to be extremely useful and has helped to gain a firm footing and provided lots of knowledge to go forward in journalism. The teaching is well paced and easy to go along with. I have had a recent story I produced in 6 national papers and even the BBC contacted me last week to interview. All in all a great course if your wa ring to get into freelance journalism. Highly recommended.
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