Tweakel & Gaiety run course in radio presentation

Tweakel Radio Training and The Gaiety School of Acting are running a course in radio presentation, kicking off in mid-April, and are holding a “try for free” day first so that potential participants can get a feel for the course before signing up.

After the success of the course last year, Tweakel say they’re delighted to be bringing the course back this year. The 10 week course starts on the 15th of April, but the “try for free” day takes place on the 8th of April, allowing those interested to see the studio where the course takes place, meet the course creator, and see for themselves  how a working, audio production studio operates!

Tweakel, who are a sister company to Tinpot Productions, provide audio production training programmes for Students, Colleges and Industry alike. With 12 years experience in audio production on all platforms, Tinpot Productions have worked with some of the biggest Broadcasters and Brands in Ireland and abroad, including national broadcasters RTE and BBC Radio as well as companies ranging from Laya Healthcare to Micks Garage.

The Radio Presentation course is designed to bridge the gap between Student and Industry, ensuring the student is fully equipped for the practicalities of working in a commercial radio station as opposed to just learning about them.

This is done through having Industry professionals on the course such as Newstalk’s Johnathan Healy, Today FM’s Colm O’Sullivan and RTÉ 2FM’s Ruth Scott, who will be providing the expert industry insight, combined with learning the practical skills needed from Tweakel and Tinpot Productions founder Daryl Moorhouse.

One student will win a 1-month long internship with national station Newstalk 106-108.

The course is accessible for anyone with a basic knowledge and a genuine interest in Radio and is designed to offer a comprehensive understanding of the Radio Broadcasting Industry. More information can be found at tweakel.com or via the Gaiety School web site.



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