Hugh Lewin was Head of Print at the Institute for the Advancement of Journalism when he was seconded to the TRC in 1995.After the TRC, IAJ appointed Hugh as the Executive Director (1998 – 2001).
Our deepest sympathy at this most challenging time .May fond memories of your relationship with Hugh bring you comfort during this time of bereavement.
IAJ Board and Staff send condolences to Fiona and the rest of the family.
100’s of Courses
We have a range of courses,
including free online courses,
across a media ,communication and technology
The purpose of the qualification is to build the knowledge and skills required by learners in End User Computing. It is intended to empower learners to acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes and values required to operate confidently in the End User Computing environment in the South African community and to respond to the challenges of the economic environment.
|The purpose of this unit standard is for learners to be able to gather interactive media elements for inclusion in designs or stand alone elements inline with given specification usually in the form of a brief. Learners generally work in the Interactive Media industry as digital designers either for companies or establishing their own business. Competence to design for Interactive Media is desired in the media field, thereby meeting the needs of industry whilst simultaneously empowering the learne|
Managing a broadcast radio station involves dozens of complex tasks. The general manager of a medium or large market station has to oversee all the departments and keep track of everything from the station budget to Federal Communication Commission regulations. … Ensure that radio station employees follow procedures.
An exciting and fast-paced career, journalism is a great fit for recent grads who are interested in current events and passionate about storytelling. If you’re considering a career as a journalist, then you’re probably wondering how to get started. For example, is there anything you can do to hone your writing skills and get employers to notice you? Absolutely!
We at the IAJ are experienced in providing Multimedia Training courses for a number of large corporate associations. Gazette Media Company, Media24 and the Press Association and have all benefited from our bespoke training.
If you wish to speak to us about putting together a training plan for your business or individual within your organisation please get in touch. We currently offer three training options; a beginners course, an advanced course which includes Actionscript and a bespoke training option. Each of the options is detailed below.