Leading-edge journalism and communications training acrossAfrica
We offer a selection of 80 short courses in the following competence areas:
Research and Data
Writing: Content and Editing
Management and Strategy
Regulatory and Legal
THE IAJ OFFERS QUALIFICATIONS AND ACCREDITED SKILLS PROGRAMMES
Radio Station Management (157 credits)
Broadcast Engineering (120 credits)
Radio Production (159 credits)
Journalism (120 credits)
THE IAJ OFFERS THE SHORT COURSES AT STANDARD, ADVANCED AND EXECUTIVE COACHING AND TRAINING LEVELS FROM ONE TO FIVE DAYS’ DURATION
The IAJ offers a full spectrum of innovative, hands-on, practical skills-training short courses of 1 to 5 day duration across all media platforms:
THE IAJ IS A PREMIERE MEDIA TRAINING SERVICE PROVIDER
We Service the following markets:
NGOs and Civil Society
WE STRIVE TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE AND QUALITY IN EVERYTHING WE DO
The IAJ has been accredited to provide skills programmes and has up to 208 unit standards (modules) which it can combine to deliver accredited credit-bearing skills programmes
The IAJ has grown with new expertise in French and Portuguese to address training requests from the African continent.
Our trainees occupy leading positions in the media and communications industry today
Our training facilitators are proven experts in their respective fields.
About the IAJ
The Institute for the Advancement of Journalism is an established journalism and communications training institute based in Johannesburg. The IAJ is a strong brand with a reputable board and tried and tested facilitators and strong partnerships.
We provide standard, advanced and executive training and coaching across all media platforms for journalists and communicators in all spheres of the media. We service the training needs of media houses, government departments, corporations and state-owned entities, trade unions, community media, NGOs and civil society.
The IAJ offers a full spectrum of innovative, hands-on, practical skills-training short courses of 1 to 5 day duration across all media platforms – print, on-line, broadcast and social media.
inform, educate and empower citizens.
The IAJ offers over 80 short courses in the following competencies and knowledge areas:
- Research and Data
- Writing: Content and Editing
- Technical Production
- Specialisations (like election reporting, navigating the courts and public sector accounts and budgets)
- Management and Strategy
- Regulatory and Legal
It also offers the following four accredited Higher Certificate (NQF Level 5) programmes which are certificated and credit-bearing:
- Radio Station Management (157 credits)
- Broadcast Engineering (120 credits)
- Radio Production (159 credits)
- Journalism (120 credits)
The IAJ has been accredited to provide skills programmes and has up to 208 unit standards (modules) which it can combine to deliver accredited credit-bearing skills programmes. This arrangement enables prospective clients to choose accredited programmes as is relevant to their immediate or select training needs.
During its 25 years of operation, the IAJ trained over 10,000 media and communication professionals in SA and across the African continent. This work involved the IAJ servicing the training needs of approximately 1,500 organisations and individuals.
Many of the journalists and communicators trained now occupy leading positions in the media and communications industry today. Through our training we uphold the highest standards of professional codes of conduct and journalism ethics.
IAJ training facilitators are proven experts in their respective fields and the IAJ has grown with new expertise in French and Portuguese to address training requests from the African continent.
The IAJ would like to see journalism advanced through credible skills, debates, insights, perspectives and critical thinking that are appropriate to where SA and the continent are at the moment.
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