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Training Course



Radio Fremantle's Training Course is a fun and focused hands-on introduction to the design and presentation of a live-to-air radio program covering style, voice, scripting, interviewing, studio operation, communication principles and broadcasting law and ethics.

          • WHEN: T.B.A.

          • CLASS TIMES: Sunday, 10am - 3pm.

          • WHERE: Murdoch University Radio Studios, South Street, Murdoch

          • COST: $330.00 (including GST.)



Certificate of Completion

Radio Fremantle, in conjunction with Murdoch University, offers this comprehensive Radio Training Course once a year. The course is conducted over four consecutive Sunday mornings. The lectures will run from 10am to 3pm and will be held at Murdoch University. Successful graduates receive a Certificate of Completion at the conclusion of the course.

All the announcers you hear on Radio Fremantle are required to meet a certain level of competence and confidence before they are considered for a program. To ensure this level is met, prospective announcers must complete the Radio Training Course.

Once this has been completed, you can apply to present a programme, bearing in mind that available slots are occupied quickly. Offering a programme with emphasis on the local community would be an advantage.

It is important to note that the enrolment fee must be fully paid in advance prior to securing a place in the course.  No late applications will be accepted.

How To Enrol

You can send an email with the subject line "Training Course" to Include your name and contact details and we will get back to you to finalise your enrolment and arrange payment of your fees. Alternatively contact Radio Fremantle on (08) 9494 2100 during office hours.

Note: Occasionally, talented individuals with many years of broadcasting experience ask to join the station. If you are in this category you may be exempt from the course. However you will still be required to be assessed by the stations' training officers.

Course Outline

  • Community Radio in Australia
  • Studio Operation
  • Voice and Program Presentation
  • Writing For Radio
  • Radio Interviewing
  • Ethics and Law for Broadcasters

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