Fees: Standard £ 60 Conc £24 Full £115 * Enrol online for standard fee payers only
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Making podcasts on a range of topics: using software to create a podcast, editing audio files and uploading to a platform.
A Podcast is an increasingly popular way of communicating with an audience using the audio medium. This course is for anyone interested in learning how to make Podcasts – audio files often used for broadcasting information about yourself, shared interests or promoting your business. It is ideal for anyone wishing to improve their presentation skills for work or everyday life.
A good upper intermediate level of English and basic computing skills as well as access to a PC at home or a smart phone.
Create podcasts using software, record, edit and upload files. Structure an effective podcast to sound interesting and engaging with appropriate stress, intonation and vocabulary.
Class activities include: explanations, tasks, demonstrations, discussions, and hands-on practice.
To gain the maximum benefit, you should complete class and homework tasks each week. Students are encouraged to listen to podcasts. Computer access is available at Study Support sessions at the Macbeth Centre or at your local library.
Weekly feedback from tutor on completion of class and homework task as well as self and peer assessment to review progress.
Other IT related courses, accredited higher level English language courses or vocational courses (see college prospectus).
A pen and notebook, a file folder to store handouts and a USB key.
The class tutor is available to offer guidance and support throughout the course. Education and Training advice is also available through the on-site Information, Advice and Guidance service. Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Details are available in the ALSS prospectus or from teaching or reception staff.