CMG Media Training Centre is opened for admissions from 15 August to 15 September 2019
In its quest to groom and produce quality journalists who aspire to excellence in Ghana, media giant, Class Media Group (CMG) has set up the CMG Media Training Centre (CMTC) to nurture dynamic radio and tv broadcasters, reporters, presenters, as well as disc jockeys, camera handling and video editing, for the industry.
The CMG Media Training Centre has experienced media practitioners who are poised to provide students with relevant cutting-edge media education that balances theory and practice.
The Centre offers trainees practical internship programmes after they are done with their theoretical studies.
CMG’s ultra-modern radio and television studios and other media facilities across the country will be available to the trainees immediately they enrol. The curriculum is designed to help them become astute journalists who will help shape society.
The programme of instruction covers Radio Programme Hosting, TV News Hosting, TV Programme Hosting, Camera Handling, Video Editing, Sports Presenting and Hosting, Radio Disc Jockeying and Sound Engineering.
The CMG Media Training Centre is opened for admissions from 15 August to 15 September 2019.
Locate CMG Media Training Institute at Labone, 3rd Dade Walk off the Kweku Baako street, Accra.
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