tv & web course outline
course info
course information

The TV & Web Presenting course aims to have you professionally ready to present to camera for TV and web environments with all the on-camera appeal producers and audiences are looking for.

This intensive course runs for 3 hours each week for 7 weeks and includes professionally filming of a piece to camera for your show reel.

The course is limited to 8 students.

Cost is $995.00 (inc GST)

week 1
audience appeal
  • Conduct great interviews and get the most from your interviewee
  • Provide the 'grab' that makes your presentation memorable
  • Improvisation and concentration skills
  • Tips on remembering lines
  • Delivering naturally to camera
  • Pieces to camera are filmed and reviewed at the end of each session
week 2
improvisation, movement & action
  • Movement, poise and how to take direction
  • Develop your own on-camera persona
  • Storytelling skills
  • Reducing nerves and building confidence
  • Concentration skills
  • Monologue presentation and development
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week 3
voice
  • Articulation, tone, projection and pitch
  • This workshop will be held at Wombat Studios located in the premises of Channel 9, students will have the opportunity to record voice-overs in a sound booth with the help of a sound engineer.
  • Learn how to mark up scripts for effective and authentic delivery
  • Voice exercises
week 4
creating your look & style.
industry insight
  • On-air presence
  • What to wear
  • Audition skills
  • Self expression
  • The role and expectations of a producer
  • Q & A with producer, Alan Hickey
week 5
professional piece to camera including makeup
  • You'll be made up for camera by a professional makeup artist, including tips and tricks of the trade
  • Filming of your piece to camera, which will be edited for your show reel
Watch student videos from the course.
week 6
review
  • Camera work is appraised and fine tuned
  • Monologue performed
  • Putting your new skills to practice
  • Compiling your show reel
  • Where to from here?
course dates for 2017
  • 6.00pm - 9.00pm Mondays
    July 24 - September 4
  • 6.00pm - 9.00pm Mondays
    October 16 - November 27
location

*a minimum number of students are required for the course to be confirmed