FREE RADIO TRAINING FOR WOMEN BROUGHT TO YOU BY DARLINGTON STEVE FOUNDATION

FREE RADIO TRAINING FOR WOMEN BROUGHT TO YOU BY DARLINGTON STEVE FOUNDATION

The Darlington Steve Foundation (DSF) Centre for Entrepreneurship Development & Skill Acquisition (Darlington Steve Institute) will begin its flagship project the “FREE RADIO TRAINING FOR WOMEN” on August 10th 2018 from 4pm – 7pm. With a total of 15 students admitted for the sessions in five (5) areas of skills acquisition and enterprise education, they are namely:

1. RADIO SHOW HOST
2. RADIO PRODUCING
3. NEWS READING
4. SCRIPT WRITING
5. RADIO SOCIAL MEDIA

The aim is to put power in the hands of our women to be the voice of reasoning and narrate the African story from their own point of view without causing negative implications to their respective societies or fear of living in silence.

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