Darlington Steve Foundation Introduces a Radio Presenting & Business in Radio Programme.

This programme is FREE, however, there is a registration fee required. It is designed to give you a thorough background in the essentials of radio presenting, news reading and radio as a business. Students will receive a certificate upon completion of training which is covered in the registration fee. Students are introduced to the techniques that professional voice-over artists continuously use, rely on and are well trained in.

Presenters act as the public face or voice on television and radio programmes; they are responsible for introducing and interviewing guests, linking segments, and generally holding the show together. Radio presenters entertain and inform programme audiences on national, regional and international stations and satellite channels. As a presenter, you can appear on various types of programmes including news and current affairs, sport, music shows, chat shows, children’s entertainment, game shows, and specialist programmes such as travel, gardening, lifestyle, history and DIY. Your look, personality and presenting style are all important parts of this trade.

Students at Darlington Steve Foundation with Frances O'Brien, Dexterity Radio Director

Students at Darlington Steve Foundation with Frances O’Brien, Dexterity Radio Director

The Darlington Steve Foundation Radio Presenting Course is designed to introduce you to the fast-growing broadcast industry. Once qualified, you will be able to demonstrate specialized skills and techniques such as performing in front of various audiences and using your voice as an effective communication tool in a professional manner.

How to get in? Register for the Darlington Steve Foundation Radio Presenting Course. We have various touch-points for your convenience. Simply call, email, fill in an online inquiry form, or pop into our head office at 372 Oak Avenue Ferndale Randburg, where one of our Special Volunteers will gladly assist you.


  • ID copy
  • CV
  • Brief profile of yourself

Course content and modules will be provided at the session. You will cover these modules during the duration of your training.

Radio Broadcasting

  • The Business of Radio
  • Law and compliances in Radio business
  • Branding & Marketing on Radio
  • Radio Presenting, news reading and producing
  • Formal equipment and elements in radio studio are investigated
  • Radio production terminology
  • Appropriate theoretical models to analyzing radio forms are investigated
  • Quiz and light entertainment programmes on radio are investigated and evaluated
  • Planning and creation of two programmes within the genres of quiz and light entertainment will be covered

Workplace Learning
This programme includes a compulsory Workplace Learning component. Workplace Learning provides important opportunities for professional and personal growth. It addresses specific competencies identified for the acquisition of the qualification, which relates to the development of skills that will make the learner employable and will assist in developing his/her personal skills. Careers you would be great at, with this training programme should you be a successful student will be:

  • Radio Presenter
  • News Anchor
  • Continuity Radio Presenter
  • Programme Director
  • Producers
  • Researchers

The strength in your qualification: Upon successful completion of the training programme, you will receive the Darlington Steve Foundation Radio Presenting Certificate.

Training Details

Registration Fee: R1,500
Start: September 21, 2018 4:00 pm
End: October 20, 2018, 12:00 pm

Telephone: 011 053 8206/ 073 310 7335
Email: [email protected]

*This programme is offered by Darlington Steve Foundation and is Quality Assured by the Darlington Steve Foundation Board. This is not an accredited NQF programme, but a Darlington Steve Foundation Certificate.

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