<small>Proficiency Award 2 in </small><span>Publishing and Journalism</span>


Proficiency Award 2 in Publishing and Journalism

Proficiency Award 2 in Publishing and Journalism
 
Course Code VWR006
Qualification Proficiency Award 2
Payment Options Upfront & Payment Plans
Delivery Online & Correspondence
Duration 1500 Hours

 
Course Information

Self paced study, sturt any time, study from anywhere. Choose from a wide range of electives to diffderentiate yourself from other journalism graduates.Study with highly qualified and experienced writers and publishing professionals

Core Modules    
These modules provide foundation knowledge for the Proficiency Award 2 in Publishing and Journalism.

  •      Industry Project BIP000
  •      Business Studies BBS101
  •      Editing I (Editing and Proofreading) BWR106
  •      Freelance Writing BWR102
  •      Publishing I BWR107
  •      Research Project I BGN102
  •      Advanced Freelance Writing BWR201
  •      Publishing II BWR202
  •      Editing II BWR302

 
Elective Modules    
In addition to the core modules, students study any 6 of the following 23 modules.

  •      Childrens Writing BWR104
  •      Computer Operations (Computer Studies II) VIT101
  •      Course Writing And Development BGN107
  •      Creative Writing BWR103
  •      Dramatic Writing BWR110
  •      Html (Writing a Website) VIT102
  •      Introduction To Photography BPH100
  •      Photographic Practice BPH101
  •      Poetry BWR109
  •      Writing Fiction BWR105
  •      Computer Servicing I VIT203
  •      Entrepreneurship BBS204
  •      Ethics BPS217
  •      Graphic Design BIT205
  •      Information Security BIT203
  •      Internet Marketing BIT204
  •      Journalism Practice I BWR203
  •      Project Management BBS201
  •      Editing Practice BWR305
  •      Journalism Practice II BWR304
  •      Photojournalism Practice I BPH302
  •      Publishing III BWR303
  •      Technical Writing (Advanced) BWR301

 
Note that each module in the Proficiency Award 2 in Publishing and Journalism is a short course in its own right, and may be studied separately.

For more information on this course, please request your free course information pack.

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