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COURSE: JOURNALISM

Journalism
Boston Campus
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Full Time
Journalism

National Certificate: Journalism

SAQA QUAL ID: 49123

 

Journalism - 120 Credits

Are you an aspiring journalist and have a flair with words? We encourage you to write various articles for newsletters, youth publications and community papers.

 

Realistic simulations of interviews and interviewing skills are developed through writing profiles about various people who have a story to tell.

 

Qualifying will enable you to be employed as a junior journalist whereby you will be required to conduct research, gather information, observe, interview and develop story plans.

National Certificate: Journalism

SAQA QUAL ID: 49123

Journalism - 120 Credits

Are you an aspiring journalist and have a flair with words? We encourage you to write various articles for newsletters, youth publications and community papers.

Realistic simulations of interviews and interviewing skills are developed through writing profiles about various people who have a story to tell.

Qualifying will enable you to be employed as a junior journalist whereby you will be required to conduct research, gather information, observe, interview and develop story plans.

 






















































































































































































































































































































  ID UNIT STANDARD TITLE LEVEL CREDITS
Core 8555 Contribute to information distribution regarding HIV/AIDS in the workplace Level 4 4
Core 15096 Demonstrate an understanding of stress in order to apply strategies to achieve optimal stress levels in personal and work situations Level 5 5
Core 15093 Demonstrate insight into democracy as a form of governance and its implications for a diverse society Level 5 5
Core 110360 Interview for a variety of journalistic purposes Level 5 8
Core 11994 Monitor, reflect and improve on own performance Level 5 3
Core 110359 Perform journalism-related tasks and generate journalistic material in an editorial environment Level 5 20
Core 117545 Present journalistic story ideas Level 5 5
Core 110357 Report for a variety of journalistic purposes Level 5 12
Core 110361 Write stories for a variety of journalistic purpose in print Level 5 6
Fundamental 117546 Collect information for journalistic use Level 5 6
Elective 114600 Apply innovative thinking to the development of a small business Level 4 4
Elective 114742 Calculate tax payable by a small business Level 4 6
Elective 117241 Develop a business plan for a small business Level 4 5
Elective 8974 Engage in sustained oral communication and evaluate spoken texts Level 4 5
Elective 117244 Investigate the possibilities of establishing and running a small business enterprise (SMME) Level 4 3
Elective 114738 Perform financial planning and control functions for a small business Level 4 6
Elective 8975 Read analyse and respond to a variety of texts Level 4 5
Elective 12608 Record sound from a single source Level 4 3
Elective 12153 Use the writing process to compose texts required in the business environment Level 4 5
Elective 8976 Write for a wide range of contexts Level 4 5
Elective 15234 Apply efficient time management to the work of a department/division/sectionLevel 5 4
Elective 8647 Apply workplace communication skills Level 5 10
Elective 117539 Assess the quality of written text Level 5 5
Elective 15237 Build teams to meet set goals and objectives Level 5 3
Elective 117541 Cover a specialist beat as a journalist Level 5 6
Elective 15231 Create and use a range of resources to effectively manage teams, sections, departments or divisions Level 5 4
Elective 15216 Create opportunities for innovation and lead projects to meet innovative ideas Level 5 4
Elective 15219 Develop and implement a strategy and action plans for a team, department or division Level 5 4
Elective 10043 Develop, implement and manage a project / activity plan Level 5 5
Elective 114481 Develop, maintain and monitor media relations to communicate government information Level 5 5
Elective 15238 Devise and apply strategies to establish and maintain relationships Level 5 3
Elective 15224 Empower team members through recognising strengths, encouraging participation in decision making and delegating tasks Level 5 4
Elective 15233 Harness diversity and build on strengths of a diverse working environment Level 5 3
Elective 15225 Identify and interpret related legislation and its impact on the team, department or division and ensure compliance Level 5 4
Elective 15229 Implement codes of conduct in the team, department or division Level 5 3
Elective 15230 Monitor team members and measure effectiveness of performance Level 5 4
Elective 12606 Operate studio equipment for radio production Level 5 5
Elective 14525 Present an informed argument on a current issue in a business sector Level 5 3
Elective 110358 Sub-edit non-specialist text Level 5 10
Elective 12605 Interview and lead discussion for radio broadcast purposes Level 6 12
Elective 115020 Use standardised technical language Level 6 10
Elective 115081 Write technical text within a specific field Level 6 10
Elective 117945 Design documents Level 7 20

 

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