Freelance Journalism & Non-Fiction Writing Course.
If you have some basic writing skills already, you can become: a non-fiction writer, ebooks author, and/or freelance journalist reporter – all within a year. This training course will teach you how to become a paid writer. Graduates will have the skills to work in journalism, or write at home as a freelance author. The choice is yours. Call 0800-801994 and let’s chat about your aspirations and options.
Freelance Journalism is about writing non-fiction. When you’re a trained non-fiction writer and you want extra cash, you simply write something informative (we show you how) and send it to a newspaper, magazine, website or blog (… maybe even start your own blog), and uploading your ebooks on Amazon is the ultimate path to earning a passive income!
We teach the most widely acclaimed journalism and non-fiction writing course in New Zealand.
Why are some writers more financially successful than others? Because they know how to go about it. The world of media in the 21st Century has changed!Newspapers, magazines and websites require freshly written articles every day. Each one offers a unique opportunity for freelance writers to earn money.
This course will teach you how to write like a professional – You CAN earn money writing at home.
Are you interested in: Food? Travel? Music? Technology? Write about what you know. The Freelance Journalism & Non-Fiction writing course shows you how to develop ideas and turn them into published articles along with teaching you the business aspects of writing too.
Jill has been editor of six magazines covering architecture, travel and lifestyle. These include Aorangi, AA Traveller, Third Age, Home & Building, Motorhomes, Caravans & Destinations, and the Air New Zealand inflight magazine – of which she was the editor for 11 years. She has also been a freelance contributor to many New Zealand and overseas publications and written four travel books. Her book ‘At Home On The Road’ won the inaugural Whitcoulls Travel Book of the Year award.
Jill was the joint founder and a past president of the New Zealand Travel Writers Association. She has travelled widely in New Zealand, Australia, South America, Europe, Great Britain, North America Africa, India, China and Indo-China. Jill tutored in travel writing and creative writing at University of Auckland Continuing Education for many years.
She is a popular guest lecturer at tertiary venues around New Zealand and she now tutors NZIBS students in Freelance Journalism and Travel Writing & Photography. Many students who have attended Jill Malcolm’s training courses have gone on to enjoy their own successes in publishing.
Joan is a professional writer, teacher, lecturer and mentor to new writers. Joan has been a travel agent and extensive world traveller. Joan has been our tutor since 1996.
Her skills cover creative writing, journalism, family history and play scripts. During 1999-2001 Joan was President of NZ Society of Authors. This required her to travel widely and represent NZSA authors in dealing with publishers etc.
Joan’s own work includes these novels: Cast Two Shadows, Voyagers, Canterbury Tales, Mother Tongue and her latest novel, Yes; a play: The Stars Go Down; instructional guides for writers: Writing Your Family History and So You Want To Write. You’ll find Joan very patient and helpful.
What You’ll Learn.
1. NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN A CHANGING MARKET
2. WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED AS A FREELANCE JOURNALIST – PART 1
3. WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED AS A FREELANCE JOURNALIST – PART 2
4. SELLING YOURSELF AND YOUR WORK
5. RESEARCH AND INFORMATION SOURCES
6. WRITING THE STORY
8. WRITING WITH STYLE
9. HAVING YOUR WAY WITH WORDS
10. DEFAMATION AND COPYRIGHT
11. FREELANCE NEWS AND FEATURE WRITING
12. COLUMNS, REVIEWS AND SPECIALIST SUBJECTS
13. WRITING FOR NEWSPAPERS
14. WRITING FOR THE MAGAZINE MARKET
15. ELECTRONIC JOURNALISM
16. APPLIED JOURNALISM
17. TURNING LOSERS INTO WINNERS
18. A FINAL REVIEW OF THE BASICS – THEN FORWARD TO SUCCESS
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