At the end of the day, there’ll be time for questions and advice, especially on where to go from here.
The next stage - depending on your own specific motives for attending the course - is to evaluate and take stock of your day with us.
However, even at the end of the day, you should have some initial thoughts on whether you’d like to investigate or pursue further a professional career - or semi-professional “sideline” - as a presenter.
So, as well as a thorough group question and answer session, you’ll also - if you wish - have the opportunity for an individual one-on-one chat with Glenn, who’ll endeavour to give honest, straightforward feedback and answers to your questions.
And, to back all this up, you’ll receive some detailed and comprehensive written information we’ve compiled on how to find work as a presenter and the opportunities open to you.
Just some of the things you’ll learn - from both the Q&A and the written information - include:
And, most importantly, you’ll take away both a 20-minute-plus DVD and a boxed, broadcast quality DV tape showreel with all your recordings on it. Ready, if you wish, to edit and use in your search for employment, or merely as a memento of the day.
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