Advanced TV Presenting

Sydney - Nov 26 2017

Venue
AFTRS Sydney
Date
Nov 26 2017 - Nov 29 2017
Attendance Pattern
Four Days, Sun - Wed 9am-5pm
Tutor
Tracey Spicer
Course fee
$2000 / $1800

This course is designed for TV presenters, reporters, journalist and actors who already have some on-camera/presenting experience and wish to gain a higher level of skill and accomplishment. The four day, intensive course will provide practical experience, individual coaching and a broad range of practical tips and tools to help further your presenting career.

Your main tutor will be Tracey Spicer, one of the most experienced TV and radio presenters in the country. During her 24 year career, Tracey has anchored news, current affairs and lifestyle shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. But her great passion is teaching - Tracey has trained hundreds of business executives and aspiring presenters on the finer points of making it work for them, on camera!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

The course, conducted in our state-of-the-art studios will include the following:

  • on camera presenting practice, with a focus on gesture, stance, use of breath and voice, and developing an individual presenting style

  • autocue training

  • working between more than one camera

  • writing and recording pieces to camera

  • walking and talking at the same time – and hitting your mark

  • working with interrupted foldback

  • Intros, throws and back-announces

  • conducting interviews

  • how to ad lib from dot points to a certain duration

  • dressing for camera – dos and don’ts

Course participants will also have the benefit of a session with a professional hair and makeup artist who will work with them to perfect their on camera “look”. They will have the opportunity to record a short piece to camera to take away and add to a showreel.

STUDENT FEEDBACK


"Due to your feedback, advice and reassurance I have made an immense improvement and transformation during these last few days".

"Best course I have ever done".

"The course was very well structured – we were kept very busy but all content was very very relevant".

"Fabulous course, nothing but good words to say…I have learnt so much more than I ever could have expected".

"Never learnt so much in a short period of time."

LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE

This course is designed for those who already have some on-camera/presenting experience under their belt. This is an intensive class and is not designed for beginners.

ABOUT THE LECTURER: TRACEY SPICER

Tracey Spicer is one of the most experienced TV presenters in the country. During her 24-year career she has anchored news, current affairs and lifestyle programs in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Currently, Tracey works as an international anchor for Sky News, panellist for Channel 7’s Sunrise, broadcaster at Radio 2UE, and columnist for News Ltd. and The Hoopla.

She is best known for presenting Channel 10’s weekend and morning news services for 14 years. Through her company Spicer Communications, Tracey has trained hundreds of business executives and aspiring presenters in the finer points of breathing, gesturing, and speaking to camera. Tracey has written, produced and presented numerous documentaries around the world, including Breaking the Chains in Bangladesh and Not a Drop to Drink in Papua New Guinea.Tracey's Website

Check out our Interview with Tracey Spicer and her Top Tips for Presenting on our Meet the Tutors page.


***DISCLAIMER*** AFTRS reserves the right to cancel any course for any reason at any time. In the event of a course being cancelled a full refund of course fees will be provided. If a participant wishes to withdraw from a course, they may do so up to 15 days before the course commences and get a full refund. Cancellations 14 days or less before course commencement will incur a fee. For more information on AFTRS Open's policies, including refund policies, please see our policies page .

Acknowledgement

The Australian Film Television Radio and School would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Bidjigal people and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose land we meet, work, study and teach. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.