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Empowering Young Minds Through Media!

Broadcasting starts young!

This introductory broadcasting workshop offers young people an exciting opportunity to dive into the world of broadcasting.

It's a hands-on experience where they can learn the ins and outs of creating and presenting content for radio, television, or online platforms.

From mastering the art of storytelling to understanding technical aspects like editing and production, participants gain valuable skills that can kickstart their journey in media. Moreover, they get to explore their creativity, express themselves, and build confidence in front of the camera or behind the mic.

It's a chance for them to unleash their potential and shape the future of broadcasting.

Learning objectives

Acquire the following important broadcasting skills:

  • What makes a great story?

  • Facts finding and sharing

  • Be confident in front of camera

  • Interviewing basics

  • Producing and editing basics

Raymond Tan - filmmaker and educator

An engineer by training but a filmmaker at heart - that is best to describe Raymond. Not having a media degree, he picked up film knowledge from ground zero and directed a short film "Wa Is For Wayang" in 2011. He loves examining cultural themes and social issues, which shows in his first two award-winning movies “Wayang Boy” and “The Wayang Kids”. The latter was shown in 20 countries and awarded Best Feature in Ojo de Pescado Festival in Chile in 2020. Raymond started providing training in schools since 2016 and have since helped many students accumulate their video works in their portfolios.

Roger Tan - educator

Was with the Ministry of Education for 22 years as a teacher and Head of Department (HOD). He graduated with 1st Class Honours in the course he took in the University of Queensland and received the National Day Award (Commendation Medal). He has vast experience in planning, monitoring and engaging students and staff in learning. During his service in a school, he was instrumental in developing the school’s Character Development and Pupils’ Wellbeing Frameworks and in achieving the school’s Best Practice Award (Student All-Round Development). Beyond school, he has conducted training for Physical Education staff in School Cluster (11 schools), attended a conference at Boston (USA) and led a team on a research project for National Innovation and Quality Circles (Silver Award).

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Past students' works