Newspapers Canada Webinars
As a way to deliver cost-effective training to members across the country, Newspapers Canada schedules a webinar series from September to May each year. Most of the sessions are one hour, and they cover a variety of subjects for editorial, marketing and advertising departments. Registration is done online and there is a small fee with a discount for members.
Media Credit Services Education Series
As part of the training and education program by Newspapers Canada, a three-part webinar series has been developed for the staff and managers of advertising agencies to aid in managing accounts receivable. Part one deals with Building an Effective Credit Policy, part two covers Effective Collection Techniques and the final webinar in the series covers Legal Issues of Collection. To obtain a copy of the series, or individual webinars, please contact Ross Edmunds at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Newspapers Canada and Metroland Media Group are teaming up with Associated Press Media Editors (APME) to bring the renowned NewsTrain training series to Toronto this September. NewsTrain features two full days of educational workshops for managers and editors by some of the best journalism practitioners in North America—all for just $50 per person (plus HST). The topics covered will include video and social media as well as newsroom management issues.
NewsTrain will take place at the Toronto Star Press Centre in Vaughn on September 13-14, 2012.
INK+BEYOND conference and trade show
INK+BEYOND is the newspaper industry’s largest annual conference in Canada. The conference program features speaker presentations, training workshops, networking opportunities, awards galas and more.
INK+BEYOND 2013 will take place on May 1-3, 2013 at the Westin hotel in Ottawa, ON.
Visit www.inkandbeyond.ca for more details.
Photo Doctor training videos
This two minute Photo Doctor training video offers tips for photojournalists looking to improve their skills.The advice is designed to help you bring back better photos from every assignment.
The first installment of the series is hosted by Peter Bregg, an instructor at the Ryerson School of Journalism and a former photographer with Macleans magazine, The Canadian Press and Associated Press.
If you are a photographer interested in sharing your own tips on photography, or you have suggestions on future topics, contact us at email@example.com.
Anytime online training for journalists
Choose your course and work at your own speed – some are free, others at a nominal charge.
Courses are available in design, editing, ethics, leadership, multimedia and more.