AFTRS

AFTRS

Katrina Hughes, 13th November 2019

The energy and passion from community broadcasters from across the country was palpable at the recent CBAA conference in Melbourne!

AFTRS Open Day

Katrina Hughes, 24th July 2019

Join AFTRS at their annual Open Day on Saturday 10 August and learn how you can turn your passion for storytelling into a career. Hear from industry professionals about careers in film, tv and radio. Meet and speak to students and their award-winning staff. Visit their world-class facilities and get hands on in our workshops.

AFTRS School Holiday Workshops

Katrina Hughes, 21st June 2019

From film-making and digital animation to blood and guts movie make-up, screen music and HSC video skills, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has you covered this July holidays.

AFTRS

Katrina Hughes, 3rd June 2019

​Whether you’re an industry professional needing to boost your skill set or just starting out and keen to explore a new side of your creativity, AFTRS Winter Intensives will give you relevant practical skills and knowledge to help you progress your career.

AFTRS

CBAA Communications, 13th March 2019

AFTRS Industry Certificate: Radio Content, Management and Leadership - starts 29 April, 24 weeks, online and one weekend at AFTRS in Sydney.

CBAA Webinars

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 7th September 2018

*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.*

This webinar will explore the theory of communication, the role of the program maker and the craft of delivering content to on-air audiences.

AFTRS online courses

Helen Henry, 21st July 2017

Community radio volunteers and staff who would like to upskill with courses at Australia’s premier radio school can now apply for a grant to cover the cost of the study (sponsored).

Syn Nation logo

CBAA News, 3rd April 2014

Young people across the country will have their own broadcast platform following the launch of brand new community digital radio channel, SYN Nation, on April 2.

CBAA News, 12th March 2013

Community radio has been very well represented in the current intake of the AFTRS Graduate Diploma Radio, with 14 of the 18 students having volunteered in the sector.