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FULL RANGE OF COURSES CAN BE FOUND @ http://www.nujscotland.com/
Newspaper text handling (subbing)
One night a week for 10 weeks
Tue April 10th
Glasgow Metropolitan College
£100
QuarkXPress
One night a week for 10 weeks
Wed April 11th
Glasgow Metropolitan College
£100
InDesign (Quark rival)
One night a week for 10 weeks
Thur April 12th
Glasgow Metropolitan College
£100
Travel Writing
One-day course
Fri April 20th

£80
Radio Broadcasting
One night a week for 10 weeks
Thur April 12th
Glasgow Metropolitan College
£130
Feature Writing
One-day course
TBC
£80
Script Writing
One-day course
TBC
£80
Photoshop basics

One night a week for 4 weeks

TBC
Glasgow Metropolitan College
£80
Law for journalists in Scotland
One-day course

TBC

£80
Dates for the courses below have to be finalised call Angela on 0141-248 6648 or email
Freedom of information (Scotland) act
One-day course
TBC
£80
PR training
One-day course
Sat April 28th
£80
Media awareness - training for trade unionists
One-day course
TBC
£80
Forensic reporting
Half-day seminar
TBC
£50
Freelance Journalism
One-day course
TBC
£80
Copyright and commisioning
One-day course
TBC
£80
Scottish Public affairs
One-day course
TBC
£80
We are planning evening 'crash course' in specific aspects of Scots Law. If you're interested contact Angela as soon as possible on 0141-248 6648 or email
Inhouse and tailored training is available contact Angela on 0141-248 6648 or email

If you are not an NUJ member, are eligible to join, and want to take advantage of the discounted rate for members, please telephone Angela Austin on 0141 944 7031 or email angela.nuj@btinternet.com to request an application form for NUJ membership and course registration.


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