Workforce Training Podcasting Course Open For Registration
As noncredit Workforce Training course offerings, you do not have to apply to become a TTC student in order to take these courses. You only need to register, pay and attend the course.
Podcasting Level 1 - Podcasting Basics
Learn everything you need to know to chart your course in the exploding world of podcasting. Experience this fun and informative overview of what you need to know when you are planning a podcast. Participate in discussions about the gear you need and the software and hosting options that are available to you. You will also learn important creator and production tips, as well as post launch next steps to help your podcast break through. Then, brainstorm the viability of your podcast concept in a constructive and creative setting.
Curriculum topics covered include: what is podcasting and how is it different from radio and other audio and video; what’s working – top genres and how you can break through; what gear you need; software and microphone hands-on demonstrations; recording at home; hosting options; recording and production basics; and release schedules.
Course Fee: $189
Podcasting Level 2 - Next Step Podcasting: Ready for Launch
Get your podcast up and running the right way using the critical steps outlined in this course. Benefit from hands-on, how-to instruction on planning, production and publishing. Brainstorm creative details to build your pilot episode like effectively using music and special effects, and crafting an engaging opening and closing for your podcast. Practice with hands-on lessons in digital production and basic post-production software including audio editing techniques and using the right file formats in TTC’s Media Arts studio.
Curriculum topics covered include: how to publish with top hosting companies; structuring your show; audio editing (mistake removal and noise reduction); audio requirements and file formats; show and episode artwork; release schedules and sustainability; promotion and audience development – how will listeners find you; using music and special effects effectively and legally; and create a show opening and closing.
Course Fee: $189
To be scheduled at a later date; contact Glenn Seale - Film, Media and Visual Arts Dean at Trident Technical College at 843.574.6519 with questions or to express your interest in the next offering of this course.