Where Can I Study TV Presenting In South Africa

Where Can I Study TV Presenting In South Africa

A television presenter (or television host, some become a “television personality”) is a person who introduces or hosts television programs, often serving as a mediator for the program and the audience.

Where Can I Study TV Presenting In South Africa?

The TV and Radio Presenting Certificate is offered by Damelin and Quality Assured by the Damelin Academic Board.

Entry Requirements: Knowledge, comprehension, and application of the English language at NQF 3/Grade 11 or equivalent.

How do I become a TV presenter in South Africa?

An appropriate Degree or Diploma in Drama or Speech and Drama – RU, US, UP, UCT, UKZN, UFS, Wits. Television presenters also receive in-service training. Candidates must pass an audition for the post of presenter.

What subjects do you need to be a TV presenter?

Relevant subjects include:

  • media production.
  • drama or performing arts.
  • journalism or broadcast journalism.
  • media or communication studies.

Do you need qualifications to be a TV presenter?

Many TV presenters have qualifications in areas like drama, journalism or media studies. You can enter some relevant National Certificate or National Qualification courses (SCQF 2-6) with no formal qualifications but most courses ask for National 4/5 qualifications (SCQF level 4/5).