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Aims and Objectives

> To provide and encourage quality and affordable training in radio skills.

> To promote skills sharing across the independent production sector

> To encourage new entrants to the independent production sector.

> To encourage networking, collaboration and partnership across the sector.

> To promote dIversity in programme making, and production.

> To be accessible to indie staff, freelance, and BBC and commercial radio staff.

RIGtrain courses are open to adults, ie 18 years or over, involved in radio production OR (depending on the course) interested in entering radio production.  If you are a new entrant to radio please see course details to see if you have the requisite background, and email the course organiser if you are still unsure.  Most of our courses, and some of our masterclasses, are aimed at raising the skills of people already working in radio production.

As the courses are proving very popular we have to limit each company to a maximum of TWO learners on any one course.  However there is currently no limit on the number of courses an individual can attend - it is first-come, first-served.

Where discounted tickets are shown, that price is available only to paid-up RIG member companies or associates (eg regular freelances) of those companies.  Everyone else who is eligible must pay full price.

RIGtrain masterclasses are a little more flexible, so we can accept people with less experience in radio production, particularly if they wish to move into radio from another medium or profession.  And there is no charge for masterclasses

 

(The previous wording, where eligibility was limited to residents of England, and excluded students in full-time higher or further education, no longer applies, as that was a condition of the grant aid we were receiving at that time.  Similarly the previous limit of a maximum of three courses per individual was set by our funder, and no longer applies)