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Leading podcast experts headlining the Audiocraft Festival next month

Wednesday 10 April, 2019

Now in its fourth year, Audiocraft Podcast Festival will be held in Sydney from May 31 - June 2.

Programmed as part of Vivid Ideas, 400+ podcasters will converge on Sydney for three days of provocative talks, live events and invaluable networking opportunities.

At Audiocraft 2019, you’ll learn from the best and brightest in the audio game.

The lineup includes:  

CMTO gets two for one

Monday 01 April, 2019

Earlier this year the CMTO conducted an extensive recruitment process for a Project Manager role in order to prepare for the delivery of their Business Development Focused Training and after considering many high-quality applications and completing an interview process, have decided to make two hires to complement their strategic direction.

CMTO's mid year Tech Blitz

Monday 25 March, 2019

Earlier this year, the Community Media Training Organisation and Technorama collaborated on the first Station Tech Blitz at 2RRR, Gladesville, Sydney, and by the end of the course both studios had been pulled apart and refurbished by volunteers from the station and from other stations in the area, who can now take those skills back to their own stations.

A lot of people have been talking about the technical skills shortage… we’re doing something about it

Wednesday 23 January, 2019

Last month Sydney suburban community station 2RRR piloted the community broadcasting sector’s first Studio Blitz practical training course, where technically minded station staff and volunteers were taught the basics of studio maintenance, then used their new skills to clean and align all the equipment in the station.

CMTO training applications have opened

Tuesday 04 April, 2017

The Community Media Training Organisation is planning its training schedule for the year.

Every year the Community Broadcasting Foundation allocates a number of training places to the CMTO, so that stations can request a course at their station for no cost.

These training places allow the CMTO to plan how many accredited and non-accredited (pathways) courses it can organise in a financial year.

CMTO course applications are now open

Monday 27 June, 2016

The CMTO is seeking applications from community broadcasting stations for accredited and non-accredited (pathways) courses for 2016/17.

The application process has been streamlined to ensure that the CMTO can give quick responses to station's requests for courses.

What you need to do before applying is decide which course you want or need to do.

CMTO course applications are now open

Thursday 16 June, 2016

The Community Media Training Organisation is seeking applications from community broadcasting stations for accredited and non-accredited (pathways) courses for 2016/17.

The application process has been streamlined to ensure that the CMTO can give quick responses to station's requests for courses.

What do you need to do before applying?

Step One: Decide what CMTO courses you want/need.

Griffith University awarded CBF tender contract to review community broadcast training

Monday 21 July, 2014

The CBF Board has appointed Griffith University to undertake a review of the community broadcasting sector’s National Training Program.

Griffith University's Associate Professor of Journalism Susan Forde will lead the university's review team. 

The review will take a broad training industry focus, and will assess current Australian Government policy on training initiatives. It will aim recommend how the National Training Project can optimise future opportunities for training in the community broadcasting sector.

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