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Training materials and information about training courses, some of which are discounted for Safrea members.

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What to look for in a media course

Posted on 26 April 2011

A guide for students and advisors adapted from the British Kinematograph, Sound and Television Society publication.

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Useful tips from veteran freelancers (Members only)

Posted on 26 April 2011

The Cape Town branch’s May meeting at Ikhaya Lodge had a great turnout of about 30 people, ranging from new recruits to some Safrea founder members who shared a wealth of experience.
 

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MPASA opens its subsidised training courses to Safrea members

Posted on 26 April 2011

MPASA (Magazine Publishers Association of SA) has for many years offered excellent training courses at subsidised prices exclusively to its members. It now extends this benefit to Safrea members.

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Safrea Mandate: Training & Mentoring (Members only)

Posted on 26 April 2011

'Training and Mentoring' is a popular request from those new to Safrea, new to freelancing or new to their specific discipline, as well as from veterans hoping to diversify their skill set, freshen up or learn something new.

The 2010 committee has therefore undertaken the task of formalising this portfolio for Safrea, under my management. What follows is an insight into how we hope to achieve this and where we are to date. It is four pages long, so you may want to print it out - but please do take the time to read it.

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Special offers on training

Posted on 26 April 2011

Safrea offers all paid-up members discounted access to media and other training courses (writing, editing, photography, etc.) run by Safreans across South Africa. Read on to find out what's on offer.

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Twitter for noobs

Posted on 08 August 2013

Twitter for noobs

By Jocelyn Newmarch

Twitter has become an essential medium for freelancers, journalists and communicators in South Africa, but that doesn't mean we know how to use it. The following notes and tips are based on the talk veteran newshound Raymond Joseph (@rayjoe) gave to @safrea Gauteng South members this week.

 

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