Every year the Community Broadcasting Foundation allocates a number of training places to the Community Media Training Organisation (RTO ID 91800).
These training places allow the CMTO to plan how many accredited and non-accredited (Pathways) courses we can organise in a financial year.
Training places are limited and competitive, and the CMTO is guided by the priorities of the training fund in deciding which courses will be delivered.
The priorities are:- courses for broadcasters based in regional, rural and remote areas.- courses for Indigenous & ethnic community broadcasters & radio for print handicapped broadcasters.- accredited training such as Certificate II in Creative Industries and Certificate III & IV in Screen and Media.- courses which provide skills development for volunteers that have an ongoing role at your station. - courses at stations which have not hosted CMTO training previously.
It is important that your station is able to meet as many of the above priorities in any course you host. You will get points for every criteria which you meet.
Things you will need to complete the application:
- least of 8-10 volunteers or station workers who are interested in the course (At least one in three nominated trainees must be female).- a contact at the station who will be able to coordinate the training with the CMTO.
Your application does not guarantee the course you requested will be delivered at your station but we will do our best to meet your station's needs.
If you have signed an MOU with RPH Australia, please check the "Yes, our station would be interested specialised pathways training to develop RPH programming" box in the "RPHA Regional Development Program" segment of this application (section 4: Pathways Courses).
Applications due by Friday, May 23, 2019 at 17:00pm AEST
If successful, training will commence from July, 2019.
If you have any questions please call the CMTO on (02) 9318 9626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org