On-Camera PresentingAre you attracted to the world of presenting? Do you want to be in front of the cameras on television, online or a combination of both? Well, look no further. We have the tips, techniques and skills to help you learn the tools of this exciting profession. With the right help and advice, we are here to help you take your dreams of presenting and turn them into a sustainable career or a lucrative side-line. The boom in smaller media outlets operating in ever-growing online spaces also means it is not simply traditional channels that are looking for suitable candidates. The technological explosion now means you can be the on-camera representative for a raft of clients whats even more exciting is that these opportunities exists working within the tradition studio setting but increasingly there are now growing opportunities emerging without the need to leave the comfort of your home. You will learn the foundations of the business from experienced presenting professionals. We will teach you the skills you need to break open the doors in this competitive market and well show you how you can start earning from your newly unlocked potential and talent. Have you ever seen someone on your screens and thought I would love to do that. Or better still, have you turned on your television or computer and thought you could do better? On-camera work now spans such a wide gamut that there are opportunities for every kind of face and personality type. Are you a student or professional wanting to break into the world of on-camera presentation? Perhaps you would like to enhance your CV or improve techniques that could aid professional development? Are you looking for work that could sit alongside existing commitments? This might just be the opportunity youve been looking for. About the instructor: Amina Taylor is a television presenter, journalist, broadcaster and writer. As a senior journalist she has travelled extensively and presented programs on historic events such as the Arab Spring, Japans devastating tsunami and earthquake as well as Scottish independence, Brexit, countless U.K./US elections and can still be found reporting on breaking stories for London Broadcast Partners and their clients across the Middle East and Africa. As a broadcaster Amina has been the co-host of The Dotun and Amina Show on BBC London and continues to appear across the BBC network as a commentator and analyst. She is former editor of Pride magazine (Europes longest running lifestyle publication for women if colour) and was a columnist for the Guardian newspaper, She Caribbean, The Voice newspaper and written for the Independent, Times, Upscale magazine and many others. Amina has served as host and producer of several documentaries including Under the Skin of Black Britain and The Killing of Mark Duggan.