TRAINING AND OTHER SERVICES
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Jean Rafferty's next NUJ Feature Writing course takes place online over two days in August, Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th.
From 10.30am to 12.30pm both days. Participants will be sent the Zoom invitation nearer the time.
The course will cover Building a Feature and Structure on Day 1 and Interviewing and Pitching on Day 2.
For further information please contact:
NUJ Training Scotland
Tel: 0141 251 0363
Mob: 07730 513991
Jean Rafferty has travelled widely for her journalism and has also taught on various journalism workshops in countries such as Nepal, Albania, Zimbabwe and Sierra Leone.
She was also privileged to take part in Lesley Riddoch's Africawoman project in Ghana in 2001.
For many years she was a visiting lecturer on the University of Strathclyde‘s postgraduate and undergraduate courses in Journalism and Creative Writing and is still in touch with many former students.
She has delivered training in local councils, newspapers, universities and businesses and has been called an 'inspirational trainer.'
THE M TEAM
Jean Rafferty and her colleagues in the M Team - arts critic Mark Fisher, broadcaster Mike Higgins and photographer Elaine Livingstone - are qualified mentors who are offering competitive rates for mentoring. We are experienced in journalism, creative writing, non-fiction books, self publication, traditional publishing, broadcasting (both television and radio) and photography.
We find that online sessions work in much the same way as face to face meetings. If you're struggling to concentrate, want to find a new way forward, or simply want to explore your options, we can help you.
Call Jean Rafferty on 07881-304-729 or email her on email@example.com
Coaching and Mentoring
Interested in developing your skills with the help of someone who was called one of the top feature writers in the UK?
Jean Rafferty offers one to one coaching, specially tailored to your needs. You can choose from a one day individual workshop, a short session, or a series of mentoring sessions over a specified period of time.
She is supportive, sometimes challenging, and fun.
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Jean Rafferty is a member of The M-Team, a group of four experienced journalists with certification from the Chartered Management Institute. We are currently running a pilot project for the NUJ.
Jean Rafferty is an experienced editor, having edited a number of literary magazines and anthologies. Her most recent publication was the recent Dove Tales pamphlet, The Question in a Poppy, co-edited with Ray Evans.
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