Editorial safety training organisation Future Voices is offering 10 spots on its next four-day training course to Journalism.co.uk readers.
The course will run for four days from this Thursday night (22 July) at a location in Hampshire, UK, and is aimed at working journalists and students considering work in conflict or crisis zones. The courses have been designed to teach safety and survival skills to journalists, while keeping the editorial process in mind.
Developed with safety specialists and the support of the army, the courses are intended to be as realistic as possible to working in the field. Journalism.co.uk readers will have the opportunity to take part for free – the only cost is £75 for food and transport.
Journalism.co.uk took part in an open day to experience some of the training available first hand – you can find out how we got on at this link.
To register your interest email course organiser Chris Green at christopher.green [at] fvmedia.org.uk.
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