The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is calling all young people who are looking to broaden their radio production and broadcasting skills.
In partnership with Three D Radio, the Council is delivering New Vibes, a radio show which is produced by young people, for young people in order to help them prepare for jobs of the future.
Mayor Robert Bria said New Vibes is a radio training program that leaves participants with a toolbox of skills to launch them into a range of industries.
“If you want to create and produce your own radio show, New Vibes is the program for you,” Mayor Bria said.
Participants will receive an intensive introduction to radio including program, live on air and technical production as well as development of teamwork and DJing skills.
“The ultimate goal of the training is to create and produce an engaging and entertaining weekly radio show.
“By utilising the local knowledge from the volunteers at Three D Radio, the New Vibes team will receive expertise and skills in a technical and hands-on environment.”
It is the second year that the Council has partnered with Three D Radio to produce New Vibes.
Previously the Council delivered Youth FM which was targeted at 15 to 25 year olds. However, this program has been superseded by New Vibes because of its more targeted training.
For the first round of the program, participants will need to attend training sessions on the weekend of April 9 – 10.
Applications are open to people aged 18 – 25 years who live, work or study in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs.