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SFU Vancouver, in partnership with SFU Lifelong Learning, is pleased to host SKill'ED Sessions as part of SFU Vancouver's INgagement Programs.
Designed as a faculty and staff development and education opportunity, these sessions range from day-to-day skill building to long-term development.
Fall 2017 Semester Schedule
Media Training 101
This two hour session will cover tactics and tricks you can use to ensure you give the best interview possible. We'll review the elements of news and the factors journalists need to juggle to make a story happen. We'll consider different approaches when giving interviews to print reporters, talk show hosts, radio producers and TV journalists. We'll work with your faculty members to develop their own key messaging around the important topics that they are researching. Finally we'll provide an opportunity for faculty members to do some on-camera media training to ensure that when push comes to shove, they're able to get their key messages across, no matter who is interviewing them.
This service is provided by SFU University Communications. Please inquire with kcharter (at) sfu.ca for more details and how to book your department training.
Voice Training & Presentation Skills Workshops from TLC @ SFU Vancouver
Select dates & by appointment
SFU Teaching and Learning Centre programs and services are available to all SFU instructors, staff, and TAs/TMs. And now they're available at SFU Vancouver! We offer regular workshops and presentations on many teaching-related topics. In addition, we offer personalized support, incorporating both general and discipline-specific approaches, for teaching and learning initiatives by individual instructors.
Find a list of ongoing and appointment-based workshops available at Vancouver here.
SFU Human Resources Workshops at Vancouver campus
This fall, SFU Human Resources is offering several workshops at Vancouver campus.
Visit their website to find out more and to register.