AAUP Hosts Salma Al-Jamal a Broadcaster at Al-Jazeera TV News to present a training course about TV news broadcaster for students in Arabic language and Media Dept. As part of "Al Jazeera Ambassadors" initiative sponsored by Al Jazeera Media Institute.
AAUP President Prof. Ali Abu Zuhri, VP of academic affairs Dr. Mu'ayyad Abu Sa'aa and head of Radio and Television Dept Mr. Saed Abu Mu'allih, welcomed Salma Al-Jamal and gave a breaf introduction about AAUP, its goals and visions and about the academic programs that meet the local and international market needs.
AAUP has equipped the dept. of Arabic language and Media with a TV Studio and a local Radio Studio for training purposes and enhance student’s skills, AAUP president thank Salma for her participation in this training course.
Mrs. Salma Al-Jamal said that this visit gives her the opportunity to teach her experience and skills to the students who are interested in this field and that the training course will be held for five days.
Main Training topics will be about The features of a successful broadcaster, the tools used by the TV presenter, the skills acquired, in addition to that a graduation project end of the training course, adding that the training course mainly focuses on practical training.
The training course will allow the students to answer on the question “I’m I a fit to this profession or not? as she added that the trainees have good awareness of the topic and the factors of success.
As she praised her admiration of AAUP and its premises, as she added that AAUP TV & Radio studio is well equipped and technologies for facilitating the training process and achieve the desired goals.
The broadcaster Salma Al-Jamal is part of "Al Jazeera Ambassadors" initiative sponsored by Al Jazeera Media Institute. This non-profit initiative aims to promote Al Jazeera's mission, values and to share the experiences of its employees through training courses, and enable media talent around the world, to spread the experiences of journalists and build a leading generation of professional journalists.