This course, offered by the British Academy for Training and Development, is designed specifically for new people in the field of journalistic writing, as well as for those who wish to improve Business Writing Skills, and to discover more about the industry. This course is also suitable for professionals who want to develop and improve their writing skills, and preparation of newsletters within their institutions, and in the company's magazines, in addition to the freelancer writers.
Journalistic story is an unconventional type of writing in the world of Press, in which the journalist shall harness his skills and senses enabling him to illustrate the journalistic story for the reader, by presenting a vivid and dynamic picture of the event, and reviving the nature of the issues.
Journalistic story is not limited to one area and could be used in many different fields. This has led many newspapers, and news agencies to use them in the service of humanitarian issues in society, dealing with unemployment, wars, disasters, economic affairs, poverty, health and other important aspects of life.
Newspapers in all over the world employ the art of portraiture to present the autobiography of prominent and influential people in societies, in order to target readers' human interests, by highlighting the educational certificates obtained by the person, his family, career, and his duties and responsibilities.
When writing a portrait of a particular famous figure, the journalist must review a variety of documents written about him, such as articles and newspaper interviews, as well as making direct contacts with live sources of the relevant public figure, such as a family member or a friend.