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Journalism Training

Course Profile

EDI Practical Training in Journalism courses are highly regarded by the media industry. It can help participants start their career as trainee journalists.

The EDI Practical Journalism training courses designed to equip participants with the essential skills required to develop their career and become a professional journalist. The qualification aims to meet the needs of employers and to provide you with the basic knowledge and skills for entry level journalism.

Courses offered:

  • Practical Training in Journalism
  • Practical Training in Journalism for TV
  • Practical Training in Journalism for Radio
  • Writing Effective Press Release
  • Professional Corporate Photography
  • How to Create Event to Attract Media
  • How to Work with Press and Journalism


  • Fast track your career in journalism
  • Learn the inside secrets of how to become a journalism pro in months
  • Study an journalism course that was designed in conjunction with the journalism industry
  • Have access to a tutor who works in the industry you are training for

Career Opportunities:

  • News Correspondent (Radio/ TV)
  • Trainee Journalist
  • Self Employment/Freelance Work

Enrollment Admission:

To be admitted to the program, applicants must:

  • Pass grade 12 of general education or an equivalent;

Training Facilities:

  • Comfortable air-conditioned rooms;
  • Free Study Materials;
  • Free Entrance

Application requirements:

  • An application form
  • A certified copy of Grade 12 Certificate
  • A copy of family book
  • Recent 4 * 6 photos (2)
  • ID Card


Practical Training in Journalism training course takes 15 weeks and it is conducted:

  • 8 am to 11 am (Weekend)
  • 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)


All trainers are well-experience, well-qualified, well-selected, well-oriented and working in journalism industry.

  • Mr. Pen Bona, journalist, political analyst, RFI (Radio France International)
  • Mr. Puy Kea, Kyodo News, Chief of bureau.
  • Mr. Ky Soklim, journalist, video documentary writer, specialized in economy.
  • Mr. Leang Delux, journalist, RFI, www.thmeythmey.com. specialized in political affairs.
  • Mr. Ngoun Serath, journalist, political editor in Rasmey Kampuchea newspaper.
  • Mr. Chan Samnob, Vice-president of Royal Academy of Cambodia.
  • Mr. Em Vannara, Geopolitical researcher, Royal Academy of Cambodia
  • Mr. Pierre Gillette, journalist, documentary writer.

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