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Fae Ellington

Fae Ellington is a broadcaster, actor, compère, lecturer, trainer and speaking coach. Her experience in the fields of the Performing Arts and Communication began in 1971 (39 years ago).

As a communication consultant Miss Ellington has developed courses and facilitated training for companies, groups and individuals in the public and private sector. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Communication from the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC), University of the West Indies, Mona where she has lectured in Radio since 1985.

 

She is a BBC, British Broadcasting Corporation, certified trainer.

 

Miss Ellington has served as a director of several Boards. At present she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Jamaica Intellectual Property Office, St. Hugh’s High School and NewsTalk 93FM. She also serves on the Jamaica Defence Force website development committee.

 

 

Courses Taught

Perfect Pitch: Voice and Speech Training (II)

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Film Making

Film Making in the school.

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Radio Announcing and Presentation

This course relies heavily on the reading of scripts and radio copy for announcing and microphone presentation. There will also be some written assignments. Each participant should bring a portable tape recorder with either a good built-in condenser microphone or an external microphone. (No micro-cassette recorders.) Each participant must submit a 30-second audio cassette or CD stating name and country and the reason for taking the course. This cassette/CD/file should reach CARIMAC by the May 3, 2010. Audio files in mp3 format can also be emailed. You must be a confident speaker of the English Language.

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Radio Announcing and Presentation

This course relies heavily on the reading of scripts and radio copy for announcing and microphone presentation. There will also be some written assignments. Each participant should bring a portable tape recorder with either a good built-in condenser microphone or an external microphone. (No micro-cassette recorders.) Each participant must submit a 30-second audio cassette or CD stating name and country and the reason for taking the course. This cassette/CD/file should reach CARIMAC by the May 6, 2011. Audio files in mp3 format can also be emailed. You must be a confident speaker of the English Language.

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