Clyde 1 is offering 20 people who are interested in a career in the radio industry to take part in a free training course.
The Bauer station is running the course in May, and involves six one hour training sessions over six weeks.
Participants take part in an end of course exam with any suitable candidates receiving further training with a view to becoming part of Clyde’s freelance production team.
Tracey McNellan, Station Director at Clyde 1, said: “By providing this course, we hope to identify the next generation of radio professionals who will be an asset to Radio Clyde. We’ll teach you how to work a professional radio environment. From writing scripts, to recording and editing audio, to mixing and presenting programmes, to news and interview techniques, we’ll give you an insight into professional radio in Scotland.
“Many of the current Radio Clyde presenters and producers undertook training at Clyde at the start of their careers including George Bowie, Suzie McGuire, Gina McKie, Adele from Bowie at Breakfast, Shebahn from Clyde 1 travel and Ross King. The course will be extremely beneficial for all candidates who are hoping to establish a career in the radio industry.”