The following exercises cover some of the key editorial trust issues across TV, radio and online.
Guidance on relevant modules will be given at commission stage.
Once you've completed the exercise or exercises, you will receive an email confirming completion. This is an important record for you to keep safe as it enables you to prove to employers that you've done the required training.
The BBC will not keep these records for you.
Each of these modules takes up to 45 minutes to complete.
You will need to complete a module in one go. If you close it or try to use the 'back' button, you will have to start again from the beginning.
Please choose from the following exercises:
- Trust dilemmas in TV (v1) - shooting, editing and scripting plus the dangers of 'increasing the tension' for more programme impact
- Factual TV (v2) - 'chronology', reconstructions, editing sequences and inter-cutting stories'
- Factual Drama (v1) - explore the editorial principles involved in dramatising a true story
- Observational Documentaries (v1) - issues in observational documentary-making
- Natural History Programmes (v1) - keeping the real world real
- Childrens' Programmes (v1) - the particular trust issues involved in the making of programmes for children
- Trust dilemmas in Radio (v2) - scripting, interactivity, live music, live factual and editing
- Trust dilemmas Online (v2) - intervening in message boards and web chats, kick-starting audience interaction and the dangers of misleading images
- Trust dilemmas in Journalism (v1) - online, on radio and TV
Before starting these modules you should be familiar with the BBC Competitions Code of Conduct. All BBC competitions must be conducted in accordance with this code.
- Working on Competitions (v1) - explore the principles set out in the BBC's Competitions Code of Conduct
- Supervising Competitions (v1) - for senior editorial staff responsible for running competitions; find out the BBC's approval process along with more detailed guidance on running competitions, votes and awards