Thursday, May 10, 2007


Brisbane: 28 May - 1 June
Auckland: 11 June -15 June
Melbourne: 25 June –29 June

With only twelve places available per school, positions on Australia and New Zealand’s leading copywriting course are filling quickly.
Fairfax Media AWARD Copy School aims to give young writers the specialist skills necessary to be great writers.
Brisbane tutors: Natalie Ambrosini, Don Blackley, Mike Kennedy, Rem Brujn, Peter Goodall, Kate Hunter, Steve Minon, Philip Putnam and Alan Morden.
Auckland tutors: Toby Talbot, Paul Hankinson, Nick Worthington, John Plimmer, Richard Maddocks, Bridget Short, Darryl Parsons, Jamie Hitchcock Fairfax journalist Steve Braunias.
Melbourne tutors: Peter Withy, Paul Taylor, John Douglas, Pamiela Kaplan, Nigel Dawson, Steve Sinha and Ben Lilley and Angus Holland from Fairfax.
“Copy School came straight out of a very clear need to refocus creative and demonstrate what the persuasive power of great copy can achieve. The industry seemed to be losing it. Our young writers weren’t getting the training and stimulation they intuitively felt they needed,” says
Ray Black, course leader Sydney.
In Sydney fourteen candidates have just completed the course. Students travelled from interstate and even Malaysia to receive guidance from some of the best writers in the country.
Special thanks to tutors: John Bevins, Peter Buckley, Ted Horton, Jonathon Kneebone, Ben Welsh, Ralph Van Dijk and Graham Nunn and Clare Morgan (Deputy Arts Editor, Sydney Morning Herald).
For more details and to download a booking form for the Brisbane, Auckland or Melbourne schools please visit or email or call Pauline on +612 8297 3843


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