Colourful Radio presenter, Jacqueline Malcolm, has developed a new programme for creatives interested in making a living out of their talent. Jacqueline’s Creative Platform Academy (CPA) provides creatives with the tools they need to see themselves as entrepreneurs; increase their chances of employability, and build successful careers.
She has completed piloting the CPA programme at the University of East London (UEL), and is signed up with them as an employability trainer to run the course.
Topics covered during the course include: Personal Branding; Knowing
Worth; Networking and Grasping Opportunities.
Students who took part in the CPA pilot programme have called their experience “a life turning point”, “an answer to prayer” and it made them “more confident”.
A committed Christian, Jacqueline has worked with numerous ministries and businesses over the years, helping them to brand, develop and promote their initiatives.
There are plans to roll out the programme in other institutions; launch a website, and publish the CPA workbook, as well as a video training programme, so that people can learn the necessary information in the comfort of their homes.
The principles taught in the CPA are applicable to all artists, including gospel artists.