Journalism Skills Conference

The NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference brings together decision-makers in journalism’s education, training and industry sectors and is a must-attend annual event for those who are passionate about quality multimedia journalism.

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Membership

The NCTJ run a per capita membership scheme designed to spread the costs of running the NCTJ charity fairly across media employers. Members of the NCTJ have reduced registration fees for their trainees. Discounts are also available on short courses and other products and services.

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Registering trainees for the NQJ

Many employers want to put their new trainees through their National Qualification in Journalism (NQJ) training so that they can qualify as a senior reporter. All newspaper trainees must be registered with the NCTJ in order to be eligible to sit the NQJ exams. It is the responsibility of the trainee and their editor/training officer to ensure they are registered.

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Tutor forums

Forums have been designed to give heads of journalism and course leaders delivering NCTJ-accredited courses an opportunity to discuss the distinctive challenges of delivering externally-assessed vocational skills training.

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