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To gain the Level 3 Certificate in Foundation Journalism, learners must achieve a minimum of 13 credits, including the four mandatory modules (equal to seven credits) and a number of optional modules that will make up at least 6 credits (see the chart below).
Note: Each individual subject is offered separately. They are standalone and their successful completion will result in the learner receiving an NCTJ unit certificate for that particular module(s).
*For those wishing to go on to a career in journalism, study at foundation level is unlikely to lead directly to a job with a news organisation. However, successful study at foundation level is likely to give learners a head start when it comes to studying for an apprenticeship and/or the Diploma in Journalism.