Young journalists’ thoughts about sunblock, shorthand and sex - Wednesday 17th April 2013
The NCTJ asks the five shortlisted nominees for the Young Journalist of the Year Award three burning questions about being a journalist in our blog and gets some rather surprising – and saucy – answers.
‘The Philpott case was one of the toughest and most rewarding of my career’ - Thursday 11th April 2013
Derby Telegraph editor and NCTJ board member Neil White explains how the regional’s journalists achieved thorough and compelling coverage of the story that shocked the nation
From student journalist to Sky Sports News - Friday 22nd February 2013
It’s great to be part of the wider NCTJ family and speaking to you aspiring journalists – and a little bit surreal to be honest, as only a couple of years ago, I was sitting exactly where you are now.
Students get their voices heard at annual Student Council - Wednesday 13th February 2013
Tui Benjamin, a student at News Associates in Manchester, blogs about the 2013 NCTJ Student Council
Reporting in the regional press - Tuesday 29th January 2013
Hannah Upton was named NCTJ Reporter of the Year at the 2012 Awards for Excellence. She writes about starting work and life as a trainee in the regional press.
Local students praise "interesting and informative" careers event - Tuesday 29th January 2013
See what students from Newport Free Grammar School and Saffron Walden County High School thought about our careers event held at the NCTJ offices in Newport, Essex:
Getting on the radio - Wednesday 23rd January 2013
Jordan Moates completed the NCTJ broadcast journalism qualification at the University of Ulster during the pilot year. He writes about his training and how it helped him gain employment in the industry.
NCTJ broadcast training - Thursday 17th January 2013
Laura Garcia is one of the first graduates to gain the NCTJ broadcast journalism qualification. Originally from Mexico, she completed her training at the University of Kent and blogs about her experience.
Journalism Skills Conference an "amazing experience" - Thursday 6th December 2012
During the final day of the NCTJ conference, a panel presented possible ‘Future Developments’ in the training of journalists. Quite fittingly this was also the day which Lord Leveson announced the results of his inquiry into Press Standards. As a 3rd year print journalism student just starting out in the industry, in my eyes, the two seemed to link almost perfectly.
Future Developments: An insight into the world of journalism - Thursday 6th December 2012
Being a third year print journalism student at Nottingham Trent University and thinking about the options available after graduation, going to the NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference on Thursday was extremely helpful.