The NCTJ brought journalists, students, trainers and media organisations' representatives from around the country together to discuss equality, diversity and inclusion in the industry today (November 29).
The NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Academy launches new AI e-learning training course for journalists, PR professionals and content creators.
PinkNews reporter Sophie Perry has been named in an Outstanding 100 Future Leaders Role Model list for her contribution to LGBTQ+ journalism.
The NCTJ is to host an Artificial Intelligence in Journalism event, followed by Christmas drinks, this December.
Aspiring international journalists can now achieve an NCTJ qualification, designed especially for them, through distance learning.
Five talented student journalists will benefit from exclusive networking opportunities, invaluable newsroom placements and further mentoring as this year’s recipients of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) specialist bursaries.
The NCTJ’s fitness fundraiser smashed its target by raising more than £5,000 for the specialist Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) bursary dedicated to the late Thomas Read.
NCTJ hosts second webinar to support students studying for their journalism qualification via distance learning
The NCTJ is throwing the spotlight on inspirational young journalists Edward Hardy, Emily Davison and Jamie Green for Journalism Matters Week 2023.
The NCTJ is celebrating the success of a specialist Journalism Diversity Fund bursary dedicated to the late Claire Prosser as it draws to an end.
The NCTJ is looking for a pragmatic and practical strategic thinker to join our team as head of finance and IT.