Aspiring international journalists can now achieve an NCTJ qualification, designed especially for them, through distance learning.
Two more groups of teenagers are set to take their first leap into journalism at free after-school outreach programmes supported by the NCTJ. Over the next week, North West Regional College (NWRC) in Northern Ireland and City of Liverpool College…
Three journalists who achieved the highest marks in their National Qualification in Journalism (NQJ) exams this year have been congratulated by the NCTJ’s senior examiners.
A new edition of the go-to public affairs handbook for journalists is hot off the press and set to be released. The eighth edition of Essential Public Affairs for Journalists is authored by James Morrison and published by Oxford University…
A local democracy reporter, who champions social issues in London, has revealed how support from the Journalism Diversity Fund helped kickstart her career.
Journalism training has seen an “encouraging return to normality” as most teaching returned to face-to-face delivery, says the NCTJ’s principal examiner.
The NCTJ has published its annual report of its Quality Assurance and Standards Committee, which oversees quality, standardisation and fairness across its qualifications and services.
Three newly-qualified senior journalists are celebrating achieving top results in their exams for the National Qualification in Journalism.
"I took part in a journalism apprenticeship as part of my training with the Eastern Daily Press in 2018-19."