“You’re not going to write stories that everyone is going to agree with and that’s ok.” This was the advice given to students on NCTJ-accredited courses when they met with journalists on a panel discussing safety and resilience in journalism,…
A reporter has said it has been a “dream come true” to showcase real stories from people in Wales’ LGBTQ+ community as he marks the end of his time in the Community News Project.
“Shorthand is priceless.” These were the words of Dave King, editor of the Swindon Advertiser, as he addressed the NCTJ’s annual shorthand seminar in London on Friday (5 June).
Students on NCTJ-accredited courses dominated the limelight at a journalism awards ceremony in Scotland this week.
Eighteen trainee press photographers and photo-journalists took part in the NCTJ’s latest exam on May 6, at The Sheffield College. Twelve of them made the grade as seniors– a pass rate of 67 per cent.
Excellence in journalism is the goal for those entering this year’s NCTJ Awards, which is being launched today.
The number of trainee reporters who sat the NCTJ’s National Certificate Examination in March 2009 was the highest in two years.
Four newly-qualified senior journalists are to be rewarded for their excellent performance in the March 2009 National Certificate Examination.
The youngest university in Wales can now boast an NCTJ accredited course in print journalism.
Trainee journalists are still striving to achieve the gold standard of training, supported by their publications, despite redundancies and restructuring in the industry.
Sports journalism is a dynamic and popular field of expertise, where passions for all kinds of sport and journalism unite. Competition for work is fierce and often, an amount of ingenuity and luck are required to get started.