A journalist in Glasgow has said landing her job through the Community News Project (CNP) has been “so much better than she could have imagined”.
The NCTJ's Safety and Resilience Advisory Panel held its latest meeting to provide insight and advise the NCTJ on an 'explosion' of safety issues in the industry.
A student soon to complete an NCTJ-accredited course has won a place on the prestigious BBC journalism training scheme.
A news video created by students studying NCTJ-accredited courses at the University of Sunderland was this month broadcast on ITV.
Five journalism training courses at colleges, universities and commercial providers across the UK have been accredited and re-accredited by the NCTJ board of directors.
186 trainee reporters sat the NCE for reporters, sports reporters and sub-editors on Friday 5 March
Frank Warner, a respected journalist and tutor on NCTJ-accredited courses, has died aged 82.
An NCTJ-trained journalist has been shortlisted for a prestigious British Press Award after completing a unique assignment inspired by the US television show The Wire.
Daniel May, a student currently studying on the NCTJ-accredited BA (Hons) Journalism and the News Industry course at the University of Kent’s Centre for Journalism Studies, has been named the Bob Friend memorial scholar for 2010.
Neil Webber, editorial training manager at KM Group, is retiring on Friday after 31 years working in regional journalism.
Chris Elliott, managing editor of Guardian News and Media and an NCTJ director, will chair a new board set up to develop the NCTJ strategy and standard for accrediting pre-entry journalism courses.