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.
Plans to broaden the NCTJ’s remit were well-received by heads of journalism and course leaders from further education colleges a recent training forum.
Jonathan Baker, the new head of the BBC College of Journalism, started his journalism career at the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo and gained a distinction in his final NCTJ exams.
The editorial director of the award-winning Newbury Weekly News Group has been appointed vice-chairman of the National Council for the Training of Journalists.
Student journalists will be encouraged to outline their vision and aspirations for multimedia training and qualifications at the NCTJ Student Council 2010.
Progress on the development of the NCTJ’s radical new multimedia structure for journalism qualifications will be discussed at a special forum in April.
A respected writer, public relations director and former associate editor of Time has joined the NCTJ as head of accreditation.
An NCTJ-trained journalist and frequent NCE assessor for the news interview exam has been awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours List.
Christina Johnson, the NCTJ’s journalism diversity intern, is to complete her six-month contract and start a job as a trainee reporter at the Luton and Dunstable Express at the end of January.
Tight outlines and an imaginative use of the Teeline alphabet won two students copies of an NCTJ textbook.