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 work of a well-known NCTJ Press Photography and Photojournalism tutor has been recognised with a lifetime achievement award.
Promising young journalists and photographers were today rewarded for their hard work and commitment when they received NCTJ Awards for Excellence in Journalism from Helen Boaden, the BBC’s director of news.
A new NCTJ shorthand textbook was launched today at the Society of Editors’ conference.
The editor of The Scotsman and the head of training at the BBC College of Journalism are among the leading figures making up a Question Time debate panel at the Journalism Skills Conference 2009.
The importance of shorthand as a core skill for all journalists was the subject of a Radio 4 broadcast interview this morning.
The number of NCTJ shorthand exams sat this year increased by 8 per cent, the third year in a row numbers have risen.
The NCTJ has tightened its examinations procedures following a complaint from a former Student Council representative who sat the same exam twice.
The vital skill of shorthand is set to be celebrated in a week of activities in November.
A former NCTJ student was last night announced The Times/Canon Young Photographer of the Year 2009 - the seventh time in eight years the title has been won by an NCTJ trained photographer.