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.
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.
The NCTJ has joined forces with the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC) and the Periodicals Training Council (PTC) to help develop multi-media journalism training.
Following the success of last year’s inaugural Student Council, it is to become a permanent fixture in the NCTJ calendar.
‘Maturity, passion and confidence’ were the bywords of how to get a job in journalism, editors agreed at the NCTJ’s Student Council meeting in London on Friday.
Knowing about public affairs is more relevant to journalists today than ever before. That was the message from Kim Fletcher, NCTJ chairman, at the launch of a new book on the subject in London today.
The NCTJ has appointed the Essex Chronicle’s community editor as its new head of accreditation.