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.
Trainee journalists across the country sat the National Certificate Examination (NCE) last week.
The unveiling of a new edition of a key text, a leading speaker from the legal world and prize-winning students make a packed programme for an upcoming media law seminar.
Three long-serving members of the NCTJ media law board were thanked for years of dedicated service as they received a fond farewell from colleagues.
Three students who have completed NCTJ-accredited courses met the training body’s board of directors to give their views last week.
Speed and accuracy were celebrated at the NCTJ’s Shorthand Seminar in London on Friday (5 June), as the annual shorthand prize winners were named.
“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.