The Journalism Skills Academy is launching new ‘lunch and learn’ and ‘teatime training’ sessions – for more information, click here.

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Journalism Diversity Fund success for more budding journalists

Shabana Adam, Toby Bakare, Lynsey Clarke, Olivia Heath, Madeleine Morgan, Jamie Nield-Siddall and Lucy Roue will study NCTJ-accredited courses at Press Association, University of Central Lancashire, News Associates, Liverpool Community College and Brunel University.

Archant to sponsor NCTJ shorthand award

Archant, the UK's largest independently-owned regional media business, is to sponsor the National Council for the Training of Journalists’ award for the best shorthand performance at 100 words per minute, underlining its commitment to quality journalism.

New shorthand workshops from the NCTJ

The NCTJ is running a series of one-day workshops for anyone who needs help with shorthand note-taking or needs to brush up their skills before sitting exams.

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