A new specialist bursary in partnership with the Football Writers’ Association (FWA) has been awarded by the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
The NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Academy (JSA) has launched two new e-learning courses in response to two of the biggest stories that continue to dominate the news agenda – business and economics and climate change. In the week that Chancellor Jeremy…
For community reporter Eve McLachlan, it has been a real adjustment to living in the Western Isles and reporting on its remote communities. The 24-year-old, who works for the Press and Journal, originally moved to the island chain off the…
A new raft of community reporters say they have uncovered hidden gems as they engage with people whose stories are normally left untold.
Sean Dooley, chair of the NCTJ’s quality assurance and standards committee, has died.
Community reporters have learnt cutting-edge skills and social media tools for news-gathering and promotion at a bootcamp run by Meta. Reporters recruited through the Community News Project were invited to a three-day virtual bootcamp, which ended today, to grow their…
Journalists, lawyers and educators celebrated a united “fight for open justice” at the launch event for McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists.
Five NCTJ alumni have participated in a reporting tour of the United States, thanks to a partnership between the U.S. Embassy in London and the Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
Laura Adams, director of content development at Archant, is to become head of the Journalism Skills Academy at the NCTJ in a new role.
The NCTJ has published a best practice guide for work experience and internships for journalism employers, in a bid to tackle inequality.
Innovation and progress to meet the needs of today’s journalists continues to be the purpose of the NCTJ as it celebrates 70 years of quality journalism training.