Representatives from this year’s Student Council attended the NCTJ’s June board meeting to give their views about their training and qualifications.
A video promoting the importance of shorthand for professional journalists has been unveiled at the NCTJ’s shorthand seminar.
The Guardian’s Chris Elliott told delegates at the NCTJ shorthand seminar on Friday it is vital for journalism students to achieve 100 wpm to give them the best possible start in the industry.
The shortlist for the first round of Journalism Diversity Fund bursaries has now been announced.
Senior editors from The Guardian and Sky Sports News will address the NCTJ’s annual shorthand seminar on the need to promote 100wpm shorthand achievement.
Two former Journalism Diversity Fund recipients have achieved senior reporter status after passing the first ever National Qualification for Journalists (NQJ) exam.
Dan Cooper, a former Journalism Diversity Fund recipient, has secured a work placement with Sky Sports News.
Khaleda Rahman is the first Journalism Diversity Fund recipient to take part in a new internship scheme.
The Journalism Diversity Fund is to work with Creative Access to support the new internship scheme.