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…
The Awards for Excellence 2022 are open for entries.
Diversity in journalism has come under scrutiny in a new report published by the NCTJ, examining the characteristics of UK journalists.
Twelve candidates have been rewarded for achieving the best results in the 2020-21 NCTJ Diploma in Journalism exams.
Forbes is today announced as the latest supporter of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF). The global media company comes on board following a fundraising drive in 2021 which successfully raised the annual value of the fund to £500,000. The…
The NCTJ has launched a free, interactive e-learning course on court reporting restrictions, delivered via the Journalism Skills Academy (JSA).
The best performing NCTJ-accredited courses are being celebrated as the NCTJ announces the course performance awards for 2020-21.
Student, trainee and apprentice journalists have been honoured in this year’s NCTJ Awards for Excellence, sponsored by News UK.
Three awards which celebrate innovation and diversity in journalism education and training were presented at the NCTJ Awards for Excellence, sponsored by News UK.
Karen Ballam, NCTJ chief examiner for shorthand, has been honoured for her outstanding contribution to journalism training and education with the NCTJ chairman’s award.