The NCTJ brought journalists, students, trainers and media organisations' representatives from around the country together to discuss equality, diversity and inclusion in the industry today (November 29).
The NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Academy launches new AI e-learning training course for journalists, PR professionals and content creators.
A local democracy reporter, who champions social issues in London, has revealed how support from the Journalism Diversity Fund helped kickstart her career.
Student representatives have been able to meet each other, quiz editors and give feedback to the NCTJ team at a Student Council webinar.
As workers from various industries in the UK’s economy have walked out over pay and conditions, community reporters have been keeping pace with developments and covering the impact on local people.
Editors, trainers and industry professionals will come together to scrutinise a new report examining diversity in journalism.
After students, trainee and apprentice journalists were honoured at the NCTJ’s Awards for Excellence earlier this month, we take a look at the winners who were working in roles funded by the Community News Project (CNP).
Journalism training has seen an “encouraging return to normality” as most teaching returned to face-to-face delivery, says the NCTJ’s principal examiner.
Community reporter Iona MacDonald was hired by Highland News and Media to enhance the stories about the rural areas in the north-west Highlands. She joined the scheme straight after completing her exams at Ullapool High School. Here she tells us of her experience covering the debate between the Scottish National Party’s leadership candidates.
A cohort of community reporters have come together for a training bootcamp to sharpen their story-writing skills.
The NCTJ is launching a new training resource on reporting on the Royal Family ahead of the King’s coronation in May.