Our NCTJ multi-media journalism training course is quick, intense and run by journalism’s finest.
September 7, 2015
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Brighton Journalist Works have trained hundreds of journalists to gain their NCTJ qualifications and become working journalists.
Their success stories, (click here to view) speak volumes for our tutors and our industry experience.
Training here is unique, as it's in the offices of Brighton's daily newspaper - The Argus.
Newsquest Media (Publishers of The Argus) take a keen interest in the development of talented journalists and so hosting training is a perfect solution.
Journalists give a voice to those who need to be heard.
It is just as important those journalists come from a wide range of backgrounds. This is where the Journalism Diversity Fund comes in.
They are David Wilkins, Rachael Grealish and Emily Collis.
Della said: “”The JDF bursary put the NCTJ Diploma within my reach in financial terms.
“It also gave me a huge confidence boost – they thought I had the potential to become a successful journalist.
“My advice to those starting in September – get writing straight away, and remember your diversity can open doors.”
Emma said: “Without the bursary I couldn’t have afforded to join the course.
“I never expected to get one, but from the outset planned to enjoy every step of the journey for as long as it lasted. I enjoyed it and it lasted.
“The JDF opened up my world to new exciting and wonderful experiences before the NCTJ even began.
“It was the motivation to secure four work placements in papers and radio to experience the newsroom.
“Having had no experience of a newsroom since a week as a teenager more thanÂ years ago, I was amazed to even get a foot in the door. But I was accepted and enjoyed a full and broad experience.
“My interview at Talksport with editors of national papers and a celebratory lunch at the BBC in London were highlights I’ll never forget.
“It was a chance to see the BBC newsroom in full swing, be inspired by the achievements of past JDF recipients and network with people working in the national media.
“There have been tough moments but receiving the support of the JDF made me more determined to take every opportunity and give it my best.”