By Press Gazette 05 March 7:30
Some of the UK's biggest employers of journalists have signed up to a new government apprenticeship scheme and will work together to develop a new national set of standards for journalism trainees.
By Jack Fenwick 03 March 16:22
After criticism that the Corporation isn't diverse enough, a new journalism apprenticeship scheme is to be launched by the BBC later this year.
By Darren Boyle 25 February 10:50
The Scottish government is backing a scheme developed by the National Union of Journalists to employ up to 50 new apprentices in the media industry.
By Press Gazette 30 January 16:22
Here available again as a free digital magazine is Press Gazette's 2012 guide to journalism training.
News UK launches News Academy for sixth formers as part of 'core purpose' to find 'sustainable model' for journalismBy Jimmy Nicholls 30 January 10:10
News UK last night launched a 'News Academy' which invites sixth formers around the UK to learn more about becoming a journalist.
Fancy being mentored by Rageh Omaar or Fergal Keane? John Schofield trust applications close on FridayBy Jimmy Nicholls 28 January 16:48
The John Schofield Trust has announced its list of mentors for 2014, including the BBC’s Fergal Keane, ITV’s Rageh Omaar and Sky’s Michelle Clifford.
By Natasha Clark 18 December 14:14
Sixty-two percent of candidates taking the National Qualification in Journalism passed to become qualified as senior reporters
By Darren Boyle 08 November 13:54
Top journalists from the Sun, The Times and Sunday Times will be visiting their old schools in a bid to encourage teenagers to consider becoming journalists.
School-leaver reveals how she turned down university place to take up journalism apprenticeship with ArchantBy Darren Boyle 07 October 12:35
Archant has appointed its first teenage apprentice journalist as part of a pioneering new training scheme.
Alan Geere returns after Ugandan adventure as head of news journalism at Southampton Solent UniversityBy Darren Boyle 02 October 17:03
Veteran journalist Alan Geere has been appointed head of news Journalism at Southampton Solent university.
By Press Gazette 26 September 16:01
The i has welcomed its first three apprentices as part of a new National Council for the Training of Journalists scheme to encourage school-leavers into the trade.
By Press Gazette 25 September 16:06
The Guardian has scrapped plans to launch a journalism MA in association with Cardiff University.
By Press Gazette 23 September 14:24
The NCTJ Journalism Diversity Fund has now helped more than 150 aspiring journalists fund their training.
By Kingston University 04 September 10:19
Kingston's journalism courses are among the best in the country. In terms of student satisfaction, employment of graduates, starting salaries and making journalism the most interesting it can be, we believe we can't be beaten. Our courses offer you the chance to learn the skills and knowledge you need to be a professional journalist or publisher.
By Louise Ashwell 16 August 12:38
As students across the country received their A-Level results yesterday, the annual debate on the worthiness of undergraduate journalism courses raged on.
Northcliffe South East research suggests most journalism trainees leave local newspapers within five yearsBy William Turvill 14 August 8:28
Less than half of the 60 trainee journalists who joined Northcliffe South East between 2008 and 2011 are still working in local papers.
By Louise Ashwell 09 August 11:07
Want to work in journalism? So does everyone else. The Society of Editors has just launched a new section on its website to shed some light on what editors expect from applicants. Here are Press Gazette’s ten favourite pointers:
By Dominic Ponsford 07 August 10:10
Some 50 journalists have qualified as senior reporters after passing the National Qualification in Journalism.
By Gabriel Samuels 26 July 10:16
Journalism courses at Sunderland, Lincoln, Grimsby and Lambeth have been awarded accreditation by the NCTJ, taking the number of accredited courses to 80
By William Turvill 25 July 13:22
The Sun has named two winners of its sports journalism training scholarship after originally intending to offer the opportunity, worth £7,500, to one person.