If you’re interested in a career in journalism our free, hands-on workshops will give you a glimpse into the industry and our award-winning NCTJ training.
Whether you’re just starting out or thinking of a career change, our practical sessions are suitable for those looking to get into news, sport, online or broadcast journalism.
At the news journalism workshops our editors will get you tackling a breaking news exercise and we’ll provide individual feedback on your stories.
Our sports journalism workshops are delivered alongside Sportsbeat – the UK’s leading sports news agency.
Please sign up for our free journalism workshops below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re in sixth form or are interested in our undergraduate degree, The School of Journalism, please sign up here.
- Wednesday December 13, 2023, 6:30-8:30pm (remote) – What it’s like to study part-time Q&A with trainees and grads BBC journalist and researcher Aisha Sembhi, The Big Issue reporter Greg Barradale, Times Radio producer Micaela Arneson and Journo Resources staff writer Hannah Bradfield
- Thursday January 4, 2024, 7pm-9:30pm (remote) – News journalism workshop
- Saturday January 27, 2024, 10am-1:30pm (in-person London) – News journalism workshop
- Tuesday January 30, 2024, 6:30pm-8:30pm (remote) – Sports journalism masterclass with MailOnline sports reporter Tum Balogun, Sky Sports News reporter Fadumo Olow, Formula 1 duty editor Alasdair Hooper and bunkered content producer Ben Parsons
- Tuesday February 28, 2024, 7pm-9:30pm (remote) – News journalism workshop
Please be aware our news journalism workshops are exactly the same session, so please only apply for one.
Our remote workshops are hosted on Zoom and our in-person events are held at either one of our newsrooms in London or Manchester.
“The School of Journalism’s masterclasses gave me a real insight into the intensity and sheer excitement of reporting. Their challenging tasks pushed me out of my comfort zone towards improvement, while the friendly tutors shared their wealth of industry knowledge through detailed feedback.”
Adam Wareing, School of Journalism alumnus