100% of final year journalism trainees on our first-ever undergraduate degree programme have passed their 100wpm shorthand exam.
An inspirational blind NCTJ trainee journalist has passed her 100 words-per-minute Braille shorthand exam at News Associates.
If you are considering becoming a journalist, or indeed, if you are in the early stages of your journalism career, then I recommend reading the following titles. Believe me, they make a nice change from pouring over McNae’s and Cartwright, writes News Associates Manchester part-time trainee Gemma Corby.
Where are they now? A News Associates graduate turned Stephen Lawrence trainee reporter tells his story
Now that I’m loving life as a trainee reporter for the Daily Mail, it’s worth looking back on all the lessons I learned at News Associates, writes Kumail Jaffer.
We are living in very strange times thanks to COVID-19, that much is undeniable, so News Associates NCTJ trainee and South West Londoner journalist Jack Graham has done some research on the best ways to manage your mental health during this time.
Our newsrooms may have fallen uncharacteristically silent but News Associates trainees certainly haven’t – but would you expect anything else?