Harlow College: Come and find out more about journalism
Education: Secondary / Tue 2nd Jul 2013 am31 09:09am
HARLOW COLLEGE is staging a Taster Event for the One-Year NCTJ (National Council for the Training of Journalists) course on Wednesday 3rd July.
There will be TWO sessions – 11.00am to 3.00pm and 5.00pm to 7.30pm. This event will showcase the modules on offer to students joining the course in September.
To confirm your attendance, please email [email protected] or call the team on 01279 868056
They are re-launching their highly successful NCTJ One Year Diploma in Journalism.
This is the course that Piers Morgan completed back in the 1980s, which set him on the road to fame and fortune.
It’s a comprehensive journalism course, regarded by many as a passport into the wonderful world of journalism. Most editors don’t hand out jobs unless candidates have gained this Diploma, as it encompasses vital skills including News Writing, TV and Radio Broadcasting, Journalism Law, and Shorthand.
What’s more, if you’ve just completed your A Levels and you’re under 19 this course is FREE of charge, saving thousands of pounds on university fees!
If you’re just completing your A Levels, come to their taster day and see their impressive facilities and meet the team, which includes journalists who have worked at the highest level, on national newspapers and magazines and main broadcast channel
The NCTJ diploma is an industry-recognised qualification that teaches skills in newspaper, magazine and broadcast journalism. The one-year course is aimed at students who have just completed their A Levels or BTECs and want to enter the journalism industry.