NCTJ Launches Survey For Journalist Training Development
The National Council for the Training of Journalists has launched a survey for working journalists to capture their views on the skills they would like to develop, to ensure the Journalism Skills Academy remains “as relevant to the needs of journalists as possible.”
The NCTJ said: “The National Council for the Training of Journalists has launched the Journalism Skills Academy to provide a one-stop shop for journalists, at all stages in their careers, to advance their knowledge of the industry.
“It brings together in a single place the range of skill development services that the NCTJ offers.
“The NCTJ wants to make sure that the offer of the JSA is as relevant to the needs of journalists as possible. To that end, it wants your views on what skills development you would want to see provided and in what way.”
The NCTJ launched its online platform, the Journalism Skills Academy last year. It focuses on developing skills in journalism and providing learning opportunities for those at all stages of their career.
The survey only takes a few minutes to complete. All responses are treated confidentially, and individuals will not be identifiable.