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1 NCTJ Diploma in Journalism The NCTJ Diploma in Journalism is designed to equip trainee journalists with the essential skills required to develop their careers to become professional journalists. The qualification aims to meet the needs of employers and to provide trainees with the basic knowledge and skills for entry level journalism. The fundamental skills of high quality journalism in converged newsrooms are the heart of the Diploma in Journalism. The programmes of study are designed to equip candidates with the skills they need for multi-platform journalism whether it be in newspapers, magazines, online, television or radio. All the leading employers across all media sectors as well as education and training providers were consulted on the structure and content of the diploma. Each subject in the diploma has a high profile, experienced and respected chief examiner. To gain the diploma, all candidates MUST complete the five mandatory subjects the core skills for all journalists plus at least two of the specialist options. The mandatory subjects are: Reporting; Essential Public Affairs; Essential Media Law and Regulation; Shorthand; and E-portfolio. These are the skills that the journalists require and therefore keep doors open to developing a career in all media and any journalism jobs. Specialist options are: Media Law: Court Reporting; Video Journalism for Online; Production Journalism; Sports Journalism; Business of Magazines; Broadcast Journalism and Business and Finance Journalism. Not all journalists require all these skills in-depth, and so the NCTJ has provided a flexible choice of options for centres and candidates. This Diploma qualification can be gained by attending an NCTJ-accredited course, by training on-thejob and by distance learning. Some approved exam centres offer their students the opportunity to sit NCTJ exams, but this training is not accredited by the NCTJ. Anyone can sit the Diploma in Journalism exams on the national dates held twice a year in April and November (specialist options are sometimes held the following month in May and December). Note that NCTJ-accredited courses must deliver the mandatory core skills subjects and at least two specialist options. Centres can choose which options they offer students and this will vary depending on the course and the type of centre. If a centre doesn t offer an option as part of their course offering, it may be available for study by distance learning.

2 Reporting Reporting is an essential skill for journalists and the NCTJ s syllabus covers multi-platform reporting for newspapers, magazines, online, television and radio journalism. This includes a practical understanding of news, news gathering, effective interviewing, creating different types of news stories, different ways of consuming news, using interactivity, basic sub-editing, and reporting safely. Students and trainees need to master the skill of being able to write clean copy that is accurate and engaging. The programme of study has eight units: 1. News gathering 2. Interviewing 3. Writing and creating news stories 4. Reporting scenarios and writing different types of story 5. How news is consumed 6. Using interactivity 7. Production journalism 8. Other essentials including health and safety and freelancing Trainees need to be able to create news reports for more than one platform to an exacting standard. This includes high standards of grammar, spelling and punctuation. Candidates are required to sit a two and a half hour examination, taken on computer, which assesses their multimedia reporting skills. Creating accurate material for publication across different platforms within the required length and to deadline is an essential skill of journalism. The aim of the news reporting assessment is to ensure a trainee journalist: Can recognise, obtain and select important, relevant and newsworthy facts from written and verbal sources Can use techniques including social media, reader polls, message boards, forums, reader comments to develop stories and a dialogue with readers, viewers and listeners Can create accurate, clear, vigorous and balanced reports in a form that will attract and interest the reader, viewer or listener. The reports must be legally safe and adhere to industry codes of practice and/or guidelines Can identify ethical considerations relating to a story Can demonstrate a sufficient standard of skill to work in a converged newsroom Can demonstrate an ability to write for a number of platforms Can follow up a story naming valid sources and question areas, and identify appropriate picture, online video opportunities and other digital publication ideas The exam is a test of the candidate s news sense, ability to select and prioritise key facts and quotes, and writing skills for different platforms. Marks are awarded for content, accuracy, use of language, a good angle and introduction, story structure, and the choice and use of quotes. The ability to develop a story, to identify relevant sources and questions and identify the ethical considerations of a story is also tested.

3 E-portfolio Journalists are increasingly expected to work across a range of platforms. Newsrooms, to a greater or lesser extent, exploit a wide range of techniques to publish news and information. The portfolio is a candidate s opportunity to demonstrate a range of work and, preferably, work that has been published across different platforms. The aim of this assessment is to ensure trainee journalists can demonstrate they have the skills required in the reporting programme of study (see above) and it complements the reporting examination. When the portfolio is complete it will include: Ten pieces of journalism, presented on any platform Stories and features are assessed on content, structure, accuracy, relevancy, and that they demonstrate a good understanding of the subject. They should also be relevant to the chosen publishing platform. They should be captivating and draw the reader to the subject. There should be clear evidence of initiative in sourcing the story. Marks are awarded for range of content. Any ethical, legal and/or regulatory considerations must be identified on the coversheet for each story submitted. If there believed to be none, this must be stated. Marks are awarded for consideration of these issues in candidate stories. The portfolio is viewed and completed online via candidates personal log-in area on the NCTJ website. Candidates may download the complete portfolio as a zip file which also produces an NCTJbranded cover sheet. The completed portfolio will be a useful demonstration of a candidate s ability and experience to potential employers and, if you are a pre-entry student, help you in the search for your first job. Shorthand Shorthand is an extremely valuable skill for the competent journalist. The NCTJ s gold standard is to achieve at least 100 words per minute (wpm) and to be able to identify a newsworthy quote. The exam format has been developed to test listening skills as well as accuracy and speed. The programme of study includes the following units: 1. Journalism terminology and English grammar and punctuation 2. Detailed use and knowledge of Teeline shorthand, an industry recognised system of notetaking by hand 3. Development of shorthand vocabulary, special outlines/short forms and word grouping/phrases 4. Listening and memorising techniques 5. Planning and organising work within deadlines 6. Identification of key quotes

4 The syllabus enables learners to acquire the skills required for reporting accurately using Teeline, an industry recognised system of shorthand. They can gain the ability to take down the spoken word verbatim at a range of speeds 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110 and 120wpm and to produce an accurate transcript within an error tolerance of three per cent. In addition, trainees must identify and accurately transcribe a key quote at speeds of 90 to 120wpm. Essential Public Affairs It is still widely accepted that professional journalists should have a broad understanding of how government works at a local and national level, how they link together, where news stories come from and how to develop such stories. Public affairs learning should be integrated with practical journalism and trainees must have an awareness of current news issues related to public affairs. The syllabus does not require time to be spent on the rote learning of excessive and esoteric detail. It aims to be relevant to all sectors of the media based on what trainees need to know and the skills they need to acquire. The programme of study has four units: 1. Controlling power: local government; the constitution, monarchy and devolution; the executive; the legislature; and Europe 2. Holding the government to account, controlling information, and the right to know including: elections; and access to information and freedom of information 3. Controlling money including: local government finance; the treasury and economics; and business and industry 4. Key services: education, national health service, children and adult services, planning, development control and housing, welfare, police and public protection There are three different programmes of study and examinations for: England and Wales; Scotland; and Northern Ireland. However, trainees should have a broad understanding across all the nations. Candidates are required to sit a one hour 45 minute examination which assesses their knowledge of public affairs and its practical application to the job of a journalist Essential Media Law and Regulation It is vital that all journalists know the legal and regulatory boundaries of what they can and cannot report. This covers both the Press Complaints Commission and Ofcom codes of practice. The media law essentials in the programme of study cover the following: 1. Basic knowledge of the law including the courts 2. Contempt and related matters 3. Anonymity 4. Accuracy 5. Defamation and related matters

5 6. Copyright 7. Confidentiality 8. Disclosure of confidential sources 9. Privacy and misuse of private information 10. Other ethical (including regulatory) considerations Assessment is by a two and a half hour examination which assesses candidates knowledge of media law and its practical application. There are three different programmes of study and examinations: England and Wales; Scotland; and Northern Ireland. Trainees should have a general understanding of the main differences in the law across the nations. Trainees must be able to apply the law to the job of a journalist. Media law knowledge should be good in theory but more importantly well-grounded in the day-to-day practicalities of working in a multimedia newsroom and reporting across platforms. Professional journalists should have a basic understanding of court reporting even if it is not part of their role. More in-depth and comprehensive court reporting skills are catered for in the specialist option (see below). Media Law Court Reporting This specialist court reporting option builds on the introduction to court reporting in the essential media law syllabus. It covers court reporting restrictions, regulatory and ethical considerations. Those who wish to focus on hard news for any platform are advised to choose this option. Courts remain an excellent source for stories and those with good court reporting skills will stand out in the newsroom even if there is little day-to-day coverage of the courts. The programme of study includes: contempt and related matters; juveniles, children and young persons; sexual offences; open justice (and exceptions); challenging court orders to restrict reporting and exclude the press; coroners courts; and defamation related to courts and inquests. Assessment is by a one and a half hour examination which assesses knowledge and application of media law related to court reporting. Videojournalism for Online This option is designed to enable candidates to produce short, focused video reports for use online on news websites. Creativity is encouraged but work should be to industry standards. There are four study units: 1. Equipment and techniques 2. Videojournalism and news gathering 3. Interviewing 4. Regulation and compliance

6 Candidates are required to sit a two hour video-editing examination which assesses their basic editing and reporting skills. The exam asks candidates to produce a 200-word lead story with two separate items of video, plus a second 100-word story with one separate item of video for a news website from given background information. Headlines and rationale are required for both. The aims of the assessments are to ensure trainee journalists: Understand the basic techniques used in videojournalism, the equipment and software used and scripting. Can create accurate, clear, vigorous and balanced reports that will attract and interest the viewer Understand basic practical elements of telling any story in audio-visual form Understand the relevant legal and regulatory matters Demonstrate a sufficient standard of skill to work in a newsroom Candidates are also required to complete a coursework submission for the videojournalism module which forms the other 40 per cent of the overall module mark. The coursework assesses their basic ability to create a video package of not more than three minutes duration that has been created entirely by the themselves. Coursework must include a text element of approximately words, with an appropriate online headline and an indication that video is available. A rationale of approximately 100 words must be provided explaining their editorial decisions, showing an awareness of any ethical and/or legal issues. Production Journalism This specialist sub-editing option builds on the introduction to editing in the reporting syllabus. The programme of study has ten study units: 1. Roles of the sub-editor 2. Desktop publishing 3. Subbing news stories 4. Subbing different types of stories 5. Sub-editing proof-reading online material 6. Headline writing 7. Typography 8. Pictures and captions 9. Proof reading 10. Design Candidates submit a piece of coursework and sit a two hour on-screen sub-editing exam. They can choose either the news or magazine assessments. In the exam, candidates have to edit one page lead, three fillers and listings as well as writing an online headline and a proof reading exercise.

7 For the coursework, news candidates should submit a tabloid news page subbed and designed solely by themselves. Magazine candidates produce a double page spread using an appropriate mix of stories, features, reviews, listings, factfiles or info panels written by themselves or their colleagues. Sports Journalism The sports journalism option takes the principles of general news reporting covered in reporting and applies them to the full range of sports reporting skills. The programme of study ensures candidates can produce different types of story for all platforms required at each point in the sports news cycle; from preview through live report to inquest. It equips trainees with sufficient understanding of sports politics and sports public affairs to be able to report on a wide range of issues relating to sport - issues that often spill over into news reports. It also covers the other main situations in which sports journalists operate, including attending press conferences and conducting interviews. Sports features are also covered. Sports Journalism focuses on three main sports football, cricket and rugby (both union and league) but also introduces candidates to the coverage of a range of other sports. Knowledge of sports and sporting organisations is also tested. This syllabus also covers editing in order to equip sports reporters to be able to publish material without reference to editors and to turn their hand to production at busy times. The exam is divided in to two parts. For part one, candidates will watch a football match and will produce a match report filing 250 words within 5 minutes of the final whistle. Candidates will then have a further 30 minutes to produce a 200-word match report using quotes from managers and/or players, supplied to them at the final whistle. For part two, candidates complete a one hour written paper; producing a 200 word round-up, a sports interview and a sports handout. Business of Magazines This option is designed to give trainees a thorough understanding of the magazine industry and how magazines work. The programme of study covers the distinction between B2B and consumer magazines, and delves into key types of consumer magazines including general consumer and specialist consumer, as well as regional and local consumer magazines. Trainees gain an understanding of magazines in terms of market sector and audience. Revenue models, budgets including editorial budgets methods of distribution, advertising, marketing, printing processes, circulation and distribution are all explored. Assessment is by a one and a half hour examination in which candidates answer three compulsory questions covering the full syllabus. The aim of the assessment is to ensure trainee magazine journalists:

8 1. Can demonstrate a thorough understanding of the structure of the magazine industry 2. Understand the different requirements of and audiences for business to business and a range of consumer magazines 3. Appreciate how magazines work as businesses, and are aware of their main sources of revenue 4. Have a full awareness of the place of editorial in the overall structure of a magazine 5. Understand the functions and importance of departments including marketing and advertising, and how editorial must work with them to the benefit of the magazine 6. Understand the magazine production process Broadcast Journalism This double module covers the additional skills required to operate effectively as a broadcast journalist in television and radio. Trainees will learn how to research, write and produce high-quality reports for radio and television. It will also instil a degree of familiarity with the technology, techniques, language and regulation of broadcast journalism and teach some practical skills. It should reflect the best current practice in broadcast newsrooms in the UK. The aim of the broadcast journalism assessment is to ensure trainee broadcast journalists: can research and write clear, accurate, compliant and engaging stories for radio and television understand the techniques of interviewing for broadcast and can conduct a simple broadcast interview themselves can demonstrate familiarity with the basic techniques and technology of broadcast newsgathering, including the sourcing of material have an awareness of the basic set-up of radio and television news studios and can operate simple radio and television equipment can show a good working knowledge of the key principles of broadcast regulation as laid out in the Ofcom Broadcasting Code are familiar with the language and terminology of a broadcast newsroom. In writing, good grammar, spelling and punctuation will be expected. Work will be legally sound and comply with broadcast regulation. The programme of study covers: writing for broadcast; voice training; interviewing; newsgathering and digital media; broadcast production techniques including editing and graphics; broadcast regulation; the language and terminology of broadcasting; and how news is consumed. Candidates are required to submit one piece of coursework, take two practical, timed tests and sit a one-hour broadcast regulation exam.

9 Business and Finance Journalism The business and finance option takes the principles of general news reporting covered in the reporting syllabus and applies them to the full range of business and finance reporting. Trainees should be aware that business and finance reporters need excellent contacts to break exclusive stories, be able to write attention-grabbing features, analytical features and interview major business and finance figures. Live, breaking news is an important element of reporting in this sector with a need to file copy in a series of takes for various platforms as the story unfolds. At press conferences, it is important to be able to challenge any business and finance changes to explore how this will affect, staff, unions and the public. The programme of study reflects the converged newsrooms found in much of the UK and the need for journalists to write and create reports for more than one platform during the course of a working day. An understanding of the full range of online devices is needed, including those detailing how stories are presented online, plus knowledge of tagging and search engine optimisation. Candidates should understand how to deal with user generated content. It ensures candidates can produce the different types of story for all platforms required from each part of the business and finance news discipline: i.e. from the annual results of major plcs to the differences between administration and bankruptcy for small businesses; from analysing new jobs created by major investments to clearly explaining the implications of interest rate changes and a chancellor s budget for the general public; and from the background to the recent international banking and financial crisis to the ways in which major currency changes in Europe can affect average members of the UK population. It equips candidates with sufficient understanding of both domestic and international politics and economics to be able to report on a wide range of issues relating to business and finance, and to do so with the ability to humanise complex subjects, making them accessible to a general audience. It also covers the other main situations in which business and finance writers operate, including the analysis of financial reports, developing and operating a wide range of informative contacts for stories away from the traditional PR cycle. Business and finance features are also covered. Business and Finance Journalism focuses on all the macro areas of the discipline, such as the history, background and current state of the global banking and financial crisis. But it also introduces candidates to the coverage of the subject at a very micro level, for example the emerging Local Enterprise Partnerships to drive regeneration in regional areas. A thorough knowledge of business and finance organisations is also tested. As with all reporting, trainees should create stories that are 100 per cent accurate, legally and ethically sound, do not breach any codes of conduct/practice/compliance, are grammatically correct, meet style guidelines, and are free of ambiguity and inconsistencies.

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