Court Reporting Module (NCTJ)Print Page
|Start date||September 2017|
This is a specialist court reporting option which covers court reporting restrictions, regulatory and ethical considerations.
Costs shown are per module
The minimum requirement is 5 GCSE passes with Grades A-C (including English and Maths). The majority of entrants have 'A’ levels or equivalent and/or are graduates.
Classroom-based sessions and independent learning.
Assessment is by a one and a half hour examination which assesses knowledge and application of media law related to court reporting.
On completion of the seven modules of the NCTJ Diploma in Journalism, and at least 18 months in the workplace as a trainee, students progress to the senior exams qualification NQJ.
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