Journalism.co.uk organises open and in-house training courses for reporters, editors, freelancers, communications professionals and anyone interested in publishing digital content.
The training courses focus on the latest tools and techniques with an emphasis on practical, hands-on learning, and the skills we currently cover include analytics, data storytelling, social media strategies, podcasting, SEO, copywriting, online video and more.
We're currently in the process of refreshing our training course catalogue and expanding into new areas, with the view to start organising new workshops from September.
If you are a journalism trainer based near London or able to travel to London easily and would like to get involved to design and lead new one-day courses in partnership with Journalism.co.uk, get in touch by emailing email@example.com with your bio and key areas of expertise.
Our one-day courses usually take place in London near London Bridge, and we are looking for workshops consolidating important digital skills for storytellers.
If you are a UK based journalism/digital media trainer and would like to work with us on our in-house training offering, get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your bio and a comprehensive list of courses you have previously taught and key topics of expertise.
Our in-house training courses are tailored upon request, so we are looking to cover a broad range of skills needed in the modern media organisation.
Got questions about our training, want to suggest a new topic for a workshop, or want to book a tailored, bespoke course? Send us your feedback or request on one of the email addresses above.
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