Level up your skill set and give yourself an original edge. Our free Journalism Now online interactive courses are designed and led by industry experts with most courses also supporting your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The first course to be developed for the JTI Campus, it’s designed to help to equip you to navigate the issues and develop your own policy on AI.
Available via the Telegram app, with the help of chemical and biological weapons expert Hamish de Bretton-Gordon.
Telegram курс розроблений Фондом Томсона та експертом з хімічної та біологічної зброї Хаміша де Бреттон-Гордона.
Our new course is available on smartphones via the encrypted messaging app Telegram in Ukrainian and English.
Наш новий курс доступний на смартфонах через додаток для зашифрованих повідомлень Telegram українською та англійською мовами.
CPD hours: 6
Learn about the ever-changing media landscape and how to customise your stories
CPD hours: 6
Use your smartphone to produce more professional quality cross-platform content
CPD hours: 4
Create your own journalistic philosophy and see how important it is to treat sources with respect
Investigate local environmental stories and their possible links to climate change.
Ahora disponible en español
Periodismo ambiental | Por qué lo local importa: Las fuentes
Cover environmental stories and address climate change in a way that engages audiences.
Visit the dedicated environmental journalism area on our website for course information, learning videos and expert insight.
Learn how to stay safe online and when facing physical threats and intimidation.
In collaboration with Africa No Filter, a course designed to give you a fresh approach to telling stories about Africa. There's also an opportunity to have your story published.
News Writing: The art of storytelling
Learn how to write news stories in an effective and engaging way led by award-winning journalist Ewen MacAskill.
The Pulitzer prize-winning team that brought you the Edward Snowden story reveal the secrets to great journalism.
The third in our storytelling series from Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Ewen MacAskill is packed with ideas to help you write incisive, illuminating and intelligent news analysis.
Investigative journalism in Rwanda
Hone your investigative skills with our brand-new course for journalists working in Rwanda (Kinyarwanda language.)
Isomo ry'itangazamakuru ricukumbuye mu Rwanda
Tyaza ubumenyi bwawe mu itangazamakuru ricukumbuye wiga isomo ryacu rishya ryateguriwe abanyamakuru bakorera mu Rwanda. Iri somo riboneka mu rurimi rw’Ikinyarwanda.
Our Journalism Now programme is a series of CPD-accredited online interactive courses designed and led by industry experts providing the latest in digital and multimedia skills. The global learning environment gives exclusive access to live training and mentoring sessions, run by leading journalists, and a unique knowledge-sharing community platform.
"It is one of the best platforms for journalists willing to expand their knowledge and learn about other aspects of the profession. You also get a certificate!"
– Meehika, India
"My goal was to learn how to build trust in my community with my reporting. The course was straight to the point regarding how a journalist can earn the trust of his/her community by being visible and authentic."
– Irene, Cameroon
"The delivery of the content was great. The instructor explained things clearly and showed us examples, which we could emulate in our own work. I especially liked how the courses featured views from a wide range of journalists or media organisations, such as the BBC and BuzzFeed."
– Imani, South Africa
"The mobile journalism course really improved my knowledge and skills. The trainer is well experienced and the course is interactive."
– Masbahur, Indonesia