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Sofiane Ziad feels like he is making a real difference as an editor for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Find out what the Brighton Journalist Works graduate is using the skills he learned on his #NCTJ  course.
Sofiane Ziad feels like he is making a real difference as an editor for Macmillan Cancer Support
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Training as a sub editor can boost your earning potential as it takes a journalist's skills to the next level.
Learn how to design an eye-catching page, write exciting headlines and discover the tricks of InDesign with expert tutors at Brighton Journalist Works.
Our seven-day intensive sub-editor training course finishes with the NCTJ's production journalism exam.
Improve your CV with a career-enhancing qualification now.
The next course begins on June 13.

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We asked seven top journalists for their New Year's resolutions.

Find out about them in our blog.
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Want to be a journalist? Writing for an @SPAJournalism publication? Enter our #NCTJ bursary competition.
Learn the skills you need at the top school of journalism in the south of England

Brighton Journalist Works school of journalism offers courses accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).

Since 2006 we have trained hundreds of journalists, in small classes, to gain their NCTJ qualifications. 

Their success stories, some of which you'll find here on our website, speak volumes for our tutors, our facilities and our industry experience.

Brighton Journalist Works has a team of highly-experienced journalism trainers. 

All our tutors are working journalists in newspapers, magazines, radio, television and online. 

We understand the needs of today's fast-moving media industry. 

We also have high-profile guest lecturers from national publications, radio and TV.

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