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Voice Training - attention Year 2s and MAs

Jan
16

Year 2s - voice training will start next Monday - the 23rd. (Sorry for the confusion about this morning.) I will put a rota on the UG newsroom door on Wednesday - please make a note of your scheduled date and time slot.

International MAs - a few of you are still to have your voice traning. This will be on Friday afternoons at 3.15pm - a rota is going on your newsroom door on Wednesday.   

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NCTJ Law revision - attention Year 2s and PGs

Jan
16

Don't forget we have a final NCTJ Law session on Wednesday January 18th from 2 - 4pm in the large UG newsroom. This is for both groups and replaces this Friday's usual law sessions. Please remember to bring with you the Christmas holiday test paper (Jan 2016). And a reminder that teaching for the NCTJ Court Reporting module starts on Friday January 27th - same times, same rooms as last term. If you intend to take this module please make every effort to attend ALL the Friday sessions as we are on a tight schedule.

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NCTJ Law - attention Year 2s and MAs

Dec
13

There is an Essential Media Law test paper for you to pick up in Anastasia's office. Please use this as your revision during the Christmas break and we will go through it in the class we are holding on January 18th at 2pm in the UG newsroom. REMEMBER - this replaces your normal Friday class that week. There WILL be NCTJ law classes this Friday - the 16th - for anybody who's finding all this Christmas stuff a bit much and needs an hour or so of sanity. Of a kind.........

  

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NCTJ Law - attention Year 2s

Nov
23

Don't forget to bring with you to Friday's NCTJ law session your McNae AND the exam test paper I gave out last week. In the interests of the environment, no more will be photocopied! 

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NCTJ Law revision sessions

May
30

Just a reminder for those taking NCTJ law exams next week that there are two revision sessions this Wednesday - June 1st. Both in the small newsroom - Essential Media Law from 1.30 - 3pm and Court Reporting from 3.15 - 4.45pm. 

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Sensational NCTJ court reporting results Part 2

Apr
25

And just to add one more to the list of people who gained A grades - well done to Evie Dryden!

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NCTJ Court Reporting - practice papers

Mar
07

If you're taking the NCTJ Court Reporting exam on Weds March 16th you can pick up a test paper from Anastasia's office. The papers are in a blue box file marked "Sarah" and are called "Sample 1". These are the papers for you to do in your own time if you wish. NOTE: our final Court Reporting sessions are still running this Friday at the usual times.   

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Congratulations on NCTJ law exam results

Mar
02

Congratulations to the many CfJ students who passed January's NCTJ Essential Media Law and Regulation exam. We had a pass rate of 88 % which is really good going. Special mention to the four students - Louisa Britton, Kishan Koria, Evie Dryden and Devina Serebour - who gained Grade A and very well done to all.    

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Year 2s - NCTJ Court Reporting replacement session

Feb
08

There will be an NCTJ Court Reporting session in the UG newsroom on Wednesday February 17th from 3.15 - 4.45pm - just after the mock Broadcast exam. This is to replace the session we will lose on Friday February 19th because of the Year 2 Online newsday. Please make every effort to come.    

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Voice Training - attention Year 2s

Jan
27

Please look at the voice training rota pinned on the UG newsroom door and note your session date and time. Due to the high numbers this year, voice training will be happening on Wednesday afternoons as well as Friday afternoons. It's really important that you arrange a swop if your date is really difficult for you. Thank you! 

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