A great tradition of training

First day of the course for Spring 2018

First day of the course for Spring 2018 class

Press Association Training has a proud history of training many of the UK's leading journalists. Our NCTJ course has been around since 1969.

Our magazine journalism course has a 30-year record of developing the very best journalists in the business.

The sports course is much younger, but has already made its mark as the place to do sports journalism.

The Press Association is the national news agency of the UK and Ireland and since 1868 has been providing a continuous stream of news to our clients, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.Now we have three distinct foundation training routes into the industry; news, sport and magazines. 

As well as that, we provide a huge range of bespoke and short courses, one or two days, to companies all over the world. www.pressassociation.com/training/

With the strength of the PA Group behind it, its great links to the industry and vast knowledge of all sectors of the media, there is no better place to learn your craft.

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First day of the course for Spring 2018

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Testimonial

Olawale Kuponipe

"I credit all of my journalistic knowledge and skills to the tutors and fellow journalists I met at the Press Association. It has definitely held me in good stead during my Sports traineeship at PA which I was lucky to get straight after the course. The Press Association took a chance on me and I haven't looked back since."

Olawale Kuponipe // Trainee Sports Journalist, PA

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