Ability Today Journalism Diploma

Ability Today Journalism Diploma

An opportunity to join the accessible Ability Today Journalism Diploma.

We were delighted to be contacted by Grant Logan, the founder of Ability Today. Having survived a life-changing accident himself, Grant wanted to unlock the potential of disabled individuals of all ages and embodies the  organisation’s unwavering dedication.

Our mission is to spotlight what people with disabilities can do, rather than what they can’t  Grant Logan – Founder of Ability Today

Grant was excited to announce that the doors for the Academy for Disabled Journalists (ADJ) Diploma Course in partnership with the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) are now open for disabled individuals for the third year.

This initiative aims to break down barriers in the media industry and make journalism more inclusive. Ability Today are offering accessible online classes, featuring a wide range of topics such as reporting, writing, editing, and multimedia journalism, all while accommodating the unique needs and challenges faced by disabled students.

Empowering Disabled Individuals to Shine in Media and Journalism: Ability Today Journalism Diploma – a Trailblazing Opportunity

Are you a person with a disability, or know someone driven by a passion for journalism? Ability Today, the ground-breaking social enterprise dedicated to empowering disabled individuals, is thrilled to unveil a golden opportunity for disabled people of all ages from across the UK to embark on a journey into the world of media and journalism.

With an unparalleled commitment to inclusivity, Ability Today has already enabled over 80 disabled individuals to upskill and transition into successful media careers.

Now, the doors are wide open for even more to join this extraordinary movement. Limited spots are available for the prestigious and highly sought-after Diploma in Journalism, offered in collaboration with the Academy for Disabled Journalists and accredited by the esteemed National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ). The introductory level Certificate in Foundation Journalism is also available through their academy.

This sounds like such a wonderful idea and enterprise – we are so grateful to Grant for creating this great opportunity for people with disabilities to train and work alongside non-disabled and for bringing it to our attention.

If you’re interested in investigating further, you’ll find more information in the Press Release, which you can access via a link below.

You will also find links to the Ability Today Academy Page and a short promotional video about the course via links at the bottom of this page.

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Ability Today Journalism Diploma

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