The College of Journalism, part of the BBC Academy, oversees training for the BBC’s entire editorial staff.
This website focuses on best practice in core editorial skills, and offers an overview of specialist areas as well as legal and ethical issues.
It is a site about BBC journalism for BBC journalists, but is available to everyone.
There’s so much more to the European Union than summits and budgets, as the BBC’s Europe editor, Gavin Hewitt, explained at this event
A major event in New York in which leading journalists, editors and news organisations debated the impact and influence of social media on the mainstream media
The conversational format of a political two-way can help explain the subtleties of a story. The News Channel's chief political correspondent, Norman Smith, outlines his approach
Our tips on the different places to start your career in BBC journalism
How to apply for the BBC’s award-winning scheme for new journalists
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