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14 June 2017: This is the first stage of the three-part NUJ reps' training programme. After completing all three, you can feel confident that you have covered all you need to know to deal with your members’ day-to-day issues.
14 June 2017: The course is aimed at reps and members who have completed Stage 1. It further builds on the knowledge and skills needed to support and represent members at meetings.
12 June 2017: This a one-day event will start or reinvigorate your career in science journalism. It will cover pitching and freelancing skills, data and investigative journalism and it will allow for networking and meeting many editors.
23 May 2017: Pressure on journalists to use social media grows daily, but fast-changing criminal and civil case law makes this perilous terrain – learn how to tweet safely.
19 April 2017: Do you want to learn how to use the Freedom of Information Act? Are you already using the Act, but want to know more about how key provisions are being interpreted?
15 March 2017: The Centre for Investigative Journalism is holding a training workshop for local/community journalists during the NUJ's Local News Matters campaign week.
1 March 2017: This course is the first part of the NUJ reps' training programme to meet the needs of NUJ reps who work in diverse ways, such as in chapels, branches and on NUJ committees.
24 February 2017: A regular one-day event designed to keep freelance journalists up to date with the latest developments in their industry, organised by Dublin Freelance NUJ Branch.
23 February 2017: Accountancy firm HW Fisher & Company is running another of its seminars on tax for the self-employed.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, BUT YOU CAN JOIN A WAITING LIST
8 February 2017: This workshop for health writers will cover the practicalities of publishing a book or long-form journalism