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Trading names:
Press Association Training

About this provider

The Press Association, now PA Media, has been a provider of trusted, impartial news for 150 years.

This heritage, coupled with PA's ambition to lead innovation in news gathering and storytelling, creates a learning environment where the UK's leading media and PR companies are confident to send new staff.

We have a proud record as a provider of NCTJ accredited training. We've won numerous awards, including the NCTJ's best-performing course on multiple occasions. The diversity and inclusion of our courses has been highly commended.

Apprentices learn from those providing compelling content on multiple platforms and channels.

Our team of expert tutors have the skills and experience in the newsroom and the classroom to train your new journalists or PR staff.

What employers are saying

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Overall rating from October 2018 to now

  • Excellent 2 out of 2 reviews
  • Good 0 out of 2 reviews
  • Poor 0 out of 2 reviews
  • Very poor 0 out of 2 reviews


  • Adapting to my needs (2)
  • Communication with employers (2)
  • Working with small numbers of apprentices (2)

3 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Broadcast production assistant Standard 3 Details
Junior journalist Standard 3 Details
Public Relations Assistant Standard 4 Details

Contact details

Phone number:
020 7963 7920

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Explain levels

Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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