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Business Reporting for the Financial Sector

Port of Spain, Trinidad - 25th April 2019

This One Day Workshop will give Journalists key insights into Reporting on the Financial sector.

Sessions include how to read stock market reports; how to interpret a company's economic report; the stories that can be formulated from an annual report; and story angles based on Press Releases.

We intend on doing this in other islands on different dates throughout 2019

National Integrity Action (NIA) & M.I.C present

"The Art of the Investigative Story"

Tuesday 2nd October 2018

Media Institute of the Caribbean will present a one-day workshop for NIA featuring presenters such as 

veteran journalist Jim Clancy, alongside IRE's (Investigative Reporters & Editors) Denise Malan and others.

This workshop is being designed specifically for Jamaican journalists and the modules will encompass a case study approach which addresses key issues in the Jamaican sociopolitical landscape.

Caribbean Journalists gather for symposium on 

"Business & Energy Reporting"

Friday 5th October 2018

Shell Trinidad has answered the call for the development of Business and Energy Reporting by sponsoring this one-day intensive programme for twenty journalists in the English-speaking Caribbean. The sessions are being held at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce and will focus on the changes in the energy landscape in the Caribbean region; interpretation of energy contracts; and the angles for captivating stories form the energy sector.

Fellowship Opportunity - Investigative Journalism

The Media Institute of the Caribbean (MIC) is offering fellowships to qualifying Caribbean journalists to attend a five-day intensive training workshop on Investigative Journalism

in Kingston, Jamaica from May 1-5, 2018.

The workshop will launch a series of initiatives by the MIC to develop a cadre of journalists equipped to produce high-quality investigative work.

It will be conducted by prominent international and regional media trainers and practitioners.

There will be a combination of lectures, inter-active sessions and

practical exercises led by the team of facilitators and participants will be drawn from media houses from across the English-speaking Caribbean.

The MIC is a registered non-profit in Jamaica and is a member organisation of the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) and a partner institution of the Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM).

For more information visit our website:


Please Note:

The Fellowship entitlement includes coverage of expenses for

Airfare, Ground Transfer in Jamaica, Hotel Accommodation, All Meals, Training Materials.

Before you apply kindly ensure your travel documents are in order 

and that you are available for the dates of 30th April to 6th May 2018.


Download the Application Form and other documents here.  

E-mail your completed forms to [email protected]