Media training organisation CTJT has changed its name to the College of Media and Publishing (CMP).
The business has delivered the NCTJ qualification by distance learning since 2003, and trained more than 1,500 journalists at in-house workshops.
Founder Cleland Thom said: "The new name reflects the business' growing status, and the range of courses we offer.
"CTJT worked OK as Cleland Thom Journalism Training when I was running the business on my own, delivering journalism courses. But we're much bigger than that now. We've had students in more than 100 countries and offer over 50 courses."
CMP will continue delivering the NCTJ Diploma and NQJ by distance learning.
Thom aded: "Our exam results have consistently been among the best in the country for over ten years. And it's been exciting being able to delivered the NCTJ diploma to people in remote regions, who would normally have been excluded. We've had people sitting exams in countries ranging from Buenos Aires to Warsaw."
CMP's new website can be found here.