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 All of the Apprenticeship positions advertised as part of Creative Pioneers 2016 are linked to a nationally recognised vocational Apprenticeship Framework qualification - in applying for any of the jobs on this site you are making a commitment that you will work towards and achieve the relevant qualification. 


All teaching and assessing is provided by recognised training providers.

 


Most frameworks do not have a minimum entry requirement although employers will have specified the minimum previous qualifications required for each of the jobs. Apprentices will not have to pay anything towards their training. Candidates that already have a degree (level 6) or any qualification higher than the qualification linked to the job they are applying for are not eligible for funding and their application will not be progressed.

Bristol

 

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Link to the full framework document

Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media

3

 

The Advanced in Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media is aimed at learners who are interested in developing a new set of skills needed by Creative Industries employers: a fusion of creativity, technology and business.

Specialisms that can be studied as part of the apprenticeship range from web skills, production and editing, to animation, camerawork and photo imaging and the management of on-line communities the Advanced Apprenticeship delivers the skills required by employers to compete and progress in a digital world.

 

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Advanced Apprenticeship in Marketing (Digital)

3

 

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Marketing is for apprentices who will work in job roles such as marketing assistant, market research assistant, events management assistant, marketing officer, advertising account executive or market researcher.

The qualification covers all aspects of marketing with a strong bias towards the developments afforded by the move to a digital platform and the use of data to drive market penetration. There is a strong emphasis on assessment in workplace and each apprentice will prove their developing competence in different ways.

 

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Higher Apprenticeship in Public Relations 

4

 

This Apprenticeship provides a foundation in PR for new entrants and existing workers in the PR profession. Successful apprentices will be able to progress to further education, should they wish to do so, as well as progress towards membership of a PR professional body.

This Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of PR roles, including PR Assistant, Account Executive/Account Coordinator, Press Officer and Digital Communications Officer job roles.

 

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Higher Apprenticeship in Advertising & Marketing Communications

4

 

The aims for this new Apprenticeship in Advertising & Marketing Communications are to attract and develop creative and digitally aware work-ready apprentices, who are multi-skilled and can work across the industry.

The Apprenticeship also contains job specific content for those who may be working in larger agencies and specialising in certain roles - such as Creative, Creative Services, Client Services and Account Management.

 

Link

 

Higher level apprenticeship in Interactive Design and Development 

 4

 

The aim for this framework is to attract and develop creative and digitally competent work-ready apprentices, who are multi-skilled and can work across the interactive media sector, in design or development roles. To provide an entry route into the specialised technical areas of the sector from related disciplines such as IT and Social and Digital Marketing Advanced apprenticeships; to provide a non-traditional route into the industries, which have historically been dominated by graduates; to provide a direct entry route for underrepresented groups; to allow employers to add value to their organisations by bringing in new expertise, techniques and technologies; to provide the Creative Industries with a stream of motivated employees equipped with the unique fusion of creative, technical and business skills required for the future; to equip new entrants with the transferable soft and technical skills to undertake more varied and converging job roles

 

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Birmingham

 

 LEVEL*

Link to the full framework document

Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media

3

 

The Advanced in Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media is aimed at learners who are interested in developing a new set of skills needed by Creative Industries employers: a fusion of creativity, technology and business.

Specialisms that can be studied as part of the apprenticeship range from web skills, production and editing, to animation, camerawork and photo imaging and the management of on-line communities the Advanced Apprenticeship delivers the skills required by employers to compete and progress in a digital world.

 

Link

Advanced Apprenticeship in Marketing (Digital)

3

 

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Marketing is for apprentices who will work in job roles such as marketing assistant, market research assistant, events management assistant, marketing officer, advertising account executive or market researcher.

The qualification covers all aspects of marketing with a strong bias towards the developments afforded by the move to a digital platform and the use of data to drive market penetration. There is a strong emphasis on assessment in workplace and each apprentice will prove their developing competence in different ways.

 

Link

Higher Apprenticeship in Public Relations 

4

 

This Apprenticeship provides a foundation in PR for new entrants and existing workers in the PR profession. Successful apprentices will be able to progress to further education, should they wish to do so, as well as progress towards membership of a PR professional body.

This Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of PR roles, including PR Assistant, Account Executive/Account Coordinator, Press Officer and Digital Communications Officer job roles.

 

Link

 

Advanced Apprenticeship in Design

 3

 

The Advanced in Apprenticeship in Design is aimed at learners who are interested in careers in all aspects of design. The qualification recognises the skills, knowledge and understanding of learners working in design and promotes good working practice.

Specialisms that can be studied as part of the apprenticeship range from design for web, interactive design, design for print and exhibitions, 3D/CAD design. The focus is on the client and end user experience of design and aspects such as market research, branding and client briefs are integral. The Advanced Apprenticeship delivers the skills required by employers to compete and progress in a digital world.

 

 

London

 

 LEVEL*

Link to the full framework document

Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media

3

 

The Advanced in Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media is aimed at learners who are interested in developing a new set of skills needed by Creative Industries employers: a fusion of creativity, technology and business.

Specialisms that can be studied as part of the apprenticeship range from web skills, production and editing, to animation, camerawork and photo imaging and the management of on-line communities the Advanced Apprenticeship delivers the skills required by employers to compete and progress in a digital world.

 

Link

Social Media and Digital Marketing

3

 

The purpose of this framework is to allow learners to develop the knowledge and competence skills required for working in social media and digital marketing roles

 

Link

Higher Apprenticeship in Public Relations 

4

 

This Apprenticeship provides a foundation in PR for new entrants and existing workers in the PR profession. Successful apprentices will be able to progress to further education, should they wish to do so, as well as progress towards membership of a PR professional body.

This Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of PR roles, including PR Assistant, Account Executive/Account Coordinator, Press Officer and Digital Communications Officer job roles.

 

Link

Higher Apprenticeship in Advertising & Marketing Communications

4

 

The aims for this new Apprenticeship in Advertising & Marketing Communications are to attract and develop creative and digitally aware work-ready apprentices, who are multi-skilled and can work across the industry.

The Apprenticeship also contains job specific content for those who may be working in larger agencies and specialising in certain roles - such as Creative, Creative Services, Client Services and Account Management.

 

Link

 

Business Administration

 3

 

 

Around 4.5 million people help to keep businesses running in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers by attracting new talent into a career in business and administration and help to up-skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire. Intermediate apprentices will work in roles such as administrators, office juniors, receptionists, medical receptionists, junior legal secretaries or junior medical secretaries. Advanced apprentices will work in roles such as administration executives/officers, administration team leaders, personal assistants or secretaries, including legal or medical secretaries.

 

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Manchester

 

 LEVEL*

Link to the full framework document

Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media

3

 

The Advanced in Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media is aimed at learners who are interested in developing a new set of skills needed by Creative Industries employers: a fusion of creativity, technology and business.

Specialisms that can be studied as part of the apprenticeship range from web skills, production and editing, to animation, camerawork and photo imaging and the management of on-line communities the Advanced Apprenticeship delivers the skills required by employers to compete and progress in a digital world.

 

Link

Advanced Apprenticeship in Marketing (Digital)

3

 

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Marketing is for apprentices who will work in job roles such as marketing assistant, market research assistant, events management assistant, marketing officer, advertising account executive or market researcher.

The qualification covers all aspects of marketing with a strong bias towards the developments afforded by the move to a digital platform and the use of data to drive market penetration. There is a strong emphasis on assessment in workplace and each apprentice will prove their developing competence in different ways.

 

Link

Higher Apprenticeship in Public Relations 

4

 

This Apprenticeship provides a foundation in PR for new entrants and existing workers in the PR profession. Successful apprentices will be able to progress to further education, should they wish to do so, as well as progress towards membership of a PR professional body.

This Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of PR roles, including PR Assistant, Account Executive/Account Coordinator, Press Officer and Digital Communications Officer job roles.

 

Link

Higher Apprenticeship in Advertising & Marketing Communications

4

 

The aims for this new Apprenticeship in Advertising & Marketing Communications are to attract and develop creative and digitally aware work-ready apprentices, who are multi-skilled and can work across the industry.

The Apprenticeship also contains job specific content for those who may be working in larger agencies and specialising in certain roles - such as Creative, Creative Services, Client Services and Account Management.

 

Link

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