On this Apprenticeship, you might learn skills like how to take a product from client brief to finished design, how to use film or sound editing software, how to operate a camera, record sound, design websites, or create assets for computer games using 3d software.
Most Creative businesses are small, so you’ll find yourself playing an important role in a variety of tasks and developing plenty of useful skills along the way.
Apprentices learn on the job, building up knowledge and skills, gaining qualifications and earning money all at the same time.
You will need to be employed and are paid a minimum of the National Minimum Apprenticeship Wage. You will work towards a Vocational Qualification, Functional Skills, Employer Rights and Responsibilities and other additional requirements.
As an apprentice, the nature of your work will depend on your employer. Working for a small company could mean you handle a wide range of responsibilities – alternatively, working for a large company might mean you take on a more specialized role.
Minimum of 2 years
Qualifications included in the AdvanDAP00057ced Apprenticeship framework are
Diploma in Creative and Digital Media Level 3
Certificate in Creative & Digital Media Level 3
Functional Skills in English, Maths and ICT at Level 2
Employment Rights and Responsibilities
Qualifications for the Higher Apprenticeship framework are
Entry assessments are required for all candidates.
Students interested in the apprenticeship should have a strong desire for a career in the creative industries and an interest in design.