No formal entry requirements
Level 3 Content Creator
This apprenticeship will typically last 24 months.
The Content Creator apprenticeship is suitable for those tasked with planning, producing and sharing innovative, creative and effective stories across multiple channels to excite and engage consumers or clients. The programme is designed to ensure that apprentices deepen knowledge and understanding of different digital media platforms and gain the skills to reach their target audiences.
Learn to produce unique content for social channels, video, audio, blogs, creative writing and producing effective presentations.
Great storytelling is fundamental to all brands and businesses, therefore this apprenticeship is suitable for many different types of organisation and departments.
Working with Access Creative has helped to enhance our business. Their onboarding process was super thorough, giving us all the information and assistance we needed. The team didn’t just offer advice; they provided us with expert insights to help us make the right choices. It’s clear they’re committed to giving apprentices top-notch training whilst being super supportive to us companies.
Find out more about Giggabox here.
Entec Sound & Light
The Live Event Technician L3 Apprenticeship, run by Access Industry, is an engaging course with great content and appropriate industry knowledge that translates well into the workplace.
It is an excellent opportunity for students to earn as they learn a trade while being supported in their development by tutors who know and care about the Creative Industry.
Overall, I am pleased and recommend that anyone wishing to enter the creative industry look at the courses available.
Find out more about Entec here.
Where do you see yourself?
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Photographers take charge on capturing purposeful imagery for an organisation. This includes planning a shoot, sourcing equipment and people for the shoot where needed, capturing images and editing.
A videographer captures moving images in the form of video through a camera, including planning videos for an organisation (including storyboards where applicable), lining up equipment and participants, filming and editing the final piece.