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Our Apprenticeship Offering

In the past, apprenticeships were only available for people within the ages of 16 – 24 who had not completed a degree. However, in recent years, the government has opened up opportunities to anyone of a working age to either kick-off their career or educate themselves further in their field. Mature apprenticeships are growing in popularity since the apprenticeship levy was established in 2017 and are great for people who want to earn while they are learning, or re-train in a new industry.

If you’re interested in becoming an apprentice, visit the Government’s apprenticeship website. If you are already employed and want to train as an apprentice then call us on 01332 738 625

Level 3 – Junior Content Producer Apprenticeship

Level 3 – Advertising & Media Executive Apprenticeship

Level 3 – Digital Marketing Apprenticeship

Level 4 – PR & Communications Assistant Apprenticeship

Level 4 – Associated Project Management

Apprenticeship Requirement

In order to secure an apprenticeship, you must be living in the region that you are applying for an apprenticeship in, i.e. to apply for an apprenticeship in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales you must live in that area. Apprenticeship requirements will also vary across industries and employers will often outline their own specific criteria in job descriptions as well.

Our Level 3 Digital Marketing apprenticeship is co-delivered with our associate trainers from the Studiowide academy.

If you are not re-training your existing staff

here’s some additional information

  • An apprenticeship level can take upwards of 12 months to complete, dependent on the type.
  • As an apprentice you must work for at least 30 hours a week.
  • Apprentices earn the national apprenticeship minimum wage, although many employers pay more than this.
  • You will also get the same benefits as an employee, including a holiday allowance.
  • Before you start, your employer will set up an Apprenticeship Agreement.
  • Your employer will agree to supporting your time out to study (20% off the Job) and provide a mentor for you at work.
  • You will have regular review meetings with your training provider to make sure that your employer is supporting you and you are making progress.
  • The training provider, tutor or college works closely with your employer to make sure your apprenticeship stays on track.
  • The current minimum wage rate for an apprentice aged 19 and under, or over who are in their first year is £3.70 per hour.
  • You will earn the minimum wage for your age if you’re an apprentice aged 19 or over and have completed your first year.

Training offerings

Funded Apprenticeship

Level 3
Digital Marketing

Funded Apprenticeship

Level 3
Junior Content Producer

Funded Apprenticeship

Level 3
Advertising & Media Executive

Funded Apprenticeship

Level 4
PR & Communications Assistant

Funded Apprenticeship

Level 4
Associated Project Management