Our Apprenticeships


 

Digital Marketing for creative industries
Apprenticeship

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About

Today’s creative companies now have whole social media and digital marketing teams to gain website traffic and increase the company’s online presence on social media sites. Our Digital Marketing apprenticeship allows young people to specialise in all digital marketing techniques, as well as helping you to gain the knowledge and skills to understand the impact and power of social media.

There are few businesses in the world that can’t benefit from a digital marketing campaign. Fluent in social media marketing techniques; you will be writing blog posts, sharing, liking and following, tweeting, editing images, managing email campaigns, analysing data, as well as anything digital that the bespoke nature of your organisation needs to market and develop itself.

This is a fast-paced and endlessly creative role that will see you take centre stage and start your career in this new, ever growing industry. You'll be directly contributing to the success of the organisation. And at the same time get paid in a full-time job whilst learning all of its necessary intricacies.

Assessment

An apprenticeship is a genuine job with an accompanying skills development programme. Through your apprenticeship you will gain the technical knowledge, practical experience and wider skills you need for an immediate job in the industry and also help you to develop your future career. You will gain this through a broad mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training delivered by boomsatsuma and the opportunity to practise new skills in a real work environment.

Our apprenticeships are assessed through a new framework known as the Apprenticeship Standard. These are new for 2017 having been designed and endorsed by employers in each industry giving you as an apprentice, and your employer, confidence that you will develop the skills you need to be successful in your chosen career and make real contribution to their company.

The Digital Marketer standard is delivered throughout your apprenticeship in partnership with your employer and consists of 2 assessment periods:

• On-programme Assessment
• End Point Assessment

On-programme assessment makes up the first 12 months of the programme and requires the apprentice to achieve all elements of the standard through a mix of on-the-job training in the workplace and off-the-job learning.


• Build a portfolio of evidence that is made up of examples of real workplace tasks that demonstrate technical competencies, skills, attitudes and behaviours of the standard.
• Achieve a mix of Ofqual-regulated knowledge modules and a professional qualification to demonstrate your technical knowledge and understanding of the standard.

Employment

An apprentice is employed and paid directly by their employer either full-time (5 days per week), or part-time basis (4 days per week). All apprentices must participate in ‘off-the-job’ training which will consist of a mix of; remote online learning, assessment visits in your workplace, individual/group tutorials and sector specific masterclasses as a part of their paid working week.

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Junior Content
Producer Apprenticeship

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About

As a Junior Content Producer you will be involved in developing and creating content that can be used across a variety of media including digital, social media, broadcast or in print.

You will be creating content that could be used as part of media, advertising and marketing campaigns, collaborating with designers and developers producing video, images, text and web pages and social media content, so an enthusiasm for technology and creating great online experiences is a must.

As an Junior Content Producer apprentice you could be working for in a wide variety of creative companies.
Alongside your workplace experiences you will also learn the essential, cutting edge industry practices needed for direct employment.

Assessment

An apprenticeship is a genuine job with an accompanying skills development programme. Through your apprenticeship you will gain the technical knowledge, practical experience and wider skills you need for an immediate job in the industry and also help you to develop your future career. You will gain this through a broad mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training delivered by boomsatsuma and the opportunity to practise new skills in a real work environment.

Our apprenticeships are assessed through a new framework known as the Apprenticeship Standard. These are new for 2017 having been designed and endorsed by employers in each industry giving you as an apprentice, and your employer, confidence that you will develop the skills you need to be successful in your chosen career and make real contribution to their company.

The Junior Content Producer standard is delivered throughout your apprenticeship in partnership with your employer and consists of 2 assessment periods:

• On-programme Assessment
• End Point Assessment

On-programme assessment makes up the first 12 months of the programme and requires the apprentice to achieve all elements of the standard through a mix of on-the-job training in the workplace and off-the-job learning.


• Build a portfolio of evidence that is made up of examples of real workplace tasks that demonstrate technical competencies, skills, attitudes and behaviours of the standard.
• Achieve a mix of Ofqual-regulated knowledge modules and a professional qualification to demonstrate your technical knowledge and understanding of the standard.

Employment

An apprentice is employed and paid directly by their employer either full-time (5 days per week), or part-time basis (4 days per week). All apprentices must participate in ‘off-the-job’ training which will consist of a mix of; remote online learning, assessment visits in your workplace, individual/group tutorials and sector specific masterclasses as a part of their paid working week.

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community arts manager

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About

As a Community Arts Manager you will lead, organise and plan the promotion of events and exhibitions. You will learn to manage your own performance in a business environment and assist in developing, delivering and evaluating projects. You’ll need to generate ideas for community arts projects and keep up to date with developments in the arts to ensure that the local community benefits from a range of  programmes. You will have the opportunity to cover aspects such as assisting with the recruitment of administrators, artist services, maintenance and security, customer relationships and book keeping. This apprenticeship is the perfect opportunity to gain knowledge, understanding and skills in the arts community. 

Assessment

An apprenticeship is a genuine job with an accompanying skills development programme. Through your apprenticeship you will gain the technical knowledge, practical experience and wider skills you need for an immediate job in the industry and also help you to develop your future career. You will gain this through a broad mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training delivered by boomsatsuma and the opportunity to practise new skills in a real work environment.

Our apprenticeships are assessed through a new framework known as the Apprenticeship Standard. These are new for 2017 having been designed and endorsed by employers in each industry giving you as an apprentice, and your employer, confidence that you will develop the skills you need to be successful in your chosen career and make real contribution to their company.

The Community Arts Manager standard is delivered throughout your apprenticeship in partnership with your employer and consists of 2 assessment periods:

• On-programme Assessment
• End Point Assessment

On-programme assessment makes up the first 12 months of the programme and requires the apprentice to achieve all elements of the standard through a mix of on-the-job training in the workplace and off-the-job learning.


• Build a portfolio of evidence that is made up of examples of real workplace tasks that demonstrate technical competencies, skills, attitudes and behaviours of the standard.
• Achieve a mix of Ofqual-regulated knowledge modules and a professional qualification to demonstrate your technical knowledge and understanding of the standard.

Employment

An apprentice is employed and paid directly by their employer either full-time (5 days per week), or part-time basis (4 days per week). All apprentices must participate in ‘off-the-job’ training which will consist of a mix of; remote online learning, assessment visits in your workplace, individual/group tutorials and sector specific masterclasses as a part of their paid working week.

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Live Events and Promotion

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About

During a Live Events and Promotion apprenticeship you will get involved in all stages of the production process, right from the initial staging through to promoting a show and arranging the publicity. You’ll learn to undertake activities such as venue finding, event funding, licensing, permissions and the preparation of contracts. You could also be involved as a music/events promotions assistant, events assistant, events/entertainment officer or venue and staff crew. Live Events and Promotion involves everything to do with putting on a show or event from promoting the event to staging it, creating the perfect opportunity to learn workplace skills and gain experience.

Assessment

An apprenticeship is a genuine job with an accompanying skills development programme. Through your apprenticeship you will gain the technical knowledge, practical experience and wider skills you need for an immediate job in the industry and also help you to develop your future career. You will gain this through a broad mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training delivered by boomsatsuma and the opportunity to practise new skills in a real work environment.

Our apprenticeships are assessed through a new framework known as the Apprenticeship Standard. These are new for 2017 having been designed and endorsed by employers in each industry giving you as an apprentice, and your employer, confidence that you will develop the skills you need to be successful in your chosen career and make real contribution to their company.

The Live Events and Promotion standard is delivered throughout your apprenticeship in partnership with your employer and consists of 2 assessment periods:

• On-programme Assessment
• End Point Assessment

On-programme assessment makes up the first 12 months of the programme and requires the apprentice to achieve all elements of the standard through a mix of on-the-job training in the workplace and off-the-job learning.


• Build a portfolio of evidence that is made up of examples of real workplace tasks that demonstrate technical competencies, skills, attitudes and behaviours of the standard.
• Achieve a mix of Ofqual-regulated knowledge modules and a professional qualification to demonstrate your technical knowledge and understanding of the standard.

Employment

An apprentice is employed and paid directly by their employer either full-time (5 days per week), or part-time basis (4 days per week). All apprentices must participate in ‘off-the-job’ training which will consist of a mix of; remote online learning, assessment visits in your workplace, individual/group tutorials and sector specific masterclasses as a part of their paid working week.

Intrigued?


If you have any questions regarding apprenticeships with boomsatsuma, please contact education@boomsatsuma.com