We're teaming up with Welsh National Opera to deliver their Design Challenge 2023 for colleges and universities, giving students an opportunity to respond to a live industry brief and offering tutors in-person and online CPD.
Apprenticeships work for other sectors, do they work for ours?
Featuring Bendy Ashfield, former Apprenticeships Manager at Royal Opera House; Jakki Jeffery, Head of Faculty, Creative Industries at Edinburgh College; Emma Blake Morsi, a Multidisciplinary Arts Producer; and Ellen Johnson, a Project Officer at Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums.
We met with Barinur Rashid, Secondary science and post 16 Learning Coordinator and Maya Chowdhury, Cultural Learning & Participation Officer Apprentice at Manchester Museum to find out more about their apprenticeship programme and hear directly from Maya on her experience as an apprentice within the cultural heritage sector.
Apprenticeships are an important route for training and diversifying talent across our sector, offering an alternative progression route into sustainable careers. This guide for employers covers everything you need to know when considering taking on an apprentice.
Creative & Cultural Skills is the trading name for Creative and Cultural Industries Limited, a charitable company number 05122855, registered with the Charity Commission of England and Wales with number 1105974 and with the Scottish Charity Regulator with number SCO42165.