Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.

Creative Employment Programme in England

The Creative Employment Programme has contributed to the creation of 4,500 apprenticeships, paid internships and pre-employment opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative.

Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light
Ian Saunders, Technician at White Light and Gabrielle Felix-Darancy, Apprentice at White Light

The Creative Employment Programme was a £15m fund to support the creation of apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. It also supported pre-employment training opportunities through the Creative Skills Initiative. 

Resources

The following resources are available for Creative Employment Programme (England) funding recipients:

About the Creative Employment Programme

We provided part wage grants to employers who created new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. 

The focus was on Arts Council England’s footprint. This included all employers, both commercial and subsidised, that fall within this footprint:

  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Literature
  • Visual arts
  • Contemporary craft
  • Combined arts
  • Galleries
  • Circus
  • Carnival arts
  • Museums
  • Libraries

Young people aged 16-24 from all backgrounds, from graduates to those with few or no qualifications, had the chance to access on-the-job training and experience to build the skills that employers want.

Creative & Cultural Skills was the National Provider for the Creative Employment Programme in England. We applied through an open process. Our proposal was supported by a strong track record of delivering similarly large scale, complex and national work-based learning and skills development programmes which have benefitted the arts and cultural sector and have been backed up by high-quality research and industry knowledge.

The Creative Employment Programme in England has now closed for applications.