Tools & resources
The UK’s creative sector is the best in the world, but to ensure that it stays productive and innovative, we must ensure that the next generation can access creative careers.
Since 2014, the British Council have worked in collaboration with a diverse range of UK and Brazilian partners - connecting students and teachers in both countries to develop a dialogue around technical skills practice. Key findings from the first three years of the programme are highlighted in this report.
Rachael Holt, the Apprenticeships Delivery Leader at Salford City College explains more about what they offer.
Workforce Review of the UK Offstage Theatre and Performing Arts Sector
The aim of the WIRP is to develop the long-term capacity for regional and local museums and galleries to work internationally.
As part of the larger apprenticeship reform programme, a group of employers have come together to develop a new apprenticeship standard for the role of 'Learning and Participation Officer'.
This booklet has been written by Creative & Cultural Skills to accompany Arts Council England's ambition to promote a diverse and skilled workforce in the cultural sector.
Creative & Cultural Skills runs the National Skills Academy network of education partners and industry supporters to deliver programmes designed to improve the provision of skills and training in the creative and cultural industries.
A campaign led by the Edge Foundation, Career Footsteps will connect schools and colleges with employers and professionals to inspire young people, broaden their career horizons and help them find their own path to success.
Support your employees to develop their knowledge about pensions and prepare for their financial future.
This pack includes details of what you will be doing as a Creative Skills Initiative participant.
This is the third draft of the our trailblazer apprenticeship standard for the Creative Venue Technician apprenticeship (formerly known as Theatre Technician). We welcome feedback from industry members.
Get employers on board with the Creative Skills Initiative.
The Creative Skills Initiative enhances the connection between education and the workplace. Get colleges involved.
Get the information and the expert advice to help start and develop your own business.
Get access to information and guidance from Bubble Jobs about the digital design sector and digital design careers.
These standard terms and conditions for grants apply to all grant offers dated from 1 April 2015.
Access the Guidance for Applicants of the Northern Ireland Creative Employment Programme
Access Frequently Asked Questions about the Northern Ireland Creative Employment Programme.
If you want to make a complaint about the Northern Ireland Creative Employment Programme, you must follow our procedure.
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