The Stage, Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, UK Theatre and Society of London Theatre join forces to break down barriers to a career in theatre.
The latest updates for the creative and cultural industries
Creative & Cultural Skills has announced the appointment of Bonnie Smith and Joanne Rumney, who will work on the Creative Careers Programme (CCP).
Creative Skills Europe, the European Platform on Employment and Training in the Audiovisual and Live Performance sectors, is a project which aims at collecting information and at developing tools to help the cultural and creative sectors adjust their skills to the realities of the field.
The 2019 Creative & Cultural Skills National Conference took place on Monday 1 April in Cardiff City Hall. Over 250 delegates attended from across the UK, for a day of debate and discussion about the barriers in the cultural sector.
These annual awards showcase the individuals and organisations that have shown an outstanding commitment to skill development and learning in the creative industries. The 2019 winners were announced on Monday 1 April at a special ceremony in the National Museum Cardiff.
This year’s conference takes place in Cardiff for the first time, gathering creative professionals, educators and policy makers from across the UK.
Programme Director, Rob West attended the final Steering Group meeting of Creative Skills Europe in Brussels on 18 March 2019.
On Monday 1 April we will be gathering creative professionals, educators and policy makers in Cardiff City Hall, for a day of discussion, debate and best practices on breaking down barriers to entry for the cultural sector. Later that evening we will move over to the National Museum Cardiff to celebrate the 2019 Creative & Cultural Skills Awards!
Breakout sessions are now open to book at this year’s Creative & Cultural Skills National Conference. This year’s event will consider the barriers in the cultural sector – and how we can break them down.
Creative industries leaders today joined forces to launch a new Creative Careers Programme designed to help two million teenagers discover the breadth of jobs on offer in the UK’s fastest-growing sector. Creative & Cultural Skills is a lead partner in this new project.
The tenth annual Creative & Cultural Skills National Conference is only three weeks away, and set to take place in Cardiff for the very first time.
We have been involved in apprenticeships since 2008, when we first supported the development of the creative apprenticeship frameworks for the industry. Since then we have gathered a wealth of knowledge and expertise supporting organisations and training provider to manage the effective delivery of apprenticeships. Take a look at some of our most popular resources.
From 4 to 8 March 2019, Creative & Cultural Skills will be publishing blogs, think-pieces and sharing key publications to celebrate the work we do to promote apprenticeships in the cultural sector.
In March 2019 Creative & Cultural Skills are working with the Arts Council of Northern Ireland to deliver four careers events specific to the creative industries in Northern Ireland.
This is the tenth year of the Creative & Cultural Skills National Conference and it’s heading to Cardiff for the very first time. Cardiff is a thriving city, with a nearby airport and just two hours by train from London.
The annual Creative & Cultural Skills Awards celebrate the individuals and organisations that have shown an outstanding commitment to skill development and learning in the creative industries. This year’s ceremony will be held in Cardiff for the first time.
Leadership Colleges have been welcomed to PROTO in Gateshead for an interactive event looking at virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (XR) in the arts and cultural sector. They will be considering the uses and potential of this new technology, and how it can be applied in the education sector.
Taking place on 1 April 2019 in Cardiff City Hall, the conference will explore the barriers to access for those seeking to enter and thrive in the cultural sector. Speakers and breakout sessions consider topics such as tackling inclusion, T-Levels, emerging technologies and the Creative Careers Programme.
Creative individuals and organisations from across the UK have been shortlisted in the annual Creative & Cultural Skills Awards. Nominees come from a wide range of creative industries, including theatre, dance, music, film and heritage.
For the first time since 2012, we have released new workforce analysis to compare the characteristics of the arts and cultural workforce with the total UK workforce at national, country and regional levels.
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