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Are you a growing business interested in learning more about industry led apprenticeship programmes that help you find digital talent and stay ahead of the digital curve?

Want to access £12,000 of Government funding to invest in new hires or to up-skill existing staff?

Join us for our webinar on Tuesday 28th April to find out more about our Digital Marketing and Content Producer Talent Programme and to hear how hundreds of local companies have already benefited.

More about the programme:

The Creative Process Digital Marketing and Content Producer Programme sources fresh talent to meet your skills requirements, providing you with a shortlist of digital applicants to choose from. The programme consists of unique masterclasses, 1:1 coaching and online sessions. Across 13 months your new hire or existing employee will be trained by digital marketing, content and e-commerce experts to fast track your in-house digital skills and capabilities. All on a no fee basis!




What do employers say:

“Hiring apprentices allows us to employ young people with a digital mindset that is close to our target audience – their training enables innovative approaches to getting the job done and allows us to have a formalised and accredited professional development programme for our staff” - Natives


"Emma has been our apprentice for two months now, and the difference she has made to us in that time is spectacular. She has helped us create content for our websites, promoted our organisation on social media channels and administrate wider branding projects. She’s been a fantastic support and I can’t wait to see what else she achieves over the next 16 months" - Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival


"In our industry its very hard to hire entry level team members as the learning curve is very steep, hiring apprentices has solved the problem of expectation management and has provided us with young, eager additions to the team". - i2W


"Local, digital savvy young people and employers have an important role to play in ensuring that we are developing connected and inclusive communities and enabling local people to be a part of the success story, BT Sport is supporting this by employing Digital Apprentices and bringing new talent into our business." - BT Sport


"We’ve hired a production apprentice – the recruitment support has been absolutely amazing – the process was the least painful recruitment drive I have participated in for a while!" - Warner Bros


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