As an organisation, we pride ourselves on our industry knowledge, personal service and high technical standards. We are also extremely passionate about developing the next generation of talent and a way in which we do this is through our annual apprenticeship scheme. Since 2011, we have overseen 35 apprenticeships. Those who have completed the course have all gone on to work in the industry, whether it’s as Production Manager, Site Technician or Account Handlers. We also won Best Apprentice Employer in 2012 along with Best Collaboration with Education Providers in 2014 with Fairfield Halls and ATG; both at the Creative and Cultural Skills Awards. 


We are looking for our next Apprentices…

We are on the lookout for two Business Administration Apprentices.  Whereas we’ve previously run technical apprenticeships, this new role will allow individuals to work with both our Business Support and Marketing Departments and contribute to the efficiency of the organisation, through support of functional areas, working across teams and resolving issues as requested. The flexibility and responsiveness required allows the apprentices to develop a wide range of skills which can then be applied to numerous industries. For more information, please click here for the full job description.


Click here if you are interested in applying.
Click here to read the National College Creative Industries’ Role Description.


Opening Date: Mon 12th Nov 2018
Closing Date: Thurs 29th Nov 2018
Recruitment/Interview Day: Wed 12th Dec 2018 (please note you must be available on this date)
Expected start date: Mon 14th Jan 2019


Testimonials from our Technical Apprentices

“I found the on-site work really useful as it allowed me to bring the practises I’d learned into fruition. This included an event at Somerset House, the Pink Floyd exhibition at the V & A Museum along with the X-Fest.” – Chloe, Technical Apprentice 

“My time in Systems was a great opportunity for me to learn more about lighting control desks and data in general. It was here I had the chance to prep the ETC Gio, Ion and Eos.” – Barry, Technical Apprentice

“I constantly take part in a lot of training; learning how to use and maintain the kit in the warehouse. It’s the hands-on experience that’s really useful as you constantly get to put what you learn into practise, especially when on actual jobs!” – Christopher, Technical Apprentice


Other Information

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There may not always be a vacancy for the type of apprenticeship you are looking for; current standards and information about the change in apprenticeships is below, they may give you an indication of the type of apprenticeship you may wish to seek: and

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