What apprenticeships can 16-18 year olds apply for?
Apprenticeships are ideal for school or college leavers that are looking for an alternative way to continue their education. Level 3 apprenticeships, also known as advanced apprenticeships, are the most popular choice for teenagers that have just come out of full-time education. The level 3 qualification is equivalent to A-Levels, but with Creative Pioneers 2 with nearly every programme we offer, you also gain at least one additional vendor certification.
5 job vacancies you can do an apprenticeship
When you decide that you no longer want to be in full-time education, or you want to start your career, you may jump straight to looking for entry-level job vacancies. However, even junior roles can require at least one year’s experience in the industry. So what do you do if you haven’t even started your career yet?
How becoming a PPC apprentice accelerates your career
If you’re someone that’s always been talented at Maths but the idea of having a sole data, Excel spreadsheet and a numbers-focused job doesn’t appeal, have you ever thought about doing an apprenticeship in analytics marketing?
10 tech skills you need as a digital marketer
Digital marketing is undoubtedly a hybrid discipline – it requires a combination of marketing knowledge and web-tech know-how. You need to nail both categories to really succeed or at least know how to collaborate with those who understand what you do not.
Are apprenticeships a better option than going to university?
There has been an ongoing debate about which option is better: apprenticeships or university. With the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy and the shift from frameworks to standards, apprenticeships are now seen as an equal alternative to university. However, choosing your next educational move requires careful consideration, and both present a great opportunity for you to further yourself.