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Have you just left education and you’re unsure what to do next? Have you considered a marketing apprenticeship?

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Don’t worry, we’ve been there. It’s a scary world out there and sometimes figuring out what you want to do next can be really hard! Finding a job can be even harder because there’s likely an influx of people leaving education at the same time as you, with similar qualifications, and in similar situations. So, what’s the answer? Well, there are probably a lot of possible avenues, but apprenticeships can definitely solve some of the above!

What are apprenticeships?

Put simply, they are a way to get your foot in the door to meaningful careers and continued training.

  • If you’re aged 16+ you can apply for apprenticeships;
  • Apprenticeships come in different levels catering to different skill and experience levels;
  • You will work with an apprenticeship provider who will find you a potential employer;
  • You will attend training with your training providers;
  • You’ll work in a job whilst you study during work hours;
  • Apprenticeships typically last from 15 – 18 months.
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Benefits of apprenticeships

  1. Apprenticeships provide you with hands-on training and practical experience, allowing you to develop job-specific skills and knowledge, not just the know-how.
  2. You will receive a salary while you train, reducing the financial burden of education and providing you with a source of income. This can be anywhere from £12,000+.
  3. Apprenticeships are typically aligned with business and industry needs, this ensures that you’ll acquire skills that are in demand in the job market.
  4. You will work alongside experienced professionals and coaches who can offer guidance and support, helping you build a network and gain valuable insights.
  5. Apprenticeships often lead to recognised qualifications and credentials, enhancing your career prospects and marketability. In our case, this includes level 3 and 4 CIMs.
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Benefits of apprenticeships

  1. Apprenticeships provide you with hands-on training and practical experience, allowing you to develop job-specific skills and knowledge, not just the know-how.
  2. You will receive a salary while you train, reducing the financial burden of education and providing you with a source of income. This can be anywhere from £13,500+.
  3. Apprenticeships are typically aligned with business and industry needs, this ensures that you’ll acquire skills that are in demand in the job market.
  4. You will work alongside experienced professionals and coaches who can offer guidance and support, helping you build a network and gain valuable insights.
  5. Apprenticeships often lead to recognised qualifications and credentials, enhancing your career prospects and marketability. In our case, this includes level 3 and 4 CIMs.

Our courses

We specialise solely in marketing-related courses. Unlike a lot of other training providers, we feel that it’s better to go deeper into one specific subject. This approach helps our learners to develop really meaningful qualifications and experience. Here’s the list of courses we offer:

  1. Multi-Channel Marketer level 3
  2. Market Research Executive level 4

If you choose to work with us, it’s worth noting that you’ll also study toward a level 3 or 4 CIM at no extra cost to you. This means you not only get 12+ months’ worth of experience, but you’ll also get an industry-recognised qualification from a prestigious marketing organisation.

MCM

Are you eligible?

Marketing is a discipline that requires individuals to have a number of interests and existing skills to build a foundation. We’re not saying you can’t get a job in marketing without these, but they well go a long way to helping you on your way.

  • A minimum of C/4 in GCSEs English and Math are really important;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are really useful;
  • You’ll be interested in data and analysing the performance of projects;
  • You are creative and like coming up with ideas and strategies;
  • Be adaptable to changing trends and technologies;
  • A problem-solver, things can go wrong, but that doesn’t phase you.

If you have all of the above, then a marketing apprenticeship could be ideal for you.

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Embedded professional accreditations

As part of several of our apprenticeships, we embed level 3 or 4 CIM accreditations into our curriculums. To find out more about these accreditations, visit CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketers). The best part about it is we do this for free, so it costs you nothing! The benefits of holding a CIM include:

Benefits of holding a CIM include:

  1. Industry recognition;
  2. Enhanced skills;
  3. Networking opportunities;
  4. Career advancement.
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Are you eligible?

Marketing requires individuals to have a number of interests and existing skills to build a foundation. We’re not saying you can’t get a job in marketing without these, but they will go a long way to helping you on your way.

  • A minimum of GCSEs or equivalent qualifications, particularly in English and Math are really important. We’d recommend a minimum grade of C/4 or above.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential to create compelling marketing content, interact with team members, and engage with customers.
  • Analytical Skills: Ideally, you’ll have the ability or interest in analysing data and using tools like Google Analytics to assess marketing performance and make data-driven decisions.
  • Creativity: A creative mindset is incredibly useful when developing marketing campaigns, graphics, and content that resonate with the target audience.
  • Adaptability: Marketing is a dynamic field, so being adaptable to changing trends and technologies is valuable.

If you have all of the above, then a marketing apprenticeship could be ideal for you.

How does it all work?

The process of signing up is really straightforward:

  • Get in touch and send us your CV.
  • We’ll arrange interviews with potential employers.
  • If all goes well, you land yourself a job and we sign you up for the apprenticeship.
  • You work with us and your employer for the duration of your apprenticeship.
  • You complete your apprenticeship with qualifications and experince.
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What are you waiting for?

Simply fill in this form and one of our team will get in touch to discuss how we can help you kick-start your marketing career. Here are some of the benefits again:

  • Graduate in just 13-18 months;
  • Master your chosen skills with individual coaching and development;
  • Gain additional professional qualifications that 98% of apprentices do not;
  • Learn at your own pace;
  • Access to the latest in creative and technical training.

If you need any more information, check out our Apprentice FAQ in case it answers any of your questions.

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