A content creator, also called a content producer, is responsible for making content across various media. This includes print work, web, social media, and broadcast. Content creators will work to a client brief and develop a media message to maximise audience engagement while promoting the brand’s message.
Officially the Junior Content Producer apprenticeship, learners on this course will gain the skills and knowledge needed for a variety of roles, including those in advertising, marketing, digital agencies, and interactive broadcasting.
This course would consist of 80% on the job learning and 20% off the job learning. During off the job learning, you will be required to physically attend monthly seminars or workshops and 1-2-1 sessions with one of our accredited trainers. These sessions will be delivered at your place of work or at our training centre.
This course follows a list of standards that a content creator is expected to achieve before undertaking a final endpoint assessment (EPA).
The standards follow different criteria consisting of
The learner is only put forward to the endpoint assessment once they can properly demonstrate all of the course standards. A full breakdown of these standards can be viewed below
12 months minimum
Individual employers will set the selection criteria for their apprentices. Typically this will include Maths and English at GCSE C or above.
Upon completion, learners will be awarded a Junior Content Producer Level 3 certificate.
This Course can be taught anywhere in England
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