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Intermediate Apprenticeship in Community Arts at Rotherham College

Course description

This Intermediate Apprenticeship has been designed with the help of employers to widen the pool of potential recruits into community arts and to give more opportunity to individuals to help them work at an intermediate level. The apprentices will train as a community arts support administrator. Community arts helps to enrich the lives of local communities by planning, promoting and running participatory events, exhibitions and projects to engage individuals and groups of all ages.

What will I study?

• Learn to give customers a positive impression of themselves and their organisation

• Keep up to date with developments in the arts

• Work as part in a team and support the organisation of an event

• Support the delivery of projects and help secure funding for community arts projects

 

What added value will I receive?

• You will be given the opportunity to develop Functional Skills in English and maths

• You will work with employers to gain hands on experience in the community arts and earning a salary while you learn

Course content

This Intermediate Apprenticeship has been designed with the help of employers to widen the pool of potential recruits into community arts and to give more opportunity to individuals to help them work at an intermediate level. The apprentices will train as a community arts support administrator. Community arts helps to enrich the lives of local communities by planning, promoting and running participatory events, exhibitions and projects to engage individuals and groups of all ages.

What will I study?

• Learn to give customers a positive impression of themselves and their organisation • Keep up to date with developments in the arts

• Work as part in a team and support the organisation of an event

• Support the delivery of projects and help secure funding for community arts projects

 

What added value will I receive?

• You will be given the opportunity to develop Functional Skills in English and maths

• You will work with employers to gain hands on experience in the community arts and earning a salary while you learn

Entry requirements

• Level 1 qualification

• Level 1 in ICT, English and maths or equivalent

•The candidate should demonstrate a desire to work within the community arts

• We can help you find the employment you need to start this Apprenticeship

Financial information

16-18 year olds do not need to pay course fees. Depending on your circumstances you may not need to pay fees. Contact the Enquiries on the details below for advice and guidance on:

T: 01709 722777

E: info@rotherham.ac.uk

Future opportunities

• After completing this Apprenticeship you will be able to move onto a Level 3 Community Arts programme

• Ofsted inspected our Visual and Performing Arts department and said that the teaching, learning and assessment are ‘Outstanding’

• You will be taught by people who work in the music industry and who are passionate about the industry

Further information

For more details please contact the Enquiry Team on:

T: 01709 722777 

E: info@rotherham.ac.uk

W: www.rotherham.ac.uk 

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 11 November 2016
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Contact details

    • Contact name:
    • The Enquiry Team
    • Contact telephone number:
    • 01709 722858
    • Email address:
    • info@rotherham.ac.uk

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