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Apprenticeship in Social Digital Level 2 with The Digital Youth Academy at Westminster Kingsway College

Course description

The Social Digital Apprenticeship links the natural skills of the 'born digital' generation with those of businesses who want to improve your online presence to grow and expand.  Businesses that actively use social and digital media within their sales mix are proven to grow faster than those that don’t. A Social Digital Apprentice will work with their employer to understand the brand and develop their digital marketing strategy. You will learn employability skills and further develop your digital media skills for use in a business context.
This is a high quality option for a school-leaver to go to work, learn new skills and gain a recognised qualification and to earn a wage. The value of an Apprenticeship is that it has been put together to develop you both in your chosen field and as an individual. If you are interested in this Apprenticeship programme please contact or call 0870 060 9800 to speak to the Employer Training & Apprenticeships team.
Please note: To apply for an Apprenticeship at Westminster Kingsway College you should be working already or be looking for work as an Apprentice. We can advise you on Apprenticeship vacancies advertised through the National Apprenticeship Service or call 0870 060 9800 to speak to our College Learner Consultants.
Course fee and any discounts: For Apprenticeships, the costs are fully covered for 16-18 year olds by the Skills Funding Agency and National Apprenticeship Service and for those aged 19 and over the employer contributes towards the cost.  
Start dates - Weekly enrolments

Entry requirements

GCSE A*-D in Maths and English or through our initial assessment achieve a score for Maths and English High Entry 3 score. You should have good IT Literacy and an interest in Social Media. You should be employed or looking for employment in one of these possible roles: Digital Assistant or Social Media Assistant or Marketing Assistant or Communications Officer


The Apprenticeship is based in the workplace, with learners attending college for 12 days per year. The coursework, in the form of business tasks, is completed via e-learning and e-portfolio, and an assigned assessor will maintain regular contact through site visits. It gives you access to our exclusive Digital Youth Academy (DYA) social media community networking site so you can connect and share with other DYA Apprentices across the country.

Further information

'To find out more about this qualification, contact us, ask your Connexions Personal Adviser or school/college careers staff.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Westminster Kingsway College directly.

Last updated date: 06 March 2017
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