National apprenticeship provider
West London Business Awards Best Education & Training Provider 2019,
(we trained the West London Apprentices of the Year 2019 and 2018 as well)!
Sales, Marketing and Events
- Sales Executive | Level 4
- Event Assistant | Level 3
- Bid and Proposal Co-ordinator | Level 3
- Marketing Assistant | Level 3
- Junior Content Producer (digital, social, broadcast, print marketing) | Level 3
- Digital Marketer | Level 3
- Marketing Executive | Level 4
- Public Relations and Communications Assistant | Level 4
- Associate Project Manager | Level 4
The apprenticeship is professional quality training created by major employers and the Association of Professional Sales (APS) for graduates, school leavers and experienced but under-invested ‘short chain’ sales teams. It is ideal for both Business-to-Business and Business-to-Consumer markets.
Whether within corporates or agencies event assistants support the manager at the heart of organising complex events.
Apprentices gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to competently identify locations and venues, design, specify negotiate and manage services, logistics, technology and marketing. They develop great internal and external communication skills, generate ideas, work within a team, are competent, respectful and above all adaptable to the needs of each project.
Bid management professionals are integral to winning B2B and B2G work. The Bid & Proposal Co-ordinator apprenticeship is a new programme of which we are intensely proud, it has been developed by senior bid professionals for junior bid professionals.
This occupation is found in every sector and industry including manufacturing, retail, IT, automotive, service industries (financial services, health care, professional services, etc), and across large, medium and small commercial, public sector and not-for-profit organisations. Roles can sit within a specific company/agency that provides marketing deliverables and advice to external clients, or within an internal marketing team, delivering marketing activities to drive that business.
The Junior Content Producer Apprentice (or ‘Creative Content Assistant’) is the creative soul of a marketing, communications or creative team.
The apprentice develops the knowledge, skills and behaviours to work to briefs, to research, prepare and develop media messaging and maximise audience engagement. Content creation is digital or traditional and is often multi-channel/multi-use.
The apprenticeship will last from 15-18 months, 15 months will be dedicated to on programme learning and then 3 months for End-Point assessment. The knowledge is broken down into 3 different modules which can be seen on pages 2&3, learners will also be assessed on Skills and Behaviours.
Marketing Executives support the shaping and delivery of marketing plans. They are the glue in the marketing hub, often coordinating both the creative and business relationships necessary for successful campaigns.
This programme teaches these all-rounders of the marketing landscape the process of researching, developing, promoting and distributing products or services through effective channels to engage with a range of internal or external target audiences. It instills creative, communication and project management skills and helps planning and understanding of the systems, processes and budgetary implications of delivering tactical campaigns.
Whether you are promoting or protecting them, brand and reputation are at the heart of PR and communications roles. Ideal for both agency-side and client-side junior professionals the apprenticeship focuses on the ways brands, organisations and individuals communicate about themselves, their products or their services with their publics.
An 18 month programme with monthly masterclasses from a university-recognised project management expert supplemented by regular one to one activities with an expert coach to put students in the best position to achieve their apprenticeship and the industry standard APM qualification.
Policy Officers shape and/or influence government policy, they work with a wide range of stakeholders and experts to gather evidence and to synthesise information and present recommendations to senior colleagues.
We are tremendously proud of this programme which was designed by policy officers with central and local government as well as third sector experience. Expert guest speakers for early cohorts have covered reputation management (case study from history), careers in policy, feedback & analysis, a tour of UK Parliament, stakeholder consultation, assessment and networking.
The apprenticeship is a 15-18 month course and is designed to familiarise the responsibilities of the role and how to support/engage with different parts of the organisation both internally and externally.
There are a strong mixture of Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours that will need to be inherited by the learner. The business administrator is also expected to show initiative, managing priorities and own time, problem-solving skills, decision-making and the potential for
people management responsibilities through mentoring or coaching others.
The primary role of a Property Maintenance Operative is to optimise property condition and quality and to ensure the building is kept in a safe working condition. Property Maintenance Operatives need to maintain a high level of quality, providing maximum satisfaction to customers, clients, guests and team.