I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.— Albert Einstein
Can you provide the conditions for the future creative and digital leaders to learn and develop?
Young people are the lifeblood of our industry. The creative sector has seen more investment than any other, and is growing at an exponential rate. In order for it to continue to grow it is important that we find creative and digital pioneers of the future and work with them.
Benefits to working with apprentices
One of the greatest benefits of running an apprenticeship scheme is that it helps you to create a dedicated, loyal workforce. There are also many social benefits , such as reducing unemployment and inspiring future generations of creative and digital business leaders.
according to government stats 96% of businesses currently employing apprentices have said they are benefitting their business.
financial support maybe available for the first apprentice taken on, subject to conditions
employees can see that you are investing in the future of the business and this helps with morale
helps to improve productivity within the workplace as you have an extra pair of hands
developing new skills and knowledge in different technical and business areas will help when you tender for new work
a better corporate image as an employer who invests in training
David Eccles, Managing Director, thisisLDA
"One of the reason we are engaging with apprenticeships in the Northwest, is that it gives us access to a fantastic pool of raw talent. Apprenticeships for thisLDA are part of a long-term plan..."
Andy Lovatt, Managing Director, The White Room
"You don't have to be ‘artistic’ to work in the creative industries. You could walk into any number of well paid and well trained Apprenticeships in Manchester."