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Live Events and Promotion Apprenticeship (Level 2)

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Business, Finance and Management


1 year


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Course Overview

This intermediate level apprenticeship is ideal for those who want to work in a technical, artistic or administrative capacity involving indoor or outdoor events, one-off events or tours and small to large scale productions.Upon completion, learners will be able to demonstrate competence in a variety of related job roles. Learners will also develop general skills and knowledge required in all aspects of producing a show or live event.Job roles at Level 2 (Intermediate Apprenticeship) may include working as stage and venue support crew, as a sales and marketing assistant, an event booking assistant, event promotions, support staff, as a booking agent assistant.

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What will I learn?

Learners are required to complete the following mandatory units which are equal to 14 credits: Provide administrative support to the planning of live events, Support the planning of a live events, Understand how to support the planning of live events and Work effectively with other people in a creative and cultural context.

Learners are also required to achieve 12 credits from further additional units.

Tasks undertaken by Apprentices will vary depending on the level and sector in which they are employed.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this course.

Study, Assessment and Qualifications

This apprenticeship will take a minimum of 12 months to complete and the duration will be subject to any previous experience.

The Competence element will be assessed in the workplace using evidence to build a portfolio. You will have access to the college resources for research and support.

A mixture of on and off the job training provides a variety of learning opportunities across the whole programme.

If you have achieved GCSE grade E+ in Maths, English & ICT, you may not need to complete the Functional Skills part of the framework.

What Could I Do Next?

On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses

Business, Finance and Management

Career Opportunities

  • HR Assistant
  • Data Analyst
  • Accountant

  • Budgeting Analyst
  • Accounting Clerk
  • Business Development Manager

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