Over the last 8 years, we have successfully completed 610 Apprenticeship Frameworks with our staff with an 80.2% timely completion rate (against the SFA benchmark of 53%).
What is an apprenticeship?
First and foremost an apprenticeship is a job! You are an employee within a company, under a contract of employment with full worker rights and protections offered to you.
In addition to being an employee you have a commitment to complete learning towards an Apprenticeship Standard.
In a nutshell you will earn whilst you learn and learning with us is in house, so there is no need to go to college.
Who can become an apprentice at LearnPlay Foundation?
There are no upper age limits for our apprenticeships, as long as you are aged 16 or over and not undertaking any other funded learning, you are eligible for an apprenticeship.
Which apprenticeships do we deliver?
As an interactive digital media company, we are proud to deliver the Level 3 Junior Content Producer apprenticeship standard.
As part of the Junior Content Producer standard, apprentices will learn & develop the skills, knowledge & behaviours required to competently produce content for a range of digital mediums including:
- Digital Design
- Social Media
- Video Production
- Web Design & Development
In addition to the above, apprentices undertaking the Junior Content Producer apprenticeship who do not already hold GCSEs in English & Maths at grades A – C/ 4 – 9, or an equivalent, will be required to complete their Functional Skills with us as part of their apprenticeship.
If you are aged 16 or above and you show the right aptitude, enthusiasm & motivation you will be eligible for an apprenticeship at LearnPlay Foundation.
Please do take the time to read and digest the Interview Tips under the Apprenticeships heading in the menu bar on our LearnPlay Foundation website.
If you meet the criteria and would like to apply for a position with us please contact use using our contact page