Creative Employment Programme - Projects

Building A Creative Nation

Creative Arts East has been successful in securing funding from the Creative Employment Programme to work with organisations and freelancers across Norfolk, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire to create 76 paid internships and apprenticeships for unemployed young people aged 16 - 24.
 
We are still looking for partners, so if you are a creative or cultural organisation or a freelancer working within the sector and are interested in employing an intern or apprentice please do get in touch.
 
We will be posting opportunities on this page as and when they begin recruitment.
 
There are certain criteria you must meet in order to be eligible to apply for a Creative Employment Programme funded internship. At the time of applying you must be aged 18 to 24 years old and you must be registered as unemployed with Jobcentre Plus. These eligibility criteria have been approved by the Department of Work and Pensions.
 
You must be aged 16-24 to apply for an apprenticeship and apply through the channels provided.
 
 

Current Opportunities

Development Programme Assistant at Creative Arts East
Contract: 6 month internship
Wage:   £7.20 per hour
Hours:   30 hours per week over 5 days
Responsible to: Community Touring Manager
 
Job Purpose: To provide practical day to day support and assistance to the organisation for its arts and audience development related work. To work with the Community Touring Manager and other appropriate staff in direct support of the newly established West Norfolk Arts Development Programme, contributing to and developing opportunities for other project related activities as required.
 
Duties and Responsibility
Core responsibilities
These responsibilities are shared by all members of the Creative Arts East team
1. To ensure high standards are achieved in the specific areas of your responsibility;
2. To promote a cultural ethos of co-operation and support, in order to develop an inclusive and accessible organisation;
3. To contribute to the activities of the organisation in whatever way necessary, to promote the interests of the organisation and achieve its business plans and purpose;
4. To ensure that the corporate commitment to diversity and to CAE's mission statement, 'to improve community life through the creative use of the arts', informs all aspects of the organisation's work;
5. To contribute to the annual business planning process.
 
Specific duties
 
Internal
1. Provide practical, project and administrative support to the organisation and, in particular, designated arts and audience development projects, including the West Norfolk Arts Development programme;
2. Provide project based marketing support including writing basic press releases, updating social networking sites and liaising with press contacts;
3. Undertake general office duties related to specific project work including post, photocopying, basic document design, printing, distribution and other general related duties;
4. Manage correspondence and messages relating to the Arts Development programme and other identified projects as required;
5. Maintain in-house databases of contacts and monitoring data to provide up-to-date and accurate information for internal and external use;
6. Organise, attend and undertake minute taking of meetings, as required;
7. Work closely with the other members of the team to maximise opportunities for joint working to reach new audiences and promote social inclusion;
8. Assist in the provision of reports and monitoring information as required by the Community Touring Manager, Executive Director or Finance Manager;
9. Assist with risk assessments, Health & Safety issues, and legal requirements of managing events on behalf of Creative Arts East;
 
External
10. Liaise with voluntary promoting groups, local delivery partners and other key stakeholders to maximise impact and build an increased understanding of local need in order to ensure positive and mutually beneficial relationships between them and Creative Arts East;
11. Develop relationships with arts organisations and other agencies in order to identify and develop collaborative opportunities in line with agreed arts and audience development strategies;
12. Liaise with artists/venues/promoters regarding publicity material, practical arrangements, etc;
13. Attend promotional and project events, some of which may take place outside of normal working hours;
14. Undertake any reasonable internal or external activities as may from time to time be required by the Community Touring Manager or senior management.
  
Please follow this link for a full person specification.
 
If you wish to apply for this position please contact your local Jobcentre Plus (and quote the following LMS reference:  NOS/152377) before you apply to ensure you are eligible.
 
To request an application form please contact Julie Hewitt: 
Julie@creativeartseast.co.uk or on 01953 713390
  

Communications and Marketing Assistant at Creative Arts East
Contract: 6 month internship
Wage:   £7.20 per hour
Hours:   30 hours per week over 5 days
Responsible to: Deputy Director and Project Portfolio Manager
 
Job Purpose: To support Creative Arts East in the delivery of the organisation's marketing, communications and information handling activity. The post holder will be responsible for supporting the implementation of external communications for the organisation across online platforms, print, distribution and local press and administering data and information to support profile-raising and fundraising activities.
 
 
Duties and Responsibility

Core responsibilities
These responsibilities are shared by all members of the Creative Arts East team
1. To ensure high standards are achieved in the specific areas of your responsibility;
2. To promote a cultural ethos of co-operation and support, in order to develop an inclusive and accessible organisation;
3. To contribute to the activities of the organisation in whatever way necessary, to promote the interests of the organisation and achieve its business plans and purpose;
4. To ensure that the corporate commitment to diversity and to CAE's mission statement, 'to improve community life through the creative use of the arts' informs all aspects of the organisation's work;
5. To contribute to the annual business planning process.
 
Specific duties
 
 
Digital Communications:
* Update website and ensure relevance and accuracy of information
* Assist in profile-raising for the organisation and its programmes through online presence in blogs, social networks and content sharing sites
* Assist in the implementation of the Audience Development Strategy
PR & Campaigns:
*  Develop and deliver marketing and communications campaigns in conjunction with Lead Officers and Senior Management
* Design and create high quality flyers, posters and other visual marketing tools as and when required for various aspects of the organisations work
* Develop promotional opportunities and ideas from conception through to delivery
* Work with the team to plan and implement marketing strategies to support specific campaigns
* Deal with day to day press relations including writing and distributing listings, event press releases, responding to press enquiries etc.
* Send out monthly e-bulletins using mailchimp software and any additional e-newsletters as and when required
* Liaise with external agencies where necessary to ensure communications campaigns are delivered on time and within guidelines
 
Information Management:
* Monitor and report on website and social media statistics
* Take responsibility for processing audience/customer monitoring and evaluation data and extracting results as required by specific campaigns
* Create and manage an organisation-wide Customer Relationship Management System to support information management, marketing and fundraising strategies

General: 
* Undertake general administration associated with the role including use of
email and office based programmes
* Work as part of a small office team, answering phones, attending meetings, taking notes and drafting documents as required 
* Contribute to regular team meetings 
* Comply with the organisation's policies including equal opportunities, health and safety and child/vulnerable adult protection
* Carry out any other reasonable duties as appropriate to the post and as required by line or senior management
* To undertake any training necessary for the effective execution of the post

 Please follow this link to a full person specification.

 
If you wish to apply for this position please contact your local Jobcentre Plus (and quote the following LMS reference:  NOS/152378) before you apply to ensure you are eligible.
 
To request an application form please contact Julie Hewitt: 
Julie@creativeartseast.co.uk or on 01953 713390

Reading Museum Creative Employment Programme - Placement
£15,207 - £15,942 pro rata
 
30 hours a week for 26 weeks
 
Are you enthusiastic about Museums and Heritage? Would you like the opportunity to work with one of the country's longest established School Loan Service? This exciting opportunity could be just the thing for you!


The Project

Reading Museum is undergoing exciting changes in the way it works over the next few months. We are offering a 26 week entry level post for an enthusiastic person who can help with developing our website and social media offering whilst also contributing to plans for moving our important school loans collection.

This is a great opportunity to be at the centre of an organisation that is involved in a number of exciting projects including the HLF supported Reading Abbey Revealed project. The placement will be in a position to gain experience and understanding of working in a museum environment but also to develop skills key transferable skills.

The Role

Reporting to the Museum Learning Officer, your main duties will include the development a report that will focus on:

- creating a timeline for the loans collection move
- analyse the current storage and create a plan for the relocation of the school loans collection

The intern will also be expected to:

- create pages of content for the new website in collaboration with the museum team
- continue to develop the museumâ€Ã¢â€ž¢s social media sites, including the Reading Abbey Quarter page
 
The placement will also get the opportunity to work closely with Museum staff. Through this they will:
- learn about working in the Museum
- learn to use the Museum ADLIB Complete database
- learn about marketing to schools
- learn about the Museum's school loans service
- learn about the use of social media in a work environment

We will also work with the intern over the duration of the role to identify any other areas of development that we can support.

If you would like to apply for this role please contact you local JobCentre quoting either of the following: LMS- REA/140870 or PRO-114832 . They will be able to check for eligibility and issue you with an application form.

You can also visit http://www.reading.gov.uk/jobs for more details on how to apply online. Alternatively, call the Recruitment Team on 0118 937 2039 (24 hour answerphone) quoting the job reference number and the job title of the post you are interested in.

Please do not send a CV: for the purposes of equal opportunities,
we can only accept Reading Borough Council application forms.


Norfolk & Norwich Festival
EVENTS & ADMINISTRATION INTERN
Full-time (30 hrs per week; over 4 or 5 days to be agreed) at National Minimum Wager
9 months internship (30 September 2016 – 30 June 2017)

The Events & Administration Intern will play a key role in providing support to the Development team, working with the Director of Development and Development Manager.  The role will provide an opportunity to gain valuable work experience within event management, business administration and fundraising and will offer an insight into the workings of an internationally renowned Festival.  Supervision and support will be provided.  This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to develop a career in fundraising, business administration and/or events management.  The Events & Administration Intern is an important support role which will be key to ensuring the successful delivery of the 2017 Festival. 
 
About you

You will bring with you excellent written and verbal communication skills, confidence in dealing with a range of people, high level ICT skills and experience of office administration. You will be highly motivated, very organised and enjoy working as part of a hard working and professional team.  In addition the Events & Administration Intern will require a willingness to help organise events for range of corporate sponsors and high net worth individuals.

Reports to:  Director of Development

Purpose: To assist the Development team in the delivery of funding-related activity and event management in the run up to and delivery of Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017 (12–28 May)

Specific Responsibilities:

Working with the Development team, the Events & Administration Intern will provide vital administrative and practical support.

Festival Gala

• Support the Director of Development with all administrative support required to organise the Festival Gala which will take place on Thursday 18 May 2017
• Take minutes at all Festival Gala committee meetings
• Manage all Gala invitations, tickets, seat plans and dietary requirements
• Process all ticket payments
• Seek and secure raffle/silent auction prizes for the event
• Lead on the management of the silent auction system (uploading photographs and lot descriptions)
• Support the Director of Development with the design of the Gala brochure and content, Gala tickets and table numbers and printing thereof
• Support the Development team on the night to ensure the smooth running of the evening
• Provide administrative support after the Gala including processing all auction prize payments, providing prize details to winners and writing thank you letters

 

Development

• Maintain necessary administrative and operational systems as required by the Development team, specifically the Development database/records
• Assist the Director of Development with the day to day administration of the Individual Giving scheme
• Assist the Development team in dealing with enquiries and in drafting correspondence as required
• Assist the Development team with large mail outs and electronic correspondence to current and prospective sponsors and supporters
• Support the Director of Development and Development Manager with event organisation and management for all events include corporate hospitality, supporter engagement/ VIP events and Festival Opening Reception (Friday 12th May) with duties to include venue management, catering and guest lists
• Assisting the Development Director in the research of Trusts & Foundations and compiling evaluation reports to funders.

Undertake any other duties assigned by the Director of Development which might reasonably be deemed to be within the status of the job and appropriate to the post.

If you wish to apply for this position please contact your local Jobcentre Plus quoting the LMS reference number NOS/152373.  Your local JCP adviser will check your eligibility and get in touch with Norwich JCP in order to provide you with a job application form to complete and return.

Alternatively, you can telephone Norwich JCP direct on 01603 248860 quoting the corresponding reference number and they will be able to perform your eligibility check and provide you with a job application form.


Norfolk & Norwich Festival

PRODUCTION INTERN
Full-time; (30 hrs pw September-February inclusive; 37½ hrs pw March-June inclusive) paid at National Minimum Wage
9 months internship (30 September 2016 – 2 June 2017)

About you

You will have a passion for arts and culture and an enthusiasm to develop skills and experience in festival production. You will be highly motivated, with excellent written and verbal communication skills and confidence in dealing with a range of people. Previous experience in a production role is not essential, but we will look for candidates who can confidently outline transferable skills and experience.
Reports to:  Head of Production

Purpose: To provide support to the Production team in the run up to and delivery of Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017 (12-28 May)

Specific Responsibilities:

Working with the Production department (Head of Production, Production Coordinator, Technical Manager and Production Assistant) the Production Intern will provide vital administrative and practical support to the full team. This will include:

• Providing administrative support to all members of the Production team as requested
• Working with the Production Coordinator to maintain a database of contacts and information relating to the 2017 programme using Excel and Word
• Originating and maintaining financial documentation across the department. 
• Preparing financial information from existing documentation.
• Ensuring all information is received from artistic companies and suppliers as and when necessary
• Originating correspondence and dealing with email and telephone enquiries for the department
• Assisting in the preparation for meetings
• Recording minutes of meetings
• Conducting research for specific events as and when necessary
• Assisting in the creation of schedules
• Providing on the ground support for the Production team at venues and events across the Festival
Assisting the Production Assistant with Artist meet and greet responsibilities during the festival

Undertake any other duties assigned by the Head of Production which might reasonably be deemed to be within the status of the job and appropriate to the post


General Responsibilities:

Alongside other Intern and Assistant roles within other teams, the Production Intern will also provide support to the full organisation.

• Act as one of the first points of contact for the general office including answering the phone, greeting visitors and dealing with deliveries
• Deal with telephone and email enquiries, taking messages or dealing with them as appropriate
• Undertake filing (paper and electronic), emailing, archiving, photocopying, minute-taking, record keeping, correspondence and processing payments including the use of a PDQ machine
• Provide general office administrative support including distribution of incoming and outgoing post
• Maintain necessary administrative and operational systems as required
• Competently use a range of standard office equipment including PCs, telephone, photocopier, printer, laminator, franking machine (relevant training will be provided)

If you wish to apply for this position please contact your local Jobcentre Plus quoting the LMS reference number NOS/152374.  Your local JCP adviser will check your eligibility and get in touch with Norwich JCP in order to provide you with a job application form to complete and return.


Alternatively, you can telephone Norwich JCP direct on 01603 248860 quoting the corresponding reference number and they will be able to perform your eligibility check and provide you with a job application form


PHACE & Vivacity
Marketing & Communications Internship
Reporting to:  PHACE Strategic Manager & Vivacity Arts Development Officer
Contract: 26 week contract, 30 hours per week, variable days with office hours from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday and some evening and weekend working may be required.
Salary:  £5226 for the 26 week contract
     
PURPOSE OF ROLE
The Marketing & Communications Intern will have work stations both at Chauffeur's Cottage with PHACE and in the Key Theatre with Vivacity and will be involved with the profiling and promotion of the programmes both.
At PHACE the intern will produce copy for and upload to social media platforms, the website, and newsletters. He/she will be in contact will the Directors of PHACE and all PHACE & Vivacity partners, schools, press, members and sponsors to raise the profile of the diverse cultural activities and events delivered by both organisations.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES

Work alongside the PHACE Strategic Manager to devise a marketing strategy
To feed into the PHACE 5 Year Business Plan
Work alongside the Vivacity Arts Development Team to promote events and activities
Assist with the planning & delivery of Vivacity events

For both organisations:
To maximize use of all digital and social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest etc
Design marketing promotions
Conduct market research, benchmarking
Contribute to campaigns for events and activities
Analyse data for evaluation purposes
Approach different partners and sponsors for cross & joint promotion opportunities
Contribute to funding bids and fundraising
Attend events and serve as an advocate

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Experience & knowledge                                                                  
Appropriate degree - Desirable                                                                         
Some relevant work experience - Desirable                                                    

Skills
Good administrative and organisational skills - Essential
A high level of self-motivation - Desirable                                                             
Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Essential
Hard-working, willing to experiment and try different concepts - Essential
Accuracy and excellent attention to detail - Desirable                                              
Excellent interpersonal and team working skills, networking skills - Desirable
Good customer care skills - Essential
Demonstrable proficiency at information technology - Essential
Photoshop and/or InDesign skills - Desirable                                                         

Attitude
Passion for arts and culture - Essential
Flexible to changing demands, new challenges and ways of working - Desirable
'Can do' positive attitude - Essential
A 'no nonsense' practical approach to work and achieving results - Essential
A creative mind with the ability to generate and implement ideas - Essential
Empathy with the goals and values of PHACE & Vivacity - Essential
Committed to diversity and equality of opportunity - Essential

EDUCATION
It is desirable that the intern be educated to degree level. Whilst PHACE & Vivacity recognise the value of professional qualification/s we also give equal value to experience and therefore remain flexible in our qualifications criteria.

TERMS & CONDITIONS
Contract:  26 week fixed contract 
Term:   From August to January 2017
Salary:  £5226 gross (hourly rate according to age eg. £6.70 from 21-24 years)
Hours:   30 hours per week, 9am-5pm typically from Monday to Friday, with occasional evening and weekend work
Location:  PHACE at Chauffeur's Cottage & Key Theatre, Peterborough
Probation: 12 weeks
Holidays:  8 days + Bank holidays for term of contract
Staff benefits:  Training and development opportunities
PHACE & Vivacity welcome applications from all sections of the community; diversity is embedded in the ethos of both organisations.

Please quote this LMS number PCH/57060 to your advisor to check you are eligible before you apply for this position.

To apply you will need to send Curriculum Vitae, a letter of application and a supporting statement. When doing so, please consider the following:

In your supporting statement, please include why you are interested in this post and what skills and experiences you have in relation to the job description and person specification. Your supporting statement should be no more than two pages of A4 (minimum font 11pt).

The closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Friday 5th August

You application should be emailed to Liz Falconbridge,  PHACE Strategic Manager: e.falconbridge@btinternet.com  stating 'Application for Marketing & Communications Internship' in the subject field.

Interviews are due to take place on the Thursday 22nd July 2016.

To apply for this position please quote LMS number PCH/56982 at your local Jobcentre Plus.


 
Projects Assistant Intern at Arts North Norfolk
    
Reports to: Chief Executive
Responsible for: Some supervisory responsibility for event teams/volunteers
Hours: 30 hours per week, to include evenings and weekends
Salary: Minimum wage
 
Main purpose of the role
To support our programmes and projects in preparation, delivery and evaluation.
To increase participatory levels with all programmes of Arts North Norfolk, using a variety of means including engagement activities via the creative programmes.
 
Projects
1. To support artists in their delivery and project management.
2. To develop new projects considering music development.
3. To develop projects with and for young people and act as our Young People's Ambassador.
 
Engagement
4. To support marketing and promotions, from grassroots marketing methods to social media.
5. To devise and deliver innovative means of engagement with target groups, particularly children and young people.
6. To lead and support participatory sessions, working with participants of all ages.
7. To represent the organisation and projects at external meetings and events.
8. To take part in events and shows.
 
General
9. To oversee housekeeping and general services for the box office, back office and at events.
10. To act as assistant to the Chief Executive.
11. Any other reasonable duties as determined by the Chief Executive.
 
Person Specification
Experience
Essential: Experience of working in an office and customer service environment.
Experience of using IT systems and databases, including Excel.
Desirable: Experience of working within the voluntary sector.
 
Knowledge and understanding
Essential: Able to communicate well with audiences, participants and partners.
Able to prioritise workloads and understand team objectives.
Desirable: Understanding of working for a charitable organisation.
 
Skills and Qualifications
Essential: Excellent written, verbal, telephone and interpersonal skills.
Excellent organisational skills including the ability to work to deadlines.
The ability to research, collate and evaluate information.
Desire to develop own skills in the creative industries.
Desirable: Knowledge of the arts/education/North Norfolk area.
Experience and skill as a performer (actor or musician).
 
Personal qualities
Essential: The ability to manage own workload and to work as part of a team.
A positive attitude and flexible approach.
Able to accommodate a flexible way of working, including evenings and weekends/ as fits with the events programme.
Understanding of the organisation's aims, including the promotion of arts and educational opportunities.
 
If you wish to apply for this position please contact your local Jobcentre Plus (and quote the following LMS reference: NOL/14167)
 
Arts North Norfolk is an equal opportunities employer, who is actively seeking to employ people currently under-represented in the creative and cultural sector. This includes young people, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities.

Applications by CV and covering letter.
For more information about this job please visit the News page of www.artsnorthnorfolk.org.

 
Arts Project Manager Intern (20Twenty Productions and Active Learning Trust)
Location: 20Twenty Productions, March Town Hall
£6.75 hourly rate for 30 hours a week
Hours of work: Monday to Friday hours to be agreed
Line Manager: Katherine Nightingale, 20Twenty Productions
Travel required: Travel will be required (work linked expenses will be reimbursed)
 
Please apply via your local Jobcentre Plus quoting LMS number ELY/31589
Application is by CV and cover letter.
 
Job Description
 
About the Internship
The role will manage a number of discrete projects with and for the ALT primary schools with the aim of promoting and communicating their arts and cultural provision between classes, between schools and to the wider community including parents. Some of these projects will be with individual schools especially with Isle of Ely Primary helping them to make the new school building a lively and creative environment. Some projects may involve more than one school: shared exhibitions or displays for example.
 
The internship will work with teachers and children to agree and deliver the project activity. These will include creating display galleries in school; telling the story of creative activities through social media channels, newsletters or websites; developing new partnerships with local artists and organisations to reflect children's learning; supporting events with parents; and supporting teachers' activity in the classroom.
 
This is an internship supported by Young Fenland Cultural Consortium. The role will work with and be supported by the 20Twenty Productions team.
 
Key duties:
* To specifically support Isle of Ely School with the celebrations around the move to the new building and share creative outputs widely
* To work with Isle of Ely's artist in residence to profile work across the new school and engage parents
* To work with ALT schools to profile their creativity through school display
* To develop galleries in schools to show work
* To explore options where schools could share displays and art work
* To communicate ALT schools creativity to the wider community through a range of media
* To communicate the benefits of cultural education through school displays and communications with the wider community
 
Skills/qualifications
Essential:
* Strong interest or experience of working in the arts and project management
* Strong interest or experience of working with schools or with children
* Excellent time management and organisational skills
* Good understanding of social media and online communication
* Good interpersonal skills
* Be enthusiastic, self-motivated and outgoing
* Be able to establish productive relationships with people at all levels
* Have a positive and adaptable approach to problem solving
* Have a basic understanding of financial management
* Be able to work as part of a team
* Experience of using IT packages like Word and Excel
* Have a current driving license and access to own transport
Desirable skills:
* Experience of display, exhibition or gallery curation
 
The role will be subject to a DBS check.
For more information about this role please contact your local Jobcentre Plus and quote LMS number ELY/31589

 
Arts Development Internship at Cambridgeshire Music
There are 2 internship opportunities available 
Location:    Based at Huntingdon
Hours:        30 or 37 hours per week as agreed
Salary:        £7.43 hourly rate

Role description

Supporting arts development as part of a music, dance and drama service creating opportunities in schools and arts projects outside of schools.
Training provided to support administration, delivery of activities and project coordination.

 

Principal Accountabilities
1. Responding to hub partners' and colleagues requests and needs for assistance with projects with professional integrity. General administration tasks including making and receiving telephones calls, photocopying, filing and data collection 20%
2. Prepare marketing material and distribute 10%
3. Work closely and in a professional manner with hub partners as well as supervisors and colleagues; to form good working relationships, meeting Cambridgeshire Behaviours.  Communicate and respond in agreed timescales and deliver efficient administration and dialogue with regard to delivered activity. 10%
4. Provide feedback and assessment information through agreed mechanisms or as requested to demonstrate the progress. and development of projects.  15%
5. Shadow staff, tutors and workshop leaders and participate in practical music sessions, contributing to planning and evaluation. 10%
6. Be aware and comply with all Health and Safety requirements, ensuring full and accurate risk management of projects and acting promptly upon concerns especially with regard to safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. 10%
7. Undertake education courses as agreed with Line Manager and education provider. 25%
8. Take on additional duties as requested by the line manager.  5%
 
Skills and Attributes
Essential   
* Numerate, literate and able to utilise IT systems to deliver services.
* Ability to communicate effectively with others.
* Able to work flexibly to meet demands of the service and of partner organisations.
* Able to plan, organise and prioritise own workload.
* Undertake education units throughout the placement.
* Willingness to travel to activity locations
* Experience of instrumental music
Desirable  
* Fast learner with a good eye for detail
* Knowledge of Music Technology.
* Previous experience of working on productions and/or projects.
* Able to provide services in a variety of environments using own initiative and as part of a team.
 
Additional information for applicants:
To apply for these internships please contact your local Jobcentre Plus and quote LMS number: HUT/60501


 

Creative Employment Programme (CEP)

£15m fund to support the creation of traineeships, formal apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for young unemployed people aged 16-24 wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. Providing part wage grants to employers, both commercial and subsidised, who fall within the Arts Council England's footprint and who create new apprenticeship and internship job opportunities for young unemployed people aged 16-24 in England. Footprint includes Music, Dance, Theatre, Literature, Visual Arts, Contemporary Craft, Combined Arts, Galleries, Circus, Carnival Arts, Museums and Libraries. CEP is managed by Creative and Cultural Skills. www.ccskills.org.uk/supporters/funding/details/the-creative-employment-programme
 
 

Creative & Cultural Skills: National Skills Academy for Creative and Cultural

Supports skills and training needs of the UK's creative and cultural industries; our Skills Academy partnerships are local and national networks of employers and training providers, who are committed to the provision of high quality, industry-relevant education and training, apprenticeships and careers advice; licenced as a Sector Skills Council by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills. www.ccskills.org.uk