Interested in journalism or the arts? Creative Black Country are recruiting two Apprentices @CreativeBCuk

creative black countrFurther details on the website:

Apprentice Arts Reporter: Details attached

The Express and Star, Wolverhampton City College and Creative Black Country are offering a rare opportunity to train as a Multi Platform Journalist specialising in Arts and Culture. As part of the Apprenticeship, you will complete an NVQ Level 3 certified by National Council for Training of Journalists.  The apprentice will be required to attend college once a week to complete functional skills classes and tests.

Applications Open Tuesday 28th July, 2015
Application Deadline: Wednesday 5th August 2015, 5pm
Enquiry Contact : Parminder Dosanjh –

Coming Soon…
Community Arts Apprentice: Details to follow

Creative Black Country is looking for an enthusiastic Community Arts Apprentice who has an interest in Community Arts Management including maintaining links with the local community. The role involves supporting the team in planning, coordinating, marketing, evaluating and documenting the work of Creative Black Country. As part of the Apprenticeship, you will complete an NVQ and gain a wide range of project management and marketing skills.
Applications Open: w/c 3 August
Application Deadline: Tuesday 01 September 2015, 5pm
Enquiry Contact: Esther Lisk-Carew –


Esther Lisk-Carew

Project Administrator

Creative Black Country

Making the most of local talent

Tel: 0121 525 1127
Facebook: CreativeBCuk Twitter: @CreativeBCuk
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