Content Creation Apprenticeship

Level 3 Content Creator Apprenticeship
What is content creation?

We understand how important content is for any business that is looking to promote, sell and market their products and services.

Additionally, we know how exciting and varied a career in content is. That’s why we’ve launched our Level 3 Content Creator apprenticeship course. 

Our Content Creator apprenticeship is specially designed to develop multimedia content from written, audio, and visual to everything in between. We allow apprentices to produce content that spreads across multiple platforms and media.

Our Content Creator apprenticeships are perfect for hard-working individuals who love to express creativity through their work. In addition, they are ideal for any company looking to upskill their existing teams.

The primary duties we cover on this apprenticeship...
  • Plan and develop creative content in line with the brief and budget/costs.
  • Interpret the strategy and objectives of the brand and align these to the content.
  • Research, prepare and develop the media messaging to maximise audience engagement.
  • Develop and create written content that can be used across a variety of media.
  • Create visual and audio content that can be used across a variety of media.
  • Store content securely and methodically to enable efficient access and retrieval.
  • Collaborate with colleagues and clients to plan and align content delivery with business objectives.
  • Manage content online using appropriate tools and techniques.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the content produced against the original plan and recommend improvements.
  • Undertake continuous professional development to keep up-to-date with trends and technology.
Content Creation Apprentices will benefit from:

Earn a wage, whilst studying a fantastic course

Gaining experience in a fast-paced & competitive industry

No learning costs for the Apprentice


Potential career paths of Content Creator Apprentices…

  • Content producer
  • Social Media Assistant
  • Content Strategist 
  • Marketing Co-ordinator
  • Web Content Manager
  • Content Writer
  • Production Manager
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Assessment methods during the course

Project or campaign evaluation report, presentation of additional/new content and questions

You will be asked to complete a project or campaign evaluation report. The evaluative report will be based on a project or campaign that you have contributed to, and developed content for, in the last 6 months leading to gateway. The EPAO must confirm that the apprentice has completed a project from which they can produce an evaluative report and additional/new content. You must start the evaluative report after the gateway. The report should be a maximum of 1500 words (with a 10% tolerance).

You will have 4 weeks to complete the project or campaign evaluatative report and submit the report to the EPAO.

You need to prepare and give a presentation to an independent assessor. The presentation should outline proposed additional and/or new content for the project or campaign, developed in response to the findings of your evaluative report. Your presentation slides and any supporting materials should be submitted at the same time as the project output. The presentation with questions will last at least 30 minutes. The independent assessor will ask at least 5 questions about the project and presentation.


Professional discussion underpinned by a portfolio of evidence

You will have a professional professional discussion with an independent assessor. It will last 60 minutes. They will ask you at least 7 questions. The questions will be about certain aspects of your occupation. You need to compile a portfolio of evidence before the EPA gateway. You can use it to help answer the questions.

The EPAO will confirm where and when each assessment method will take place.

How does the end point assessment work?

An EPA is an assessment at the end of your apprenticeship. It will assess you against the knowledge, skills, and behaviours (KSBs) in the occupational standard. Your training will cover the KSBs. The EPA is your opportunity to show an independent assessor how well you can carry out the occupation you have been trained for.

Your employer will choose an end-point assessment organisation (EPAO) to deliver the EPA. Your employer and training provider should tell you what to expect and how to prepare for your EPA. The length of the training for this apprenticeship is typically 15 months. The EPA period is typically 3 months.

The overall grades available for this apprenticeship are:

  • fail
  • pass
  • merit
  • distinction


When you pass the EPA, you will be awarded your apprenticeship certificate.

The project will be centred on developing BIM, Solid Works, Auto Cad, Tekla and other digitalised systems to support growth in the construction, nuclear and allied industries and the need for digitally-skilled structural engineers and surveyors based with large employers.


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