Find out more at www.theargus.co.uk/jobs/jobs_fair_april_2017/
want to work in TV, games, design, animation, developing, programming, content marketing or mobile technology.... take your first steps in to a digital career at talent 2017
As part of Talent 2017 on Weds March 15th Wired Sussex are holding a free digital jobs fair with lots of employers and workshops to help kick start your career. Get in and start networking! On the Friday they are also offering young people work experience opportunities in Brighton digital companies so see if your school is involved.
Register for the jobs fair here:
Lots of people find the idea of networking difficult. Some thoughts you might have are 'but I hate talking to people I don't know!' or 'it's embarrassing asking for a job!' or 'what if I say the wrong thing?!' The good news is if you do networking right then these worries would not be a concern because networking is not about just asking for something! Read on and learn how to make networking work for you.
The next Brighton Jobs Fair takes place on 19th February, 2016 at the The Grand Hotel - 10am to 2pm
Come dressed to impress as employers will be there on the day recruiting, and don’t forget your CV!!
Find out more www.thejobfairs.co.uk/job-fairs
Check out the most recent jobs list www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/sites/brighton-hove.gov.uk/files/Childcare%20job%20vacancy%20list%2014%20January%202016.pdf
Applications for this year’s Production Apprentice Scheme are now open and close on 20th April.
Applications are now open
The BBC needs talented, creative people with different stories and life experiences to help us create outstanding diverse content for TV, radio and online. It's not about where you are from; it's about where you are going. If you have a passion for the media and enjoy coming up with creative ideas then this is a great opportunity for you.
To be a great BBC Production Apprentice you need to have loads of ideas, be organised, practical and helpful and work well in a team. You should want to learn, develop and create and have the ability and keenness to combine work and study. Previous media experience is not essential.
We will be looking for people who :
As well as During the scheme you will be trained by our partner college and by the BBC Academy. Key study areas include:
About the role The BBC Academy is working with a London college to develop best-in-class courses to give apprentices a world-class foundation in Creative and Digital Media.
This Level 3 Apprenticeship will give you an excellent practical understanding of the Television and Radio production processes.
Following an initial training period you will then work in production on three placements with training at regular intervals between placements. Those that succeed in television have a can-do positive attitude and are prepared to work unpredictable hours. You will have a placement manager who will be responsible for your learning objectives and you will be assessed on each placement.
For all the latest news about apprentices and trainee schemes, and tips and hints for your application please follow @BBCTrainees.
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This blog is written and maintained by professional Careers Advisors at Elev8careers, in Sussex UK.