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Junior Content Producer

A Junior Content Producer creates content for digital, social media, broadcast or print. This might be in the form of video, graphics, photography or copy.
Watch 'Tamuka ITV News Success Story'
About the Apprenticeship

The Apprentice will work to client briefs, developing media and messaging that engages the audience, captures the strategy and encapsulates the brand. This is often part of a media, advertising and marketing campaign.

While the candidate may have a specialism, they’ll learn a range of content production skills with BCE. They’re expected to collaborate with other creatives, communicating ideas and adding value to the team.

BCE have created a unique content production apprenticeship offer built around the principles of the level 3 ‘Junior Content Producer’ apprenticeship standard.

Apprentices learn the techniques and strategies relevant to today’s fast paced industry. This means they’re able to get up to speed quickly and start adding value to real-world projects.

How it works

Creative Apprenticeship Standards are level 3 apprenticeships (A level equivalent), combining work-based learning with ‘off the job training’.

Big Creative apprentices are trained in specific skills relevant to the media, marketing and advertising industry. This is delivered by industry professionals, using cutting-edge digital and online delivery, industry masterclasses and practical projects.

Big Creative Education have developed a unique training model that offers our Junior Content Producer apprentices the following:
  • Monthly tutorials / industry masterclasses
  • Online learning platform
  • Video 1-1 tutorials
  • Access to specialist guest speakers
  • Support from an industry specialist assessor

Delivery sessions will include an in-person workshop format, webinar and remote learning options.

Entry Requirements

Aged 16 +
Minimum of 5 GCSEs A*- C, including Maths and English (4 or above in the new GCSE scales).

97

Vocational success rate for Academy learners

74

of BCE Level 3 learners progress to University

88

of BCE apprentices progress into careers in London’s creative economy

Just like BCT, Tamuka Walker came from Walthamstow. His love of film and cinema started young. He was not only an avid film watcher, but an analyser of the production. Inspired by filmmakers like Tarantino, Tamuka set about finding work experience and he quickly found work on film sets and at film festivals. Encouraged by a supportive teacher, he applied for ourcreative media apprenticeship. We arranged for Tamuka to do a task for an upcoming ITN apprenticeship. They were impressed and he was hired, and today he’s a successful cameraman on ITV news.

Tamuka WalkerFormer Apprentice @ ITV News