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Training digital apprentices

We run training for professionals in sectors like government, transport and banking.  

Recently, we were given the opportunity to take this right back to basics – to train a group of 17 to 21-year-olds on how social media is used within today’s digital world.

Short, interactive sessions create impact

To create something impactful, we delivered two hour bite-size training sessions over five weeks.

Each session was highly interactive and included group discussions, desk research, paired work, demonstrations and video content.

I liked that we were engaging live with subjects using computers to see results and reporting back to the class.

Digital media apprentice and training delegate

A personalised experience

The group were digital apprentice’s who are studying at a local college and working in various brighton-based businesses.

The purpose of the training was to develop the group’s confidence and skills in social media, helping them in both their job placements and NVQ work.

The whole course related really well with what I was doing at work and it really helped.

Digital media apprentice and training delegate

The course was tailored to meet the specific needs of the group and focused on using social media commercially for different types of businesses’ particularly in the fashion, music and media industries.

Enthusiastic trainers

We really enjoyed training the group, as they were extremely enthusiastic about the subject and already had lots of knowledge they wanted to share.

We want to do more of this with other groups of apprentices and students all over the country who could benefit from similar training.

Get in touch if you’d like to work with us.

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