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Building the foundations for your career journey

  • Apprenticeships are available for existing staff and new starters

  • They are developed by employers for the whole sector

  • They are available at many levels including those comparable to GCSE, A'level, Degree and Masters

  • All or the vast majority of the cost of training is covered by the government

  • Some courses are available as roll on roll so Apprenticeships can start any month of the year

Video Game Blogger

Developed by a diverse group of games publishers and developers covering mobile, PC and console games.

  • Ubisoft

  • Auroch Digital (Sumo Digital)

  • Rebellion

  • Future Games of London (Ubisoft)

  • New Dawns (The Imaginarium)

  • Sports Interactive (Sega)

  • Coatsink Software

  • Blazing Griffin

Why do an apprenticeship?

Taking this 18-month course community manager apprenticeship delivered online, with one to one coaching, will provide the marketing fundamentals and resilience skills that will help support community managers in the challenging and important role within the games industry. It builds the foundation to understand key strategies, systems and behaviours all identified by the industry employers who create the framework.

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