We are pleased to invite Digital Union members to learn about NCL College’s brand-new course, Creative Digital Design Degree Apprenticeships
We are pleased to invite Digital Union members to learn about Newcastle College’s brand-new course, Creative Digital Design Degree Apprenticeship in the form of a short online webinar, hosted by Generator and Newcastle College.
The course if the first of its kind in the UK and presents a fantastic opportunity for businesses of all sizes across the North East to benefit from offering a Creative Digital Design Apprenticeship. Newcastle College are looking to grow the number of businesses from the North East who will be offering the apprenticeships, growing their national portfolio of businesses who have already registered their interest.
You will hear from some of the key staff at Newcastle College who will be delivering the course including:
Andrew Esson, Director of Industrial Strategy
Lee Tennant, Head of Business Development
Graham Stouph, Head of Creative Digital
Nick Jordan, Curriculum Leader, Creative Digital
They’ll let you know all about the course and why it’s important for the North East Creative Digital Industry, how your business could benefit from it and what you need to do to get involved. There’ll be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and find out more information.
With such an exciting opportunity being offered within our region, we would love to see Digital Union members come along to find out more!
What is the course?
The BA (Hons) Creative Digital Design Apprenticeship programme aims to reflect the ongoing changes and developments within the creative industries by working in line with the latest technological trends. This apprenticeship has been designed to support the creative and technical skills that are in high demand by the wider Digital Design and Creative industries within the region, such as typography and graphic design, branding and advertising, fine art and visual communication information and interaction design, photography, data visualisation and moving image. All of these are pursued by uniquely balancing design creativity with contemporary technology. The apprenticeship explores different media and develop specialist skills in studio-based teaching and technical workshops which are complemented by contextual and professional studies.