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Events Assistant Apprenticeship

Big Creative Education (BCE) have been offering advanced
apprenticeships in events management since 2010 to a wide roster
of event production companies, live music promoters and booking
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About the Apprenticeship

BCE have created a unique Events Industry apprenticeship offer built around the principles of the level 3 ‘Events Assistant’ apprenticeship standard.

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Apprentices learn in real time the techniques and strategies relevant to today’s fast paced industry, thus insuring the ability to inaugurate apprentices into your business faster and more efficiently.

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 events industries by industry professionals, utilising cutting edge digital and online delivery, industry masterclasses and practical projects.

Big Creative Education have developed a unique training model that offers our Events Assistant 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.

Events Assistant Apprenticeship Vacancies

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Beautiful Digital Limited – Junior Social Media Motion Graphics Content Creator

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Mystic Sons – Music PR assistant (apprentice)

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Entry Requirements

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


Vocational success rate for Academy learners


of BCE Level 3 learners progress to University


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

The entertainment industry relies heavily on relationships: the sooner the apprentice begin to experience live shows, they can begin networking and furthering their careers.

Becks HemusCreative Producer @ PF Events
Becks Hemus