Apprenticeships are growing in popularity across a range of sectors as employers realise the business benefits. In fact, employers find apprentices 15% more employable that people with other qualifications.
The digital marketing sector can harness the talents of the younger generation by hiring apprentices. Well-versed in technological trends and social media, apprentices can bring a depth of knowledge and enthusiasm which could be difficult to find in other candidates.
Arch‘s recent partnership with City and Guilds was done in a bid to help develop a brand new qualification in Digital Marketing to help 16-18 year olds enter the marketplace through apprenticeships. The City Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Digital Marketing is now live on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) and Arch is looking to develop the next level for 19-24 year olds.
As such, Arch is moving forward with the Higher Apprenticeship and has launched a Consultation Survey on the Level 4 Diploma in Digital Marketing and is now reportedly calling upon digital marketing professionals to provide feedback to aid its development.
The survey can be accessed here.