How To Apply For A Digital Apprenticeship

Posted on Nov 3 2014 - 9:02am by Alexandra Ashton

When starting career it is always hardest to take the first step. You don’t know where or even how to start. If you are wondering about your future work life, apprenticeship can be an answer for you. Being an apprentice is an excellent way to make a first step toward your new career by learning professional skills.  By being apprentice you will have the opportunity to work in a real company and gain valuable experience. You will your employer and colleagues who will learn you everything you need to know about that job. There is no better way to learn than to learn it first-hand. You will get experience that will be real asset for you when you start looking for a permanent employment. If you are lucky enough and of course if you prove yourself as a valuable employee maybe you can stay in the company you were doing your apprenticeship. It is important to remember that you always need to do your best.

There are couple of digital roles you could pursue when applying for a job in a digital sector like development, marketing, design and content. Answer couple of questions in this interesting infographic to find out which role is a best match for you. For example, Content specialists need to stay on top of the trends. They need to go outside their comfort zone to find the next big thing. Working in Content you need to be familiar with everything your client might desire and how to adapt in this constantly evolving industry. If you are interested in apprenticeship there are couple of actions all apprentices need to take. One of the most important things you need to remember is to plan ahead. The skills you learn might not be as important now but they could prove crucial in future. In this helpful infographic you will get more amazing advices about applying for an digital apprenticeship.


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Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.