THE JUICE ACADEMY PARTNERS WITH HOOTSUITE\
Juice Academy apprentices will receive training on how to use the platform, as well as free licenses for the duration of their apprenticeship programme and guest lectures from Hootsuite’s leading practitioners. And Hootsuite will also fund the ‘Leading digital apprenticeship programme – The Juice Academy – has formed a unique partnership with leading social media management platform, Hootsuite to support apprentices and charities in the North West region. top up fee’ of one charitable/not for profit organisation on every Juice Academy cohort going forward. What this means is that charities, which often employ people to run their social media platforms, while performing myriad other roles within the organisation – in order to save costs – can now put these multi-taskers on the programme to be professionally trained by Juice Academy tutors completely free of charge. You can read the full blog here.
If you are a charity in the North West and have somebody running your social media and would like to put them on The Juice Academy programme or you are a charity in the North West looking for a Digital Marketing apprentice click the button below to apply now.
The full list of employers we’ve worked with can be found here.
THE JUICE ACADEMY
The Juice Academy is a Digital Marketing Apprenticeship programme, brainchild of Tangerine communications which, after 17 years in the creative industry and, having run a number of job creation and training programmes, knows a thing or two about finding and nurturing talent. Businesses get the opportunity to invest in budding talent across the North West, and young people have a chance to work with some of the UK’s biggest brands including Social Chain, Unilad, JW Lees, GM Police, Pretty Little Thing and Manchester Airport. The programme begins with our unique recruitment process, where every quarter we hold a boot camp day for the employers to select their apprentice. The Juice Academy was the first industry-led social media apprenticeship in the UK in 2013 and has now trained over 300 apprentices. The Academy tutors are digital marketing specialists from Tangerine, along with expert guest speakers such as ex Hostage Negotiator Kevin Taylor, Amanda Coleman from GM Police and Social Media Lawyer Steve Kuncewicz from BLM Law. The course is a 15-month Digital Marketing programme, with apprentices gaining a Level 3 Junior Content Producer Standard.
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