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Leading digital apprenticeship programme – The Juice Academy – has received a letter of commendation for its first ever examination results, in which all but one apprentice passed and are now heading towards completion of the programme.

In July 2017, The Juice Academy – one of the UK’s leading digital marketing apprenticeship programmes – switched from the old ‘Framework’ programme of training and assessing its apprentices, to the brand new ‘Standard’ as part of the Government’s apprenticeship reforms. This meant creation of a whole new programme which, for the first time, includes a tough examination.

Today, the examination Awarding Body at The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has commended The Juice Academy; “For the excellent standard of results achieved for assessments submitted in the July 2018 assessments session for the Digital Marketing module of the Certificate in Professional Marketing.

Maggie Jones, Associate Director of Qualifications and Partnerships at the CIM went on to say: “Thank you for your hard work and commitment. Please pass our congratulations to all your tutors, staff and students. We look forward to working with you in the coming years and celebrating more success in the future.”

Georgia Fitzgerald, Programme Manager, Juice Academy said: “We couldn’t be more proud of our apprentices, who’ve worked so hard to not only play a key role in their employers’ digital marketing but also studying hard to make sure they passed their exams. I’d also like to thank our tutors from Team Tangerine – our sister business – and all of our amazing guest speakers, who give us their time free of charge to help these young people have the best start to their careers.”

The Juice Academy has created more than 300 jobs in top North West firms since its creation five years ago and takes in a new cohort every quarter – the next intake ‘bootcamp’ is 10th October and there are still places for both employers and apprentices but the deadline is fast approaching.

Employers and young people can visit: to be part of it.

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