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Videography Apprenticeship

Level 3 Videographer Apprenticeship

Course Duration: 13 months plus End Point Assessment
Course Qualification: Level 3 Apprenticeship


Videography Apprenticeship

Here at Apprentify we recognise how important content is for businesses looking to promote, sell and market their products and services. Additionally, we know how exciting a career in content is and the vast opportunities that follow suit. That's why we've crafted our Level 3 Content Creator  apprenticeship course with the main focus on videography, when it comes to content in recent years it has shown to be one of if not the main marketing tool businesses are using, it is extremely important to get those all important likes, shares and to be successful drive conversions.

We encourage talent to produce content that spreads across multiple platforms and media. In addition, our programme shows apprentices how to develop messaging to maximise audience engagement for brands.

Apprentify's Content Producer apprenticeships are perfect for hard-working individuals who love to express creativity through work. In addition, they are ideal for any company looking to upskill their existing content teams or bring fresh minds into their business. Our Content Creator apprenticeship opens multiple doors for you, whether you're a business owner, department manager, or talent. This opportunity allows passionate people to gain skills in a constantly growing industry.

They are required to keep up to date with new technologies, platform developments and consumer trends.

The primary duties we cover on our Videography apprenticeship are:

  • Plan and develop creative content in line with the brief and budget/costs.
  • Interpret the strategy and objectives of the brand and align these to the content.
  • Research, prepare and develop the media messaging to maximise audience engagement.
  • Develop and create written content that can be used across a variety of media.
  • Create visual and audio content that can be used across a variety of media.
  • Store content securely and methodically to enable efficient access and retrieval.
  • Collaborate with colleagues and clients to plan and align content delivery with business objectives.
  • Manage content online using appropriate tools and techniques.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the content produced against the original plan and recommend improvements.


Content Creator Apprenticeship Career Path

Find out more about the potential career paths of our Content Creator apprenticeship and how your career could develop from start to finish.

Content Producer

UK Average full time salary £30,000

Production Manager

UK Average full time salary £37,000

Content Writers

UK Average full time salary £25,000

Creative Director

UK Average full time salary £86,000

Audio Technician

UK Average full time salary £34,054

Videography Apprenticeship - Apprentice Hiring Process

Discover how Apprentify can help you find and hire the perfect match for your business through our Videography apprenticeship programme.

Getting in touch

The first and most crucial step is taking the leap and getting in contact with a member of the Apprentify family. From here, we will get to know you and your hiring needs to ensure we can present you with solutions we believe will benefit your business. At this point, we will also allow you the chance to ask any questions while opening your eyes to how around 719,000 apprentices participated in an apprenticeship 2021.

Tell us more

After you've made the leap, it's time to let us know what you envision your perfect apprentice to be. Here you can tell us more about the type of person you are looking for, ranging from the skills you require to the character you think would suit your business.

Select your apprentice

Once you've told us everything, we will advertise your business, select applicants, run assessment sessions and send you the Curriculum Vitaes. At this stage, we will introduce you to the apprentices we believe will be perfect for your business.

Start your apprentice

Now your apprentice has completed their assessments and you've chosen your applicant, it's now time to bring in your apprentice! From this moment on, you will have a hard-working employee who receives specific training and support from their Development Coach, who can assist you throughout our partnership.

Why a Videography Apprenticeship?

Choosing to complete or take advantage of our Videography apprenticeship comes with many benefits and perks for talent and businesses.

You will benefit from a mix of on-the-job learning and virtual training as an apprentice. 80% of your work time will be as an employee, and the remaining 20% will go towards lessons and learning activities. At Apprentify, all these learning modules are conducted online for the convenience of the learner and the employer. Apprenticeships are also a fantastic way to get your foot in the door or kick off your professional career in a new sector or role. Additionally, for employers, you will be gaining a motivated individual who will be eager to learn and drive progression for your business.

Our Benefits
  • Earn while you learn
  • No learning costs
  • Gain industry experience
  • E-learning
  • Develop skills
  • Receive apprentice discounts

Very good apprenticeship provider, great communication between business and students with staff that actually care.

Harry Bunn - Digital Marketer

Harry Bunn

Digital Marketer

Really helpful, jam packed full of information to help you create the best campaigns. I can't wait to put it all in to practice!

Chloe Grantham - Digital Marketer

Chloe Grantham

Digital Marketer

The use of virtual classrooms is not only a helpful and interactive learning technique, it also provides the opportunity for collaboration with other apprentices which is fantastic for idea and content generation.

Andrea - Apprentice



The Digital Marketing course Apprentify offer is second to none. The use of Adobe Connect enables you to connect with others in the online classroom and allows you to feel comfortable speaking up if a concept needs explaining again. The way the course is run is thorough but maintains pace through quizzes, interactive activities and interactions with your class and tutor.

Rosie - Apprentice



After completing my Junior Content Producing course, I can certainly say that the course is exceptional. It covers a wide variety of content and helps provide significant training and support throughout the apprenticeship. 

Alex Knowlson - Junior Content Producer

Alex Knowlson

Junior Content Producer

Superb company, really helpful advisers and presenters. They combine their knowledge of digital marketing on the whole with their experience from previous roles to provide a rounded theoretical explanation of digital marketing and back those points with examples of practical experience.

Andrea - Apprentice




If you have any questions regarding the Junior Content Producer apprenticeship, you can find the answers in our FAQs.

Still have questions?

If you can't find an answer to your question in our FAQs or want to speak to our team about our Junior Content Producer apprenticeship, don't hesitate to contact us today.

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What are the costs of taking on an apprentice?

All apprenticeship programmes have their funding decided by the ESFA. Levy employers will have the cost deducted from their levy account. Non-levy employers will have 95% of the costs to be paid by the government, with you supplying the extra 5% as a co-investment fee. If your apprentice is between 16-18, there is no co-investment fee (100% funded).

Obviously, there is also the cost of the employee. Typically, we will not work with anyone paying under £12,000 annually.

How much do I have to pay an apprentice?

Typically, we do not work with anyone who pays under £12,000 a year. For reference, you can always look at our live Vacancies page to see what other employers are offering.

Does my apprentice have to be 16-18?

No, an apprentice can be any age nowadays as long as they are over 16. We work with apprentices who have just left school, all the way to those in their late twenties with work experience - Equally, we have a number of university graduates on the programme and even those older who are looking for a career change. Our candidates are all different ages with a wealth of different experiences.

Are they employed by my business?

Yes they are - they are on our apprenticeship training programme, but they are like any other employee with a work contract, and pension. In this respect, they are like any other employee.

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