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  1. Storyboard artist (level 7)

    To use storyboards to visualise the narrative, planning shots and drawing panels to demonstrate the staging/action, and maintain continuity between scenes of a production.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  2. Arts therapist (degree) (level 7)

    Using art, drama or music to carry out therapy interventions to improve a person’s mental, physical health and wellbeing.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  3. Museums and galleries technician (level 3)

    Creating permanent and temporary exhibitions and displays, meeting strict deadlines of time and cost.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  4. Junior advertising creative (level 3)

    Advertising Creatives are responsible for coming up with original, exciting and memorable ideas that meet client's briefs and which can then be used in a range of mediums (e.g Radio, TV).

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  5. Artificial intelligence (AI) data specialist (level 7)

    Discover new artificial intelligence solutions that use data to improve and automate business processes.

    Apprenticeship category
  6. Junior 2D artist (visual effects) (level 4)

    Assist senior visual effects (VFX) artists with the integration of live action footage and computer generated imagery to create images for TV and film.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
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