Opening up the skills pipeline

Making sure the skills pipeline remains open to bring fresh new talent into the jobs market is an important part of what IVE do. Across Yorkshire and the Humber we have supported employers to place young people into traineeships and apprenticeships in the creative industries. Through the Creative and Cultural Skills’ Creative Employment Programme we also enabled young people to gain basic skills, experience and qualifications to take their first steps into employment with apprenticeships or paid internships.

“This programme has allowed us to offer real-world learning experiences for a large number of young adults…it was fantastic to see them so engaged.” Head of Learning, Leeds Grand Theatre

Related Impacts

26th March 2019

A Matter of Principle(s): How the Quality Principles have supported Youth Voice for Calderdale Music Trust

Following the launch of Arts Council England’s Quality Principles for work with Children and Young People, Calderdale Music Trust opted to become part of…

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27th February 2019

Policy, Planning and Priorities: The Story So Far for Doncaster’s Local Cultural Education Partnership

After having been part of the first cohort of new Local Cultural Education Partnerships (LCEPs) in Yorkshire, the Doncaster LCEP has been reflecting on…

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8th February 2019

Pathways E-ACT Primary Academy illustrates how an Artist in Residence can enhance teaching and learning

By employing an art specialist, Pathways E-ACT Primary Academy has demonstrated their commitment to arts education and belief in its contribution to overall attainment….

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