Skill Level:Level 3 (Advanced Apprenticeship)
Delivery Methods:On-the-job; Workplace Assessment; 1-2-1 support from a Digital Coach;
Online learning; Day Release
At CliQify Skills, we specialize entirely on digital skills. Our Apprenticeship programme embeds the latest professional vendor qualifications and is delivered as part of the Level 3 Digital Marketer Apprenticeship
If you want to recruit an Apprentice and can offer genuine career opportunities within your business, then please Contact Us.
We also provide a comprehensive Candidate Recruitment Service to compliment any existing recruitment processes.
Our Digital Marketer Apprenticeship can fit alongside most job roles – as long as Digital Marketing is a part of the routine responsibilities. However, the most common types of job roles may include (but not limited to):
As an employment opportunity, you are helping an Apprentice build a worthwhile career in Digital Marketing. In return they are helping to build your online presence, but there are further benefits you can take advantage of:
Mould and utilise an Apprentice to meet the needs of your business
Create opportunities to explore new ventures
Reach a wider audience through the power of Digital Marketing
Improve your Return on Investment prospects
As part of your Employer Responsibilities, you will be required to provide Apprentices with:
You must pay your Apprentice a salary above the National Minimum Wage (per hour), according to their age:
*There will be no need to change the salary for existing employees.
As part of Apprenticeship Reform, Apprenticeships are undergoing huge changes. For example, Apprenticeship Frameworks are being replaced by new Apprenticeship Standards. Ultimately the reform means that Apprenticeships will be designed, funded and lead by YOU – the employer!
If your organisation has an annual wage bill in excess of £3 million, then you are already contributing to the Apprenticeship Levy which is collected by HMRC through your monthly PAYE system.
There is a different funding system in place for small business employers, where you enter in to a ‘co-investment agreement’ with the Government. If your business has employed less than 50 staff you may qualify to receive further Small Business Incentives, and as long as you recruit an apprentice that is eligible for you to receive extra funding.