Talented trio make mark at Twofour
MEDIA company Twofour has recruited three creative and digital media apprentices.
The Estover-based television company and digital agency has taken Harriet Jones, Emma Brown and Vivien Goddard-Stevens onto its apprenticeship scheme.
The 18-month Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media is run in conjunction with Plymouth College of Art, combining hands-on industry experience with a weekly academic placement.
The scheme will result in a Level 3 Diploma in Creative and Digital Media Competence and Level 3 Certificate for Creative iMedia qualification.
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Throughout the placement, apprentices take on a variety of roles across the company, such as assisting in the production and online departments, working on shoots and administrative duties.
Mark Hawkins, Twofour's group managing director, said: "The lifeblood of our business is our creative and digital media talent and I am delighted to see so much new talent coming through from our apprentices.
"It is no surprise all our apprentices have so far continued to work across the group."
Ian Brown, apprenticeship manager at Plymouth College of Art, said: "Twofour continue to invest in apprenticeships, offering high quality experiences to their creative and digital media apprentices.
"This year's intake will again get the opportunity to work across the business, gaining valuable skills and an insight into the digital media sector."
The Creative and Digital Media Apprenticeship scheme is now in its third year.