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Catalyst: Creative & Digital Skills Programme (Age 18-30)
January 04th 2017

Catalyst: Creative & Digital Skills Programme (Age 18-30)

Catalyst is a 10-week Creative & Digital Skills programme that nurtures and inspires young talent into the industry. It’s the ultimate training programme aimed at 18 – 30 year olds, who are hoping to get their foot in the door of the digital industry and for those already in work seeking to brush up on their skills.

Held in the heart of Liverpool, the programme has been co-designed with some of the movers and shakers, and most profound leaders in the city. Throughout the 10 week programme, you’ll be mentored, challenged, and given the freedom to explore your creativity whilst being surrounded by like-minded people. You’ll be collaborating and pushing your creativity to it’s limits through a series of interactive workshops, talks, social experiments, gatherings, and a graduation to finish.

You’ll be connected with leading agencies and studios in Liverpool, as they’ll be the ones who will be leading on all of the workshops; showcasing their working practices, the different types of roles in their team, their culture and they will share their advice and top tips to get the best out of a career in the industry. Giving you career goals and much greater understanding of creative and digital.

Catalyst is open to anyone in the Liverpool area wishing to progress in the digital industry. Perhaps you’re a graduate or just finished college and want to get into the digital industry, perhaps you already work in a digital firm but want to top-up on training or be exposed to the scope of opportunities that are right on your doorstep.

The 10-week programme will run for a full day (9am-5pm) every Tuesday from January 24th to March 28th.

Deadline for applications is January 13th.

Click here to find out more…

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