Sgil Cymru staff led the pilot for the Higher Level Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media (Interactive Media Pathway) back in September 2013.

Nine apprentices were selected out of a big pile of applications to work with leading companies, such as BBC Cymru Wales, Bait Studio, Orchard, Yogi, Cube and Rebl Studios.

The apprentices work alongside expert game developers, software developers, app designers and software engineers.

All the apprentices are paid an allowance by their employer, work on real interactive media projects and will complete the apprenticeship with a qualification and 15 months of experience of working in a professional environment.

This Apprenticeship programme is part financed by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.

This Apprenticeship has been made possible through Cardiff and Vale College Apprenticeships; the Lead Training Provider for the Quality Skills Alliance (QSA) Consortium. Cardiff and Vale College Apprenticeships have been awarded a contract of by the Welsh Government to deliver work based learning programmes across Wales.Apprentice Footer

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