Are you 16 – 24 yrs. and living in one the following London Boroughs: Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster?
Are you thinking about a career in theatre but don’t know where to start? Then an apprenticeship could be for you! Come along to an Open day and find out more about the Level 2 apprenticeship at the Gate Theatre!
Open days will take place on:
* Thursday 31st August 2-6pm
* Wednesday 6 September 2-6pm
* Thursday 14 September 2-6pm
* Friday 22 September 2-6pm
All sessions will be held at the Gate Theatre, Above the Prince Albert Pub, 11 Pembridge Road, W11 3HQ.
It is strongly recommended that you attend an Open Day before submitting an application.
What does the Gate’s Community Arts Apprentice do?
The Community Arts Apprentice is an invaluable part in the Gate’s bold and exciting work. Working in a small venue means that the Gate’s Apprentice observes all of the activities behind running a theatre. The Gate’s Apprentice assists in all aspects of the Gate Theatre’s operations, including – but not limited to – key office administration, box office and front of house administration, production administration, marketing support and providing general office support for this busy producing venue.
This role is an apprenticeship position, enabling the post holder to gain a Level 2 Certificate in Community Arts Administration, in association with a partner College, the National Apprentice College.
Who can apply?
If you are 16 – 24yrs old and living in London you are eligible to apply. You do not have to have any GCSE or A levels or you may have several, as long as you are not a graduate, you can apply.
Due to a condition of the funding you need to have lived in the following London boroughs for at least 2 years: Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster.
You do not need to have lots of experience but you need to have an organised and systematic approach to work. You will need to pay attention to detail and to be good at completing tasks.
More information can also be found by reading the Gate Apprentice Job Description
All applications must be submitted via this link: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-175687
If you’d like to talk about the apprenticeship that the Gate is offering, you can email the Gate’s General Manager, Chrissy Angus on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0207 229 5387.