Creative Access has a highly experienced team, with a strong track record of delivering exceptional training for organisations across the UK. We offer training for people on all rungs of the professional ladder, through our three core programmes:
1. ENTRY LEVEL SUPPORT PROGRAMME – Support your new starters to make the most of the opportunity in your workplace and give them the very best chance of success. This programme supports participants at the start of their creative journey. Training takes place monthly. You can read more about the programme here and email here for costs and to register.
2. DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME – Champion your mid-level staff to progress through the creative industries. Sponsored by the Financial Times, this programme has three elements; mentoring, networking and training for emerging leaders. For more information about the programme see here and email here to register and for prices.
3. EMPLOYER TRAINING PROGRAMME – Courses are tailored to meet the requirements of each organisation and pitched at the appropriate level to take into account different levels of responsibility, with nuanced exercises and assured relevancy which, in turn, drives engagement. The training style is interactive and impactful, including group discussion, personal reflection and best-practice sharing. Training can cover anything from unconscious bias and inclusivity leadership to embracing neurodiversity and can take place at your company or off site at the Creative Access office.
In addition to our bespoke whole company and individual team training, we are pleased to be able to offer a new programme of open workshops. We offer discounts to Creative Access employer partners, for multiple bookings and for registered charities.
Rufus Norris, Director, The National Theatre:“Creative Access have delivered training in Managing Inclusive Cultures to more than 350 of our managers, jam-packed with enough wisdom and insight to help us collectively take the next steps on our journey.”
Creative Access is listed on the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP) and is therefore eligible to deliver apprenticeship training for apprenticeships that started on, or after, 1 May 2017. This means we have been through an application process with the SFA that considers due diligence, capability, quality and financial health to assess their capability to deliver high-quality apprenticeship training.