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The PR Apprenticeship

For more information on becoming a PR Apprentice, contact

Seymour Pearman

E:seymour.pearman@prca.org.uk

T:020 7233 6026 

  • Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship in Public Relations.
  • Equivalent qualification to a Foundation degree. 
  • Apprentices are employed by a PR and Communications agency or in-house PR team. 
  • 15-month fixed term contract.
  • Apprentices work full time whilst completing on-the-job training and assessments.
  • Each PR Apprentice is assigned an assessor by PRCA who visits them once per month. 
  • An assessor sets and structures their work, and provides on-going support. 
  • All PR Apprentices are paid at least the national minimum wage for their age.
  • At the end of the apprenticeship, 75% of PR Apprentices stay on in their organisation and 93% continue their career in PR.

Employers

The average Apprenticeship increases business productivity by £214 per week. Find out how else a PR Apprenticeship can benefit your company.

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Learners

Work for a real employer, earn a real salary and gain a real qualification whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience.

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