Lucy rowland
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Can you please help a girl out ahh basically I’m trying to find an apprenticeship in photography but I honestly can’t even tried searching on the gov website but it says ‘not found’ each time
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Hi there.
Try searching for apprenticeships on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/appren...alSubdomain=uk
the actual apprenticeships website https://www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/
or Get My First Job https://www.getmyfirstjob.co.uk/Choi...ticeships.aspx

This might also help you boost your skills in photography. UDemy + Coursera offer great courses, and UDemy have a sale on (till 27th May).
https://www.udemy.com/course/photogr...o-photography/
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Alternatively, you could contact relevant local companies with your cv and cover letter, asking them if they plan on considering taking on an apprentice aligned with the below assistant photographer/photographic assistant apprenticeship framework/standard.

https://www.instituteforapprenticesh...assistant-v1-0

Option 1: An Assistant Photographer generates the original imagery and is employed across a wide range of areas, for example: social, commercial, government, scientific departments and specialist applications. They can work in indoor studios as well as outside locations using digital or film cameras; producing stills or video imagery for a wide range of uses.

Option 2: A Photographic Technician will typically work in a commercial photo finishing business, high street minilab or in-house processing centre. Their work involves producing prints from customer supplied digital imagery. Some staff working in specialist areas will be responsible for processing and printing imagery from photographic films using non-digital equipment.
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