Ahead of our Future Creative Content Now programme, we’ve answered some questions about the programme and the creative content industry.by
What is Future Creative Content Now?
It is a six-week, multidisciplinary, content creation course for young creatives to gain and develop skills in digital storytelling & production.
What do we mean by creative content?
We’re talking everything from podcasts to photography, documentary-making to the direction across audio and visual content.
Importantly, this will focus on content that’s out to do a job and send a message so we’re also focusing on storytelling and spreading the word.
Why is it a future-proof career?
We don’t know what jobs are going to be about in 2030 but no matter what, the robots can’t recreate ‘creativity’. That’s why time and time again, creativity is the skill most needed in jobs of the future. Imagining and creating something...that’s 100% human being and why creative content is here to stay.
Why should you work in the content sector?
There are no two ways around it, 2020 and coronavirus hit the creative sector bad but through it all, content has remained king. From Netflix to YouTube, content streaming is bigger than ever and brands are looking to use short-form content to reach people on social media platforms like TikTok. Creative content ain’t going anywhere so you should get involved.
What can you learn?
- You’ll learn how to tell a story and tell it well
- You’ll learn how to use Premiere Pro and Adobe Auction
- You’ll learn your own creative identity and style and how to pitch that to brands
What are the types of roles can I get into?
There are more job titles in content production than you can shake a stick and there’s also the option to go freelance, but we’ve put a few of our favourite roles you could go into after this course....
- Sound Engineer
- A&R (Artists and repertoire)
- Audio Producer
- Audio Editor
- Sound Designer
- AV Engineer (Audio Visual)
- Music Producer
- Podcast Producer
- Podcast Strategist
- Camera Operator
- Video Editor
- Production Coordinator
- Film Producer
- Executive Producer
- Directing Assistant
- Motion Graphic Designer
- Content Creative
Here are 10 of our favourite companies hiring
- GUAP Magazine
- Publicis Sapient
- British Arrows
- Stink Films
- Untold Studios
- Somethin’ Else
- Worldwide FM
Expected Salary Bracket
£23k-£34k per annum depending on experience
Learn more about yourself and define your dream job by exploring through our Future Creative Content Now programme.