Inspiring, informing and supporting over two million teenagers into the creative industries through training, awareness, opportunities and industry-led initiatives.

Image courtesy of Tyneside Cinema as part of their Discover! Creative Careers Week 2019

Image courtesy of Tyneside Cinema as part of their Discover! Creative Careers Week 2019

The Creative Careers Programme (CCP) is an integrated industry-led programme of activity across England that is working to ensure there is a larger and more diverse intake of talent and a broader range of routes into the creative industries, a commitment of the Creative Industries Sector Deal.

Not only do we need to help a wider range of young people learn about the variety of occupations across the creative industries, we must also help employers think a little differently about who and how they recruit new and diverse talent to help fill skills gaps, and ensure our sector can thrive for years to come.

Through a programme of practical activities and resources, the CCP informs young people directly about the opportunities in this world-leading sector through meaningful encounters with industry professionals, online tools, training and support for teachers, parents, guardians and careers professionals, support for employers and more.

Since launching the CCP in March 2019, we’ve worked with our partners across the creative industries to deliver over 1000 hands-on experiences and introduce over 90,000 young people to the range of job roles across our world-leading sector.

The programme was kick-started with funding from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, it is being delivered by Creative & Cultural Skills, ScreenSkills and the Creative Industries Federation.

For any general enquires about the Creative Careers Programme, please contact: [email protected]

 

Results of 2019 Creative Careers Programme, England

Since December 2019, the DCMS and Creative Industries Council supported Creative Careers Programme (CCP) delivered jointly by the Creative Industries Federation, Creative & Cultural Skills and ScreenSkills with support from Speakers 4 Schools and the Careers & Enterprise Company has been a shining example of how collaborative engagement can have an enormous impact.

Results of 2019 Creative Careers Programme, England

Results of 2019 Creative Careers Programme, England

Since December 2019, the DCMS and Creative Industries Council supported Creative Careers Programme (CCP) delivered jointly by the Creative Industries Federation, Creative & Cultural Skills and ScreenSkills with support from Speakers 4 Schools and the Careers & Enterprise Company has been a shining example of how collaborative engagement can have an enormous impact.

 

Creative Careers ProgrammeCreative Careers Programme partner organisations

You may also be interested in