We are an award winning specialist creative and design media training provider, officially on the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP). Only providers on the RoATP are approved to deliver apprenticeship training, having been through an application process with the ESFA that considers due diligence, quality and financial health to assess capability to deliver apprenticeship training.
We work with Levy paying employers to deliver high quality training and consultancy. We are proficient in working with new entrants and diversity, delivering training for Broadcast Production Assistant and Junior Content Producer, Advertising and Media Executives, Junior Advertising Creative, Media Production Coordinator and the Creative Industries Production Manager apprenticeships. All Spring Media sat on both Employer Panels which set the Standards for these apprenticeships, working alongside companies such as Channel 4, Sky, and Bauer Media. Subsequently, Managing Director Martina Porter was then tasked to create the accompanying qualifications, working with Aim Awards.
All Spring Media is experienced in delivering work on budget and to meet the specific needs of each individual client and learner. Our mission is to work with young people from diverse backgrounds, to create pathways into sustainable employment in the creative media sector.
Set up in 2011, All Spring Media has worked with a range of apprenticeships, traineeships and pre-employment schemes. We are passionate about apprenticeships and have worked with them since their launch in 2010 with clients such as the BBC, ITV, National Theatre and Global Radio in delivering the Creative and Digital Media Framework and Standards. All training is carried out to industry standard by industry professionals, ensuring it is always relevant and appropriate to the needs of the ever-changing creative media sector landscape.
All Spring Media deliver holistic training which puts a focus on the gaining the skills rather ticking the boxes. We believe this approach to training is more beneficial for the apprentice and creates a more engaging learning environment.