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Creative & Cultural Skills works to create fair and inclusive opportunities for young people within the creative and cultural sectors by raising awareness and shaping skills, education and employment best practice. We want to see the sector build back fairer and more inclusive.
 
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Volunteering is a long-established practice in many cultural organisations, and there are numerous reasons that can motivate someone to volunteer - often social or altruistic reasons. But volunteering can also be used as a route into work. Volunteering can build confidence and introduce skills to help people make the next step into paid employment.…
 
Despite being a dynamic and responsive sector in many ways, the creative and cultural industries still rate poorly for both ethnic and social diversity, even at entry-level. What is stopping the sector from better representing the wider working population and its own audiences? Joining the discussion is Leila D’Aronville , director of Northern Root…
 
Our full podcast will return in the autumn, where we will be discussing diversity in the creative sector and volunteering as a pathway to work. In the meantime, we spoke to Izzie Hanby, Daisy Charles and Toby Sloan, who’ve recently undertaken apprenticeships at Scottish Crannog Centre, a living history museum on Loch Tay in Perthshire. Download the…
 
Apprenticeships, a tool to develop much-needed occupational competence, can play a vital role in widening entry routes into the creative and cultural sector thus diversifying its workforce. If entry routes into the cultural sector should be available for all those with talent, why does the sector not make better use of Apprenticeships, which addres…
 
In a sector rocked by the pandemic, freelancer workers have been hit hard without the structure or financial support of an organisation. Freelancers are multiskilled, resourceful, creative, passionate, adaptable, and dynamic individuals, but if they have been abandoned by the cultural sector during this time, then why should they return as the indu…
 
With the pandemic having a disproportionately negative effect on young people trying to build careers in the creative industries, has an already-established prejudice against hiring from disadvantaged background become even worse? Joining the discussion is Suba Das, Artistic Director and CEO of HighTide; and Vilma Nikolaidou Associate Director, Peo…
 
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