Content Creator (Junior Content Producer)
Please note that we are still offering the Junior Content Producer for apprentices that are still on version 1.0
End point assessment methods
project or campaign evaluation report, presentation of additional/new content and questions
professional discussion underpinned by a portfolio of evidence
About the Standard
The content they create can be used as part of media, advertising, documenting and marketing campaigns.
They simplify and tailor a message to the audience to suit the purpose. These can be used across different platforms and channels. An interest in technology and creating content is a must.
In their daily work, an employee in this occupation interacts with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders throughout the end-to-end content creation process.
Typically, they are likely to interact with clients, marketing and digital teams, production teams, budget holders, contributors, artists and end users.
An employee in this occupation will be responsible for delivering high quality content on time and on budget that meets the brief. They need to be aware of the legal and regulatory framework and take this into account throughout the content development process.
A content creator would need to take into account ethical considerations and wider organisational policies. A content creator would typically report to a senior colleague within their functional area.
They are required to keep up to date with new technologies, platform developments and consumer trends.