Apprentices learn the skills they need on the job with the guidance of a development coach who is an expert from industry. You’ll finish your apprenticeship with a recognised qualification, valuable industry experience, money, and substantial opportunities for promotion.
You will be expected to deliver projects throughout the apprenticeship. Each project would involve research, knowledge and may be submitted in writing, a presentation or professional discussion.
Seminars and Qualifications:
All CVT apprentices are enrolled onto a ventor qualification called the ABTT Bronze award. This will come with training sessions – covering the following:
Training Session 1 – Manual Handling & Health and Safety at Work Act Develop an understanding of manual handling, injuries and the UK theatre code of conduct.
Training Session 2 – Electrical Fundamentals To develop an understanding of basic electricity
Training Session 3 – Knots & Splicing Develop a basic understanding into knots commonly used in theatre
Training Session 4 – Fundamentals of Flying An introduction to manual flying systems within the theatre
Training Session 5 – Safe Use of Temporary Access Equipment Understanding safe handling of Access Equipment and covering relevant terminology
Training Session 6 – Revision session on ABTT Exam ABTT mock questions and covering what has previously been learnt in preperation for the exam