The creative sector is one of the fastest growing industries in the UK. There’s a huge number of creative jobs out there and many opportunities to work freelance. Having a creative job will give you higher job satisfaction, improve your communication skills and you’ll have the chance to build your own portfolio of creative work.
Find the right creative job for you
If you’re looking for a new challenge, we have the courses to help you get started on a creative career:
- Advertising – if you’ve got ideas and ambition, advertising could be right up your street. You’ll develop skills in marketing and communication and work with agencies and the media. There’s also plenty of opportunity for progression and travel. Take our advertising course and discover more about PR and how to advertise a small business.
- Marketing – do you like getting results and feeling like you’ve achieved something? Marketing is fast-paced, exciting and will give you the chance to put your ideas into practice. You could end up working in retail, healthcare, manufacturing, for an agency, or in many more sectors. Study with Stonebridge and find out how to predict customer behaviour and how to promote your own business.
- Writing – if you enjoy writing, then a creative career could be what you’ve been looking for. You can work in almost any industry, you’ll have the opportunity to be creative and develop your skills in different styles of writing. Choose from our range of writing courses, including business writing, novel writing, writing scripts and writing for children. Follow your passion and find out where a new career could take you.
- Web design – it’s a continuously developing industry and web developers are always in demand. You could be working for an agency, in-house, or on a freelance basis. Study our web design and development course and learn about topics including web technologies, internet security, HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. You can study with a 19+ Learner Loan, so if you study now, you won’t have to start paying back your loan each month until you’re earning over £21,000 a year.
- Photography – start a flexible new career and become a photographer. You’ll be able to capture important moments in other people’s lives and you won’t be sat in an office all day. Get out and about with your camera and your career could see you working with businesses, journalists and celebrities. Join our digital photography course and you’ll find out more about shutter speeds, lighting, how to take the perfect portrait and the best wedding shots.