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Job Title : eLearning Junior Content Producer Apprentice
Employer : Careshield
Location : Stevenage, Hertfordshire
Position Type : Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship : Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Sector : IT
Vacancy Reference : VAC-05089
Brief Description : Do you want to work for an innovative, exciting organisation? Remit are recruiting on behalf of our client Careshield for an Apprentice eLearning Content Producer.


Qualifications Required : At least 5 GCSE's at C or above, including Maths & English
Vacancy Detail : Job Summary
Working within the eLearning Design Department, the Apprentice Content Producer will be working as a key member of CareShield’s eLearning team in building assets for new eLearning courses and edit existing eLearning courses.

Main Responsibilities and Duties
Building assets for eLearning courses
• Using CareShield templates to build courses
• Adding audio soundtrack to new and existing courses
• Revising and updating templates for existing courses

Quality Assurance checking
• Checking course templates and content match the design brief
• Checking audio content matches on screen text

Completion of appropriate apprenticeship
• Working towards achievement of selected apprenticeship in a timely manner

Positions Available : 3
Working Week : Monday-Thursday 8:30-5:30 & Friday 8:30-4PM
Salary : £288.46 Per Week
Application Deadline Date : 20/08/2020
Possible Start Date : 23/08/2020
Skills Required : ✓ Strong IT skills
✓ Good communication skills
✓ Good team working skills
✓ Personal organisation skills to support in the administration of the role
✓ Professional attitude and motivation for personal development through the apprenticeship route
✓ Attention to detail
Training to be Provided : A Software Development Technician is typically w part of a team that builds simple software components for web, mobile or desktop applications, as part of larger software development projects. This apprenticeship will help you to interpret design requirements for discrete components of the project, typically implementing code, which other team members have developed, to produce the required component before testing that this component meets its intended functionality.On successful completion, apprentices can apply for entry onto the Register of IT Technicians.

Apprentices must achieve each of the Ofqual-regulated Knowledge Modules, as summarised below.Knowledge Module 1: Software Development Context and Methodologies (for level 3 Software Development Technician)Knowledge Module 2: Programming (for level 3 Software Development Technician)
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