The Brits offers 10 talented young people a chance to get into the music industry

In a bid to get more young talent into the music industry, the Brits and BPI are offering the chance for 10 talented young people to be part of their apprentice scheme.

It’s the third round of funding and gives people a leg up into the industry with 15 months of working at independent record labels and music companies.

Bridget was one of the former apprentices and now works as a Digital Production Manager and has been telling Alicia more, alongside Gennaro Castaldo, from BPI, the company behind the scheme.

People can apply for the apprenticeships online until the end of the month.

Tanya Francis 13th July 2021

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