The Data Technician Apprenticeship Level 3 offers a specialized journey into the world of data within the music industry.
Designed for those keen to merge a passion for music with data-driven insights, this course delves deep into the intricacies of data collection, preparation, analysis, and presentation tailored to the music sector.
Free (no debt!)
Individuals passionate about the music industry who seek to harness the power of data-driven insights and analytics should enroll in this course.
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You’ll learn how to analyse and present data, allowing the business to develop strategies for musicians and their work.
The Data Technician Apprenticeship Level 3 is a meticulously crafted course tailored for those eager to delve into the intersection of data and the music industry. Spanning four comprehensive modules, students will embark on a journey from understanding the foundational structures of the music world to mastering the intricacies of data collection, preparation, and analysis.
The curriculum offers hands-on experience with tools like Excel, insights into Digital Streaming Platforms, and the art of visualizing and presenting data to stakeholders. With a keen focus on real-world applications, such as A&R analytics and the evolving role of data in music, this apprenticeship equips learners with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills, setting them up for a successful career in the data-driven music sector.
80% of your time will be spent at a work placement with a leading creative business
20% of your time will be spent in the classroom or attending “off-the-job” training
Visit this factsheet from the institute of apprenticeships to learn more about this qualification.
After the 12 month tutorial sessions you’ll be required to submit material to pass your EPA.
The apprentice is given 2 scenarios complete with a data set. They are then given tasks to complete, whilst being observed by an assessor. 45 minutes are given for each scenario.
A portfolio of evidence is submitted at gateway. The discussion then takes place as a video call between the apprentice and assessor, lasting 60 minutes.
With more than 20 years of experience in the music industry, Dewayne is recognized as an expert on the dynamic and complex global music royalties landscape. He previously led partner relations and income tracking for Downtown subsidiary Songtrust®. He’s also previously held leadership roles at the digital mechanical and performing rights society AMRA, as well as PRS for Music in the U.K. Dewayne began his career working as a producer and studio engineer across the U.S. and the Caribbean before working his way up the ranks on the business side of the music industry
years of age to be able to apply to an apprenticeship
English & Maths
Grade or above (or functional skills level 2) in English & Maths to qualify,