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Brit Awards to fund music industry apprenticeship in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 10:15 19 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:49 19 October 2017

Taylor Swift performs on stage during the 2015 Brit Awards. Picture Yui Mok/PA Wire.

Taylor Swift performs on stage during the 2015 Brit Awards. Picture Yui Mok/PA Wire.

Young people in Norwich will have the chance to win a “golden ticket” granting them a job in the music industry as part of a new apprentice scheme funded by the Brit Awards.

The programme, created by UK record labels association the BPI and funded by money raised by the awards, will give people the a paid opportunity to work at a top independent record label or music company.

They will be able to learn about the recorded music industry, receive practical experience, develop relevant skills and make key contacts. Successful candidates will also have an opportunity to experience working at the Brit Awards.

The programme is open to individuals aged 18 and over and starts in January 2018, lasting 14 months.

There are 10 placements on offer across the country including the one in Norwich.

The deadline for applications is November 17 2017. Full details are available on The Brit Trust website.

• For more jobs on offer in Norfolk visit the Jobs24 website.

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