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Is this an internship?

Can I use EntryLevel as my work experience after I finish a course?

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๐Ÿฅœ In a nutshell:

The courses offered at EntryLevel are not internships. If you take part, you will not work for any mentors, their associated companies, or directly with EntryLevel as an employee. Rather, our courses are structured as educational experiences.

EntryLevel offers educational experiences to help you understand specific roles, build portfolios, and confidently enter the job market.

Why take an EntryLevel course?

The primary goal of our courses is to provide you with a deep understanding of what it's like to work in a specific role within an industry. This is achieved through comprehensive coursework, practical activities, and guidance from experienced professionals in the field.

Building your portfolio

A key component of our courses is helping you build a robust portfolio. This portfolio will showcase the skills and projects you've developed during the course, serving as a vital tool in securing your first job. It demonstrates your capabilities and the practical application of your learning to potential employers.

Equipping you for the job market

Our courses are designed to equip you with the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to make a confident entry into the job market, rather than to offer traditional employment or internship opportunities. But they are not an internship or approved industrial experience.

If you have any issues understanding the nature of our courses, our support team is always here to help you navigate the educational experience that will get you off to your journey on a great career path.

We're only an email away: [email protected]

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