Music is Business for Telford College

by Aimee Lawrence

Monday, February 27th, 2012

Scotsman online Telford CollegeTelford doesn’t miss a beat with PR Scotland.

Edinburgh’s Telford College is giving those passionate about music a unique opportunity to pursue their entrepreneurial skills with a Music Business Apprenticeship course.

The course which is delivered in partnership with the Academy of Music and Sound is giving 18 apprentices the chance to develop valuable skills as well as network with key industry professionals.

Included in the course will be information on the importance of networking, designing and submitting business plans and identifying and securing sponsorship opportunities whilst being supported by a designated mentor.

Myra Dickson, Head of Employer Services, said she was excited about the apprenticeship and added the college will be looking to increase the number of places available in September.

The full coverage can be viewed on the Scotsman website and was secured on behalf of Edinburgh Telford College thanks to Holyrood Partnership.

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