As an employer we recognise how important real-life experience is when it comes to getting jobs in the Creative Industries where competition is tough.
Running parallel to our Schools & Colleges programme, On Track gives support beyond the classroom.
We offer a range of experiences and opportunities to connect with industry professionals:
Industry Days & Talks
Work Shadowing – opportunities with Technicians, Promoters, Box Office or Front of House
Creative Choices Workshops
Attend Sound Checks
Meet Tour Managers
Assist Event Set Up
Sorry – we are currently not taking applications for our ‘Connect’ work shadowing programme. Please check back here soon.
We offer young people, aged 16-24 who are serious about developing careers in the technical side of the music industry, the opportunity to work alongside our technical team on events in the building.
This is an opportunity for you to gain valuable experience in a working venue, understand how it runs operationally and how to approach working in the environment.
Alongside work shadowing on concerts, shows and events, you will have the chance to participate in training and networking opportunities, as well as having direct contact with the industry.
Ideally, you will be in a position, perhaps through college, university or another job, to be able to work during the day and evening of a specific show. Given the nature of the venue, you could be required to work until 11pm. You will receive suitable breaks to compensate.