Creative Employability Studio - The University of Wolverhampton

The Creative Employability Studio is located at the School of Art & Design.

The Creative Employability Studio is the focus for employability within the School of Art & Design. Since its establishment in 2008 the Studio has been developing relationships with industry to arrange employment-related experiences for its students.

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ACE Introduction to mental health awareness for the creative industries 26/04/2023

Ever felt that working in the creative industries takes its toll on your mental health? A free online course, designed by psychotherapist and trainer Sarah McCaffrey, is being offered to freelancers to support them in their mental wellbeing. The 30-minute e-learning module, created by ScreenSkills with funding from Arts Council England, addresses the specific challenges of working in the creative industries.

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NEW Addressing unconscious bias: basic awareness for the creative industries 26/04/2023

Help develop greater diversity and inclusion in the creative industries through taking a free online course on unconscious bias. Learn how to challenge your assumptions with a 30-minute e-learning module created by ScreenSkills for freelancers across the whole of the creative industries.

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How to develop a portfolio career in the creative industries 26/04/2023

- you don’t have to be one thing! Use your skills across a range of areas in the creative industries to grow creatively and become more financially stable.

Find out how to develop a portfolio career and do just this at:

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Are you considering a career in the cultural and creative sector!! Why not come along to the 'The Moment: Cultural & Creative Sector Careers in the Black Country' talent conference on Friday 7th October 2022 from 12.30-16.30 at the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton hosted by the WMCA Cultural Leadership Board.
We want to start a conversation about how we support people in the Black Country to access creative education, training and career opportunities – as well as work more collaboratively to ensure people are better connected to opportunities.
For any questions about the event, please email
[email protected]

To find out more about the Cultural Leadership Board, please visit WMCA website page here.
The event is free to attend free lunch will be provided. To book your place visit

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Sky - Opportunities @ Creative Access 26/04/2022

Interested in working within broadcasting?

Sky are advertising 18 roles for new entrants via Creative Access. Closing date 8th May. Apply at:

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Screen School Industry Talks 14/03/2022

Screen School Industry Talks A high-profile careers event aimed at students based at the University of Wolverhampton Screen School (and beyond)

ABOUT | Aabidah'sPhotography 07/03/2022

ABOUT | Aabidah'sPhotography Aabidah Shah is a Pakistani Photographer. Born in Long Island, New York and raised in Birmingham, UK. She has graduated with First Class Honours Degree in Photography at the University of Wolverhampton. Winner of the Prestigious 


Blue Peter BBC Careers Workshop

Join us for a BBC online careers workshop from BBC Children's and BBC England. Ellen Evans, Executive Producer of Blue Peter and other members of the team will discuss the variety of career pathways on the programme from editorial content and production management to their interactive content teams. This will be a genuine insight into what goes on behind the scenes on Blue Peter and BBC Children's. We will also look at the different routes in, and what the team look for in new recruits. And we will also have time for an overview of apprenticeships and training schemes at the BBC as well.

Wednesday 23rd February at 2pm – 3.15pm

Anyone interested can join on this link on the day and time in question:

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BID are working in partnership with Wolverhampton Train Station and WM Trains to commission 2 art murals for the blank walls of the new Customer Lounge and Waiting room at their shiny new Train Station building.

They are inviting artists to submit their ideas, concepts and sketches for the 8.5m by 2m metre waiting room wall and the 4.3m by 2m metre customer lounge.
They want to achieve a warm and friendly welcome through the murals, using an artwork that provides a positive welcome to this key gateway into Wolverhampton City Centre and surrounding rail network.

• The design should be easily recognisable / interpreted as people might only be passing through for quick periods of time.
• The design should represent the city’s strong future and rich heritage, its multicultural community cohesion and provide a positive presence suitable for the busy station.
• The tone of the mural should inject a sense of belonging and the colour palette should reinforce a positive customer journey by rail.
• Designs for each space should relate to one another possibly by including common colours and themes.

The selected artist will receive £1000 plus costs of materials up to £250 covered by the project, funded by Wolverhampton BID.

Please submit your sketch / draft design concepts and colour
palettes by 18th February 2022

Please email any concepts to
[email protected]
or send them to the BID team:
Wolverhampton BID
Suite 1, 176 – 178 Stafford Street,
WV1 1NA.

For an informal chat about the
commission please call Cherry
on 01902 710903

Installation planned for
mid-March 2022.

Get Involved – Craftspace 24/01/2022

Are you looking for experience in craft and community arts?

Craftspace, an established arts organisation based in Birmingham, are engaging in a large-scale creative programme that celebrates our region's rich cultural identity. 4600 Gifts is a unique and ambitious project, making crafted gifts to welcome the 4600+ athletes competing in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham this summer.
Residents from across the city will be invited to community crafting events and take part in making these personalised gifts, reflecting Birmingham as a city of diverse skills, cultures and stories. This extensive programme of community-making events will commemorate the Commonwealth Games in our city, placing a gift and messages of welcome—made by the people of Birmingham—into the hands of every visiting athlete.

Craftspace are currently looking for students who may wish to volunteer as a member of our delivery team to help us achieve our outcomes. As a comprehensive programme transpiring between March — July 2022, it's well suited for undergraduates desiring to develop knowledge and practical experience in participatory arts and working with communities.

Students wishing to gain that valuable experience within an established arts charity and supportive team—where professional arts practice engages communities in collective creative activities—there's a range of roles available. Roles include arts' planners, facilitators, documenters and social-media ambassadors, and students will work alongside professional artists, creative professionals and community organisations and participants.

However, a comprehensive project description, details regarding the different roles and application pack can be found (on Craftspace's website)

Get Involved – Craftspace Get InvolvedThere are lots of ways to take part in our projects. Here you can find out how to get more involved right now including: current opportunities for artists/makers to work on our projects and exhibit in our touring exhibitions any current job vacancies volunteer and freelance roles ways to...


Take a look at our semester 2 Creative Futures Careers Talks. To kick off the series we have 2 fantastic sessions which are available to book now at
2nd February, 2-3pm.
In this special British Art Show 9 event, artists from the Wolverhampton School of Art's AA2A scheme will be chatting about their creative practices and their career journeys so far.
They will share the challenges they have faced and give inspiration and tips to help new artists begin their careers.
This event is not only relevant to those wanting to become practising artists, but also those interested in working in cultural institutions, community arts, and a wide range of creative disciplines where self employment and portfolio working are common.
9th February, 2-3pm.
Will Morris and Amber Davies are Product Designers working at Haughton Design, a company specialising in the design and product development of medical devices. Their roles are very broad: in addition to product design, Will’s role encompasses business development, whilst Amber leads on marketing and events: their ability to upskill and adapt are also factors in their success.
In this session, Amber and Will discuss their own career journeys, giving an insight into the work they now do and the steps they took to establish their careers. Their stories are not only relevant to product design students, but anyone wishing to move into design more broadly.
Keep checking for more sessions coming soon!

Inclusive Careers Conference - University of Wolverhampton 06/12/2021

The University of Wolverhampton is delighted and proud to be offering our fourth Inclusive Careers Conference (ICC)

This is a virtual week-long event which will be taking place on 10th-14th January 2022 with 24 workshops available to attend via Zoom.

The conference includes a wide range of diversity friendly employers who will be discussing Inclusivity in the workplace, as well as sharing employability advice and available opportunities.

For the very first time ICC will be open to a number of our partner universities across the West Midlands.

Here are some of the workshops:
• Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority Careers Matter
• Levelling the Playing Field – Your Rights and Adjustments
• Being your Authentic Self – LGBT+ in the Workplace
• Autism Spectrum Conditions and Careers
• Working in the UK – an International Student’s Perspective
• Dyslexia and You
• Breaking the Boundaries: Gender Myths and Stereotypes
• 3 Easy Steps to Good Mental Health
• Ageism in the Workplace
• The Etiquette and Power of Equality and Diversity
• The Law and Disclosure
• Stereotypes and Microaggressions Impacting on Individuals and the Workplace
• Creating a Better World for People who Stammer
• What’s Faith got to do with it? Religion, Belief and Employment

Inclusive organisations and charities include: Spectra, STAMMA, British Dyslexia Association, Care Leaver Covenant, Unlock

We proudly celebrate and appreciate that our students and graduates come from a wide spectrum of society and bring with them different strengths. We aim to raise awareness of how work intersects with different aspects of identity; and provide you with information, advice and a better understanding of your rights and positive practices in work places.

Events available to book now:

Inclusive Careers Conference - University of Wolverhampton University of Wolverhampton is a large UK university based in the West Midlands, offering undergraduate degrees and postgraduate courses across 4 faculties.


The University of Wolverhampton Faculty of Arts, Business & Social Sciences are recruiting for temporary Saturday Club Lead Tutors.

Temporary 174 hours casual contract Dec 2021 – June 2022

Wolverhampton School of Art is hosting the British Art Show 9 from January 2022 to April 2022. As part of this, 2 x 15 week Saturday Clubs are being delivered (Art & Design and Film & Media) for local school and college students.

We are recruiting a lead tutor for both of these clubs. Lead tutors will contribute to the day-to-day administration, delivery, and support of the Saturday Club in collaboration with Faculty colleagues. They will organise session facilities, materials, travel, events, venues, and other logistics, along with monitoring and supporting engagement and attendance, and carrying out evaluation.

To find out more & to apply visit


Creative Futures: our series of guest speaker talks to give you inspiration and tips to work as a creative! Our next talk is on Wed and features Lisa Hassell, Founder of Inkygoodness: a support network for creative people, especially those starting out in illustration. Book now at


Do you fancy volunteering in the School of Art Community Cafe? Open to students from all subjects and levels.

Stand Out Project - Promotional Video 21/10/2021

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Are you unemployed/ at risk of unemployment, aged 18-30 and live in the Wolverhampton area, but eager to start a career in Performing Arts?

Gazebo offer everything you need to Stand Out & Kickstart your career. See this video for more information

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Designer Craft Showcase 21/10/2021

Designer Crafts Showcase, RBSA Gallery, Birmingham
2–13 November 2021

The Society of Designer Craftsmen is very proud to present its ‘Designer Craft Showcase’ at the RBSA Gallery in Birmingham.

The RBSA Gallery, 4 Brook St, Birmingham, B3 1SA

2nd – 13th November 2021

Opening Times;
Tuesday to Saturday, 10.30am to 5.00pm

Free entry

The Showcase is in two parts:

Gallery 1 - Ultimate Designer Craft will demonstrate the design and craftsmanship of SDC members at its absolute best. It will contain a curated display of works across a range of crafts which exemplify excellence and creativity.

Gallery 2 - Designer Craft at Christmas will contain a wide range of works of unique handmade pieces, from both well-established as well as up-and-coming SDC members, which are for sale and immediate take- away at prices ranging from £10 up to £500 - ideal shopping for something unique.

See for more details

Designer Craft Showcase This exhibition will showcase the best in contemporary craft from the members of the Society of Designer Craftsmen - the Voice of Craft since 1887.



The Faculty of Arts are looking for 2 students to help out as Digital Outreach Content Creators for the British Art Show 9 between Oct '21 & May '22 for 15 weeks.

It will be for 6 hours per week & you will be asked to:
support social media campaigns and activity
support digital marketing of BAS9
create relevant digital content during the show (podcasts, images, films and interviews etc)
work closely with and be supported by, a number of marketing professionals within the university

An interest in art is essential
Apply by 12th October 2021


The Power of Mentoring:
Introducing the Alumni Mentoring Scheme

On 19th Oct the University will host an introductory webinar discussing the Power of Mentoring.

Please join us in a virtual capacity at 12:15 – 1 (UK time) for a 45 minute webinar and find out how mentoring can benefit you.

If you are a student or recent graduate (last 3 years), mentoring provides an ideal opportunity to connect with professionals who have extensive career experience and are ready to support your career development.

For mentors, the scheme provides an opportunity to give back, to share your skills and experience, and make a positive impact on the lives and careers of others.

The event will include:
• Welcome by staff
• Overview of how the Alumni Mentoring Scheme works
• Benefits of mentoring for both mentees and mentors
• An introduction to how the online platform works
• A step by step guide on how to register and begin a mentoring relationship
• An opportunity for you to ask questions

Book now at
You will receive joining instructions for the webinar via a confirmation email, which will contain a Zoom event link.


Are you a Ceramicist interested in working with SEND young people? A vacancy for a Ceramics tutor working at a local school (Clent) for young people with complex difficulties has arisen. Deadline 22nd Oct.


Come and join us for our exciting new series of Creative Futures Careers Talks led by industry professionals! Wednesdays 2-3pm, on zoom

The Careers Team have been working together with the School of Art and ArtsFest to create a brand new series of online Creative Futures Careers Talks. The talks are led by professionals working in the creative industries, many Wolverhampton graduates. They will share their career journeys so far, the challenges they have faced and how they made it happen. You will get the chance to hear from people from a wide range of backgrounds, from self-employed designers/ artists to those working in large organisations. Examples include a glass artist, designer maker, 3D Designer and lecturer, applications and web designer. There will also be a Q&A which is a great opportunity to have any questions answered by those working in the field.

Starting from 20th October our talks will take place online every Wednesday at 2pm and are free to attend.

Book at


The Faculty of Arts are looking for 2 students to help out as Digital Outreach Content Creators for the British Art Show 9 between Oct '21 & May '22 for 15 weeks.

It will be for 6 hours per week & you will be asked to:
support social media campaigns and activity
support digital marketing of BAS9
create relevant digital content during the show (podcasts, images, films and interviews etc)
work closely with and be supported by, a number of marketing professionals within the university

An interest in art is essential
Apply by 12th October 2021

Animation Trainee Finder 2021-22 - Pitch - ScreenSkills 24/09/2021

Are you an animation graduate looking for experience? Check out the Animation Trainee Finder 2021-22 placement scheme - APPLICATIONS CLOSE 27TH SEPTEMBER

Animation Trainee Finder 2021-22 is now open for applications and is seeking trainees wanting to pursue a career in animation, particularly focusing on entry-level roles in the departments where there are identified shortage roles, namely animator, storyboard artist and rigger, and the much in demand entry-level role of production coordinator.

Find out more and apply here

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Want to work in TV? Got a passion for sport?
Or just buzzing for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games?

Sunset+Vine, the leading sports television production company and Host Broadcaster of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, is partnering with Create Central, WMCA and Solihull College to deliver their Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Host Broadcast Training Initiative (HBTI).

The HBTI will offer a series of training bootcamps targeting live TV skills and work experience placements on Sunset+Vine’s Broadcasts and Studio productions working toward an opportunity to use those skills within the Host Broadcast team in a professional capacity at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Throughout the bootcamp, you’ll learn an essential overview of live television production, in particular sports broadcasting. You will: visit a sports venue, learn how live sport is produced, work with community sports organisations to record events, learn how to log footage, the responsibilities of the different roles available on the games and take part in work experience with Sunset+Vine.

On completion of the bootcamp, you will get the opportunity to apply for a role at the Commonwealth Games in a professional capacity, as part of the Host Broadcast production team in 2022.

Games Time roles will include Content Creators, Media Managers, Camera Operators, Edit Assistants, Digital Clippers, Live Gallery PAs, Assistant Floor Managers and Technical Support Engineers across every discipline in television production.

At the end of the programme we will work with you to develop your CV, build your network and look for your next role within television.

So, if you have a passion for sport, watching or playing, live events or television production, this is your chance to learn new skills and gain real life experience on one of the largest sporting events to come to our region.

To apply, you must be aged 19 or over, have the right to work in the UK and a permanent base in the West Midlands within commuting distance of Commonwealth Games venues.

Visit to find out more!
Closing date 10th Oct 2021

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