THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES PLACEMENT PROGRAMME
Creating opportunities, achieving excellence and building a future for all
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT
THE HOUSE OF RADHA works closely with educational institutions in the UK and provides essential support to students, graduates that are studying a creative industries programme or graduated. The student will have the opportunity to develop a variety of skills including; team-working, communication, interpersonal skills, project management, problem solving, presentation skills, building a professional network, working with a team, marketing, brand promotions, fashion design, graphics, pr and communication, photography, events and more..
THE HOUSE OF RADHA provides:
Support through the arts, culture and creative industries sectors
Enhances the learner’s educational programme experience
Gain Employability skills and experience through the placement
Inspiration, motivation and a real-world perspective of working in industry
Build confidence, knowledge and an opportunity to establish a supportive network
Employability of Excellence Certificate from THE HOUSE OF RADHA
Employment reference once successfully completing the placement
THE HOUSE OF RADHA is working with Nottingham Trent University and the Employability Business development team in providing creative and business opportunities through the Graduate Internship Scheme. This relationship supports graduates to gain the necessary experience and employability skills working in an industry placement.
"I have been able to implement what I had learned from university and online courses into a real working environment. I have also grown in confidence in working with other people within a team, knowing that they have trust in me".
Ryan Fellman, Nottingham Trent University Graduate
STUDENT & GRADUATE CASE STUDIES
FASHION BRAND MARKETING AND SALES
"It has been a very welcoming experience, allowing me to discover first hand more about the fashion industry. I have really enjoyed the range of work that I have been given to do, helping me to be more prepared and feel more confidant for final year as well as improving my creative skills."
BA (HONS) FASHION DESIGN - NTU
"It really helped me with improving my project management and organisational skills. On the other side, it gave me more confidence in my communications skills to."
Lucia Cuprova, PR and Communications
Nottingham Trent University Graduate
PR AND COMMUNICATIONS
"Never give up looking for that right opportunity and placement, because it will come, trust me. When you get that opportunity grab it and get the most out of the experience, because it can help you in your future career goals."
(MA) BROADCAST JOURNALISM - NTU
THE HOUSE OF RADHA welcomes everyone to apply for our roles, and we are determined to treat all applicants and employees equally regardless of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, belief, age, marital status and background. We recognise the importance of diversity within our teams and are fully committed to embracing the talent and creativity of each individual to help drive the ethos and vision of the brand forward.
“Working in a diverse team is empowering, something that should be encouraged. A diverse team creates different ideas and approaches that helps develop results that are more thought out and well grounded. This is something I believe shouldn’t be thought of as unusual and is a breath of fresh air that it is being displayed at THE HOUSE OF RADHA.”
Ryan Fellman, Social Media Marketing,
Nottingham Trent University Graduate
"Having the degree and the theories is one thing, but being able to apply these to a work like environment is a big step, and one that I was able to accomplish through this placement, enhancing my skills greatly."
Owen Cory, Nottingham Trent University Graduate
BA (HONS) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING - NTU
“I thought working remotely would have you oppose more obstacles, but it has actually been a great time thanks to the support from colleagues and Radha.”
“The experience has left me feeling more accomplished and enlightened, having worked with many students who share different cultures and experiences, making me more aware of how different and amazing everyone can be.”
Owen Cory, Brand Marketing and Sales Management,
Nottingham Trent University, Graduate
“Working for THE HOUSE OF RADHA was interesting and allowed me to learn a lot about many different complexities of marketing.”
“It has been a unique experience as normally a lot of fashion spaces are dominated mostly by British people. It has given me an insight into different cultures and values.”
Mariam Khan, Social Media Marketing,
University of Glasgow, Postgraduate
POSTGRADUATE, UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW