Find out how we support craftspeople at different stages with our selection of makers' stories.
Cockpit Arts aims to be an equitable employer. We recognise and encourage the potential of a diverse workforce and appoint on merit.
The London Creative Network Programme is an ERDF funded initiative, run by Cockpit Arts, SPACE studios, Photofusion and Four Corners, with the goal to assist small creative businesses in the digital image, design, designer making and visual arts sectors to grow.
The London Creative Network Programme at Cockpit Arts is a professional development programme designed to help craft makers to enhance their ability to advance their business – whether through new products and services, or new ways of doing things, or both.
Cockpit Arts currently has consultancy opportunities available, to work with craft maker businesses on the programme and invites applications from industry specialists who can deliver workshops on:
Setting up an online presence
Maximising online sales
Search Engine Optimisation
Deadline: Midday 18th January 2019
For more information and detail of how to apply click here.
Cockpit Arts’ Creative Employment Programme was established in 2013 as an initiative to help studio holders take on their first employees and to increase opportunities for employment in the craft sector. Find out more about the Creative Employment Programme
We will be advertising a Level 2 Business Administration Apprenticeship in early 2019 in Deptford. To be eligible for this role you must be 16 – 24, a non-graduate or not currently in employment and a resident of Lewisham or Greenwich. Please keep an eye on the website or email email@example.com to receive information about future opportunities.
An apprenticeship gives you hands-on experience, a salary and the opportunity to gain qualifications while you work. All of this with the opportunity to work for and with craftspeople, in roles that support different parts of the day-to-day running of a creative business.