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Providing real-world creative industry work experience (WEX)

Real Time has offered work experience in the creative industries to hundreds of young people. 

For the last 10 years Real Time has worked with students from Wokingham schools to record the WASMA events at the hexagon. The Wokingham Area Schools Music Association (WASMA) provides opportunities for pupils in Wokingham schools to make music together.


Real Time has run work experience projects at Museum of English Rural Life and Reading Museum, with students from Activate Reading College, including a whole year group remotely during Covid.


Our Action Media project offered work experience to NEETs (young people not in employment, education or training). 

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For several years we have offered placements to University of Reading students. Our current comms officer, Alex, started working on one of these internships.

We also have a strong relationship with Henley Business School. Real Time has been lucky for several years to host a consultancy project with MA students as part of their entrepreneurship module.

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