VIDEO: How a BTEC in Art & Design helped Jasmine Welsh’s design career

BTEC Jasmine Welsh

Jasimine Welsh is a junior commercial marketing designer for Bauer Media. To get into this career, she studied a BTEC in Art & Design, then went on to do a Graphic Design Apprenticeship and then on university. She won BTEC Apprentice of the year 16-18 in 2014.

Watch the video below to hear Jasmine describe her journey. See more about BTECs on Youth Employment UK, and visit Pearson online to learn more about successful BTEC students and where they are now.

This information was brought to you with support from Pearson, the UK’s BTEC Awarding Organisation.

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