The two teams create video presentations for students to promote a career in broking.
The six contestants are given control of Incisive Media's studio and set the task of creating a video to impress sixth form students.
Who will master the art of using a green screen?
Can anyone cope with the autocue and not fluff their lines?
Supported by Insurance Age's Jonathan Swift and Emmanuel Kenning the two teams - inspire and e-volve - brainstorm their ideas as they seek to grab the attention of a group of A level students.
With the help of a camera crew and state of the art facilities the six hopefuls try to turn their creative ideas into a professional video to promote insurance broking as a great industry in which to work.
Which team do you think has best highlighted the virtues of broking?
Who are most likely to persuade young students to seek out a career in the industry?
Episode 1: Meet the teams
Episode 2: The brokers womble in Wimbledon
Episode 4: The students pick their Broker Apprentice winners
Episode 5: The apprentices pitch their products for votes at The Broker Expo
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