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The RCI Show 2017 is the number one event for your industry. We will once again bring together the leading International and UK-based names from the roofing, cladding and insulation sectors, all under one roof, so you can see the very latest that the best in the industry have to offer; compare and source new products; pick the brains of the experts from leading associations; and hear about the key issues that are going to impact on your business and the sector moving forward. This is what you can expect to see at the show: Over 100 exhibitors including manufacturers, suppliers, installers and the leading trade associations 100s of products and services including the very latest the industry has to offer

The National Apprenticeship Show takes place at Westpoint Exeter on Wednesday 31 January & Thursday 1 February 2018 and will bring together employers, colleges and providers with those wanting to find out more about what apprenticeships can offer. Over 100 exhibitors will be taking part. The National Apprenticeship Show exists only to promote apprenticeships and our message is clear – apprenticeships work for both candidates and employers alike.

The National Apprenticeship Show takes place at the Sandown Park on 5-6 March 2018 and will bring together employers, colleges and providers with those wanting to find out more about what apprenticeships can offer. Over 100 exhibitors will be taking part. The National Apprenticeship Show exists only to promote apprenticeships and our message is clear – apprenticeships work for both candidates and employers alike.

The National Apprenticeship Show takes place at the fantastic Arena MK on 12-13 March 2018 and will bring together employers, colleges and providers with those wanting to find out more about what apprenticeships can offer. Over 100 exhibitors will be taking part. The National Apprenticeship Show exists only to promote apprenticeships and our message is clear – apprenticeships work for both candidates and employers alike.

Careers Event 09:00 to 17:00Hrs

A careers event . Free parking , tea coffee provided

A day of discussion and opportunity with our region’s business and public sector leaders. It’s the region’s biggest business event of 2017. The West Yorkshire Economic Growth Conference brings together public and private sector leaders to discuss and debate the key business themes and opportunities for growth. Conference highlights •Join the conversation on regional economic growth •Do more business and make deals on the day, expand into new sectors •Gain insights from public sector and Blue Chip company leaders •Network with the best and remove the usual barriers to meeting premium clients, VIPs and brands •Access opportunities unique to this event and delegate group •Increase your understanding of the West Yorkshire business landscape •Raise your profile and enhance your brand; be seen at this year’s must-attend event Sessions and speakers An outstanding line-up of keynotes and sessions is already confirmed, with more to come. Speakers include: Dr Aman Puri Consul General, India CONFIRMED Kersten England Chief Executive City of Bradford CONFIRMED BEN Still Managing Director West Yorkshire Combined Authority CONFIRMED Prew Lumley Chair Leeds BID CONFIRMED

The Regional Skills Events are hugely interactive careers, jobs and skills events for young people. Since 2007 they’ve helped over 100,000 young people find out about careers, skills and learning options.

SECC Glasgow – 29th & 30th November 2017 – 9:30 – 15:00. Includes: A dedicated ‘Open Evening’ for families, parents and carers on Wednesday 29 November 5pm-7pm. Skills Scotland Glasgow, supported by Modern Apprenticeships and in association with Young Scot, is a two day event taking place at the SEC Centre, Glasgow on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 November between 9.30am and 3pm, with a dedicated open evening for families, parents and carers on Wednesday 29 November 5pm-7pm. The event attracts over 6,000 visitors each year. Skills Scotland events are all about inspiring the nation’s youth about their future careers and opportunities. The events attract thousands of young people from schools, colleges, community groups alongside their friends and families. At the events everyone can try different activities that give a taste of the skills and challenges that young people will meet in a range of careers. These activities are showcased by employers, colleges, training providers and other organisations. Activities might include wheel change challenges with students studying auto repair, pancake flipping with a hotel and hospitality team, changing a nappy with childcare trainers, building a slate roof with construction lecturers, restyling a hairdo with hairdressing academies, pedalling a dynamo to light a bulb with energy providers, fitness training with personal trainers and lots more. The key to Skills Scotland is getting involved to get inspired. Learning is through experience, so visitors get to touch, taste, feel, smell, hear and most importantly try new activities and meet staff face to face, things a website, leaflet or prospectus can never do. The events are open to anyone aged 14-19, whatever their ambitions or abilities. The events showcase the range of opportunities available to young people including modern apprenticeships, education, training, employment, internships and other options.

Are you a careers educator working in a school, college, university or training organisation? Or a learning and development manager, freelance careers professional or life coach? Do you want to keep up to date with industry changes and ensure your knowledge is relevant and current?