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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

UK National Final Entrance to The Skills Show is free of charge and you can book your ticket on The Skills Show Website. SkillBuild is pleased to announce the names of the UK National Finalists, and we wish everyone the best of luck! Show your support for #skillbuild2017 by following us on Twitter @CITB_UK and Facebook facebook.com/citb.uk Bricklaying Charlie Young - York College Jake Dominy - Leicester College Jordan Ireland - Riverside College Joseph Ritchie - Brooklands College Joshua Bryenton - Lowestoft College Lewis Greenwood - York College Sam Yeomans - Stafford College Vincent John Rourke - Lakes College, West Cumbria Cabinet Making Ceredig Puw - Coleg Ceredigion James Boyes - Moulton College Owen Aldous - Callow & Griffiths Ltd Ronnrick Marquez - Chichester College Safia Megatli - Cornwall College Samuel Matthews - Moulton College Tom Pearce - Cornwall College Tommy Helliwell - Southern Regional College Carpentry Andrew Balmer - Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology Garry Gray - South West College Jack Goodrum - College of West Anglia James Beacom - South West College Joe Needham - Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College Patrick McCloskey - Northern Regional College Robat Jones - Coleg Meririon-Dwyfor Ruairidh Macarthur - Darlington College of Technology Joinery Benjamin Pick - Leeds College of Building Calum Mitchell - Ayrshire College David Hamilton - Ayrshire College Jeremy Sapin - East Kent College Kyle Weir - South West College Matthew Harris - Bridgwater and Taunton College Richard Shannon - Southern Regional College Tom Powell - Coleg Ceredigion Painting and Decorating Aiden Dearie - City Building Glasgow Callum Bonner - Forth Valley College of Further and Higher Education Declan Collins - Dundee and Angus College Lewys Rawlings - Coleg Cambria Oliver Takhar - Bath College Patrick Dinham - Newcastle College Philip Orme - City College Plymouth Thomas Pawlowski - West Suffolk College Plastering Cory Bruce - Northumberland College David Scott - Craven College Gregg Gordon - College of North West London Haralds Jonans - Derby College Kane Ryland Lewis - Coleg Sir Gar Lewis Smith - Smith & Essex Ltd Yagoub Mohamed - City of Liverpool College Plastering and Drywall Systems Cameron Peter Briscall-James - Coleg Menai Curtis Johnston - South Eastern Regional College Glenn McArdle - Southern Regional College Jordan Kitching - Leeds College of Building Joseph Johnstone - Coleg Meririon-Dwyfor Mathew Low - Coleg Menai Sean Dooner - Barking & Dagenham College Roof Slating and Tiling Ben Hayley - Cornwall College Ethan Howe - South Devon College Harry Pennock - Leeds College of Building James Tidswell - Leeds College of Building Liam Crossan - South Lanarkshire College Matthew Beagley - NCC Midlands Ryan Holland - RoofTrain (UK) Ltd Thomas Thompson - South West Roofing Training Group Stonemasonry Alexander Waddell - Weymouth College Calum Munro - Edinburgh College Emma Sheridan - Weymouth College Hamish Innes - Edinburgh College Joshua Underwood - Bath College Karen Gemmell - City of Glasgow College Ross Cowie - Forth Valley College of Further and Higher Education Theo Brogan - Building Crafts College Wall and Floor Tiling Callum Pearson - Leeds College of Building Cathal Murphy - Southern Regional College Daniel McBurney - Southern Regional College Jack Hull - South and City College Birmingham James Ackland - Cardiff and Vale College Mark Scott - City of Glasgow College Maziyar Pazouki - Cardiff and Vale College Sean McLoughlin - Southern Regional College

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?

Now in its sixth year, Skills Scotland Aberdeen is a one day event taking place at the AECC Aberdeen on Tuesday 7 November 2017 between 9.30am and 3pm. 2,500 visitors are expected to come along. 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 they can try different activities that give them a taste of the skills and challenges they 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. View the Group Brochure to discover more!