Slough Careers Event
Wednesday, 6 February 2013 from 16:00 to 19:30 (GMT)
The Slough Careers Event will provide an opportunity for students and parents from across the whole of the Slough area to engage with local businesses and find out about career opportunities, apprenticeships and training within their area now or for the future.
This 2 day event will be taking place on Wednesday 6th February - Thursday 7th February 2013 at The Centre, Farnham Road, Slough, SL1 4UT
This has been organised by the Partnership of Learning to Work and business sponsors from across Slough.
Around 60 employers, training and education providers and specialist advisers will be on hand in one place to offer information and practical help on getting ready for the world of work.
During the 2 day’s, around 1600 Year 9 students (13-14 year olds) in the Slough borough will attend with their schools and have the chance to ask questions, pick up ideas, listen to inspirational speakers and make contact with potential employers. They can also get personal advice on how to put together a stand-out CV and polish up interview techniques.
The evening session on Wednesday 6th February will follow the same pattern, but will run from 4.00pm to 7.30pm and will be open to students of all ages, their parents and carers and to young people who may have left education and need help getting into work or training.
If you would like to attend the evening session please select the Evening Session Ticket above.
There is also the opportunity to sign up for a session with a Business Volunteer to get expert advice on CV Preparation or Interview Techniques. If you are interested in either of these sessions please select the appropriate ticket above and you will be contacted with a timeslot.
When & Where
Learning to Work
Learning to Work is a local charity working for the benefit of local young people, schools, colleges and businesses. Learning to Work creates high impact activities with local employers to inspire young people, educate them about opportunities and give them the skills they need to be successful.