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The Bracknell Forest Careers Event on Thursday, October 15th 2015 is a fantastic window of opportunity for job seekers, young and older, to get the best possible information about education, training and employment prospects. This major event has been put together by the Bracknell Forest Partnership, Learning to Work and business sponsors from across the borough.
A host of employers, training and education providers and specialist advisors will be on hand to offer information and practical help on being ready for the world of work and offering guidance to people who are looking for work.
During the day, Year 11 students from Bracknell Forest secondary schools will have the chance to ask questions, pick up ideas and make contact with potential employers.
An afternoon/evening session (3.30pm to 6.30pm) session will follow the same pattern but will be open to anyone in the borough looking for work or thinking about training and education routes. There will be advice on how to put together a stand-out CV and polish up on Interview Techniques as well as the chance to hear about local vacancies and volunteering opportunities.
If you would like to attend the evening session please select the Evening Session Ticket above.
We also have sessions on:-
4.00pm to 6.00pm - 121 Interviews and CV Preparation with a Volunteer (Free session with a Volunteer to get expert 121 advice on CV preparation or Interview Techniques, please bring along your CV
3.45pm - 4.15pm - Talk on CV and Interview Techniques
4.30pm - 5.00pm - Talk on Apprenticeships
5.15pm - 5.45pm - Talk on University Funding
To register for any of the above sessions please report to the Learning to Work Registration Desk on arrival.
The Bracknell Forest Careers Event is supported and attended by:-
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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.