The welcoming and beneficial event provides a unique environment for employers, careers advisers, and training providers to communicate directly with enthusiastic young minds and future employees.
Pupils and graduates will be given the chance to establish working relationships and gain career advice from top employers. Students will learn about different job roles, company ethos and development of their own career ambitions.
The informal and helpful character of the event will allow visitors to ask any questions to major organisations, giving them the confidence to believe that they can aim higher and achieve their desired career. This will allow students to gain valuable insight into the working world and help them on their journeys towards favoured career aspirations.
With the potential to attract up to 100,000 visitors across The UK, the events career workshops and generous program of employment and training activities ensures visitors and exhibitors will maximise their experience.
As it stands there are 960,000 (21%) young people aged 16-24 who are unemployed, up 9,000 on the previous quarter. Youth unemployment is at a record high and recent research by the TUC (Trades Union Congress) has demonstrated the scarring impacts that long periods of unemployment can have on young people’s futures.
Founded in 2006, The Diversity Group is determined to grasp the root cause of this problem and has recognised and established a key component to ensuring students and graduates will maximise their full career potential.
The National Careers Expo can offer great advice, inspirational speakers and innovative workshops along with interactive attractions taking place throughout the course of the day.
The expo’s will be an essential part to an organisations recruitment, student marketing strategy and employer brand. The event will have a dedicated exhibitor arena that reinforces the expo’s commitment to tackling skills shortages across various industries within the UK.
The visitor demography of the event can be defined to reaching and informing pupils and students aged 14-18 as well as graduates.
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