National Career Guidance Shows 2018

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Visit for free – book your place now.

London – 28 February 2018

Leeds - 8 March 2018

Coventry – 15 March 2018

Bristol – 22 March 2018

By 2024 there are expected to be about 1.8 million more jobs in the UK than in 2014. But growth is likely to be strongest for highly-qualified roles where there are already skills shortages.

The National Career Guidance Shows are the only free to attend series of conventions for people passionate about careers and will arm visitors with the resources necessary to support and prepare young people and other job seekers, so that they can make a smooth transition from education, training or unemployment into working life.

The publication of the government's new careers strategy has a clear focus on the importance of advice and guidance coming from individuals with the right skills and experience. The National Career Guidance Shows provide visitors with free CPD that will evidence your commitment to professional development.
Digital transformations, emerging technologies, skills shortages, an ageing workforce and a desire for flexible working are all shaping the future of jobs and skills. That's why the theme for the 2018 shows is “The Future of Work” and will focus on the important role careers education plays in the ever-changing career landscape.

Book your place for free now to ensure you don't miss out on over 250 exhibitors across the series and a great line up of speakers and CPD certified seminars.

The National Career Guidance Shows are organised by Prospects Events in partnership with CDI. The events are supported by the National Apprenticeship Service and NHS Health Education England will sponsor the Seminar Theatre at each event. The launch of the Bristol event is in partnership with the West of England Combined Authority.

Exhibitor Information

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Join us as an exhibitor and your company, organisation or association will benefit from accessing careers advisers, learning and development managers, teachers and practitioners working with adults and young people across the public, private and third sectors in a relaxed and informal setting.