National Career Guidance Shows 2021

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Attend for free – book your place now

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.

Taking place virtually, the National Career Guidance Show offers free CPD, in an informal setting, to careers advisers, learning and development managers, teachers and practitioners working across all sectors. Across this virtual event exhibition and seminars provide professionals with unbeatable access to up-to-date information to support their clients, as well as important networking opportunities.

Using a dedicated virtual platform, attendees will have the opportunity to navigate through different spaces to interact with our wide variety of exhibitors. More information coming shortly!

All-new digital event, Wednesday 28 April 2021: 9:30am – 3pm

Typical exhibitors include:

  • Public and private sector employers
  • Government funded organisations
  • Colleges and universities
  • Training and learning providers
  • Awarding bodies
  • Sector Skills Councils
  • Trade organisations
  • Charities and associations
  • Career resources suppliers
  • Recruitment and career development agencies

Speakers and exhibitors will be announced in the coming months, so register for your free ticket now and keep updated by following the events on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.


This year’s @ncgshow theme is #TheChangingWorldofWork conversations, and will provide four opportunities for career professionals to get free seminars from keynote speakers on relevant and contemporary topics, learn from insight and industry talks, network with like-minded professionals and meet targeted organisations and companies at #NCGS2021. Seminar theatres sponsored by NHS.

Find out more and book your free place now: