Skills Show




The Skills Show is the nation’s largest skills and careers event, is helping to shape the future of the next generation. Attracting over 73,000 visitors. The show provides hands-on experiences that inspires people to explore further education, skills and apprenticeships. The Skills Show is part of World Skills and Find a Future, the organisation that produces flagship skills and careers experiences.

The show is packed with career inspiration and you can discover what you enjoy and what you’re good at. You can also find out how to take that next important step by talking with expert careers advisers and exploring hundreds of great apprenticeship, training and education opportunities. You could meet up with local and national employers, and hear from other professionals to get an insider’s view on the world of work through the further and higher education providers. Visitors have the opportunity themselves to try skills for out in interactive “Have a Go” experiences across the show in careers ranging from hairdressing to engineering, hospitality to plumbing .Watch the World Skills UK Competitions, and be inspired by the best of the best competing in over 50 skills in the National Finals. The competitions play a vital role in raising skills standards among young people and provide an opportunity for competitors to challenge themselves against the best in the country.

Join us between 17th – 19th November 2016 at the NEC Birmingham Covering the space of over twelve football pitches, The Skills Show gives you the chance to explore a wealth of skills across five inspiring sectors: Engineering (The Works), Built Environment (The Building), IT and Business Administration (The Business), Social & Professional Services (The Street) Cultural and Creative Arts (The Studio). And the best thing its free entry to everyone.

Book your ticket now for the show, on the 17th to 19th November @ the NEC Birmingham

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