Tuesday 23rd January, 9:30am - 2:30pm
Careers Wales are pleased to invite Yr 10, 11, 12 and 13 pupils to the What Next? Choose Your Future Careers event on Tuesday 23rd January 2018.
Organised by Careers Wales, the event is aimed at school and college pupils with additional learning needs.
Located in Cwmbran Stadium, the event aims to:
- Raise awareness of post school options
- Encourage pupils to find out more about the world of work, including apprenticeships and alternatives to education
- Provide pupils with the opportunity to experience practical, vocational 'tasters'
- Allow young people to see a wide range of community based activities and organisations
Local employers, colleges, training providers, community groups and support agencies will be on hand for pupils to have a go at activities that will help improve confidence, develop new skills and increase their understanding of the world of work.
At the event pupils can:
- Meet people who work in different sectors
- Interact with different employers and training organisations
- Take part in interactive workshops
- Get information from providers about courses
- Find out about apprenticeships and the world of work
There will be employers and providers representing the following sectors:
- Animal Care
- Painting and Decorating
.......and more! Full details will be provided nearer to the event.
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