Careers show to put all on right path
IS your child about to embark on the career ladder but unsure which steps to take? Or maybe you are considering a career change yourself? Well help is at hand.
IS your child about to embark on the career ladder but unsure which steps to take?
Or maybe you are considering a career change yourself? Well help is at hand. The Evening Star 2002 Careers Show takes place on November 21 at the Galleria, in the Greene King Stand, Ipswich Town Football Club.
This popular event, from 9.30am to 6pm, offers adults and children; parents and careers advisors an opportunity to meet with schools, colleges, training and public service providers to discuss future career paths.
Exhibitors include the Learning & Skills Council, Suffolk Constabulary, The National Hairdressers Federation, East Anglian Society of Chartered Accountants, Connexions Suffolk , Childcare Planning Team, the Engineering Employer's Federation and a selection of schools and colleges.
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This year's show, sponsored by the Learning and Skills Council, is the perfect event if you're considering your career options. Perhaps you are thinking about making a change to your current work, or trying to decide whether to return to work after being at home if so, then the Careers Show 2002 is definitely the place for you!
Entry is free and you will find plenty of inspiration from the many exhibitors attending. Light lunches will be available in the Legends Bar as well as teas and coffees in the Galleria.
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If you are a Careers Advisor there are still places available for school visits and free transport to and from the event can be provided for Suffolk high schools.
For further information call Janice Kent on 01473 282332.
To find out more about the opportunities available to people of all ages and experience visit Careers Show 2002 on November 21.