Young people and businesses from across Worcestershire are being encouraged to get involved with this year’s Worcestershire Skills Show 2018.
Worcestershire Skills Show is open to school leavers and sixth formers across the county, and over 1,800 students are expected to attend this year’s event. The event will be taking place at the Regent Centre, Chateau Impney, Droitwich Spa on Wednesday 7 March, 2018.
Worcestershire Skills Show is delivered by the Careers and Enterprise Company, in order to highlight the world of exciting business opportunities that are available for younger generations. Local skills representatives at Worcestershire County Council are encouraging local parents to help their children to get involved with the event and learn of the many opportunities that are available to them.
The Worcestershire Skills Show has developed a reputation for its engaging and exciting activity-based stands that help to bring the world of work to life. Event organisers are now looking for local businesses to showcase their activity-based stand at the event for free.
Gary Woodman, Chief Executive of Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “This event is a fantastic opportunity for local businesses to inspire the younger generations with their industry experiences and opportunities. The Worcestershire Skills Show is the biggest skills-based event in the county and I would therefore recommend all businesses to get involved.”
For more information on this year’s Worcestershire Skills Show 2018 and to book your business’ stand at the event, contact Matt Tope at the Careers & Enterprise Company by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org