Event Invitation: Join Careers in the Spotlight on Wednesday March 3
26 Jan 2021

We are bringing together speakers from a diverse range of industries to inspire and educate young people on their future career path

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Student sessions are suitable up to age 18 years - Teachers/Parents are welcome to observe

Session 1: 09:45 - 10:15 Apprenticeships - an Alternative Pathway

Is the apprenticeship route for you and how do they work?

Session 2: 10:30 - 11:00 Spotlight: Environment, Energy and Food & Drink

Learn from industry professionals how rewarding a career in the Environment & Energy Sectors and the Food & Drink industry can be.

Session 3: 11:15 - 11:45 Spotlight: Financial Services

One of the UKs biggest sectors is more than working for a bank. Students will discover a range of careers paths and what they need to join the sector.

Session 4: 12:00 - 12:30 Maths4Girls – The importance of Maths in any Career

Inspire students with successful business role models who share their passion for maths and how they use it in their career as well as everyday life

Session 5: 12:45 - 13:15 Relatable Role Models & Unconscious Bias

(For teachers and careers leads)

We are putting a spotlight on the importance of relatable role models for young people and how to avoid unconscious bias.

Session 6: 13:30 - 14:00 Spotlight: Engineering & Manufacturing

Role models from industry talk about the different pathways to a successful career in the world of engineering & manufacturing.

Session 7: 14:15 - 14:45 Spotlight: Science & Tech

Discover what led our role models from the world of Science & Tech into their career path and how you can follow.

Session 8: 16:00- 16:45 Skills needed for sustainability Careers

(For teachers and career leads)

Gain insight into this rapidly expanding industry and the skills your students need to start a career in sustainability

Part of our Futures4Students Career Inspiration Webinars series.

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