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The Skills Show returns for its second year, being held over three days from 14-16 November 2013 at the NEC Birmingham. Free to attend, the UK's largest skills and careers event inspires young people with exciting opportunities in further education, skills and Apprenticeships.
A highly interactive experience, the show features the opportunity to try bite-size tasters of work-related skills, speak with employers about job and training opportunities, receive specialist advice, hear industry speakers and watch skill performances and competitions – all under one roof!
The show provides an unrivalled skills experience in displaying the wide range of vocational careers on offer in the UK, from media to publishing, to retail to healthcare.
Free to visit, places are limited and offered on a first come, first served basis. Book now!
Watch some highlights from last year’s show:
Skills Minister Matthew Hancock said:
"The Skills Show is an amazing showcase for the vast variety of skills we have in this country. Just as we celebrate our athletes so we champion our skills and inspire young people to make their own mark on industries ranging from engineering to web design.
Creating a highly skilled nation will support our economy, safeguard our industries and improve the prospects of Britain."
The Skills Show is delighted to have Theo Paphitis as its skills patron.
“Skills are of vital importance to economic growth in the UK.
The show has inspired a new generation to get the most from further education, skills and Apprenticeships.”