Update your resources and access free CPD at the Midland’s favourite convention for everyone with a passion for careers and guidance
Taking place at the Ricoh Centre, Coventry, the National Career Guidance Show offers free CPD, in an informal setting, to careers advisers, learning and development managers, teachers and practitioners working across all sectors.
Across four shows, over 200 exhibition stands and over 40 seminars provide professionals with unbeatable access to up-to- date information to support their clients, as well as important networking opportunities.
Thursday 14 March 2019: 9:30am – 3pm
Currently exhibiting at National Career Guidance Show Central (Coventry)
Seminar Theatre Sponsor
Health Education England
National Apprenticeship Service
In partnership with
Access Creative College
My Careers Options
Property Needs You
Royal Society of Biology
The University of Law
UCFB University Campus of Football Business
UK Space Agency
University for the Creative Arts
Birmingham City University
Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT)
Euroguidance / Europass UK
Harper Adams University
High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom
University of Northampton
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"Great opportunity to meet exhibitors and attend seminars that have improved my knowledge and awareness which ultimately improves the advise I give my students."
Sam Clayton, Careers Adviser, Arthur Terry Learning Partnership
"Excellent event. I have only just recently moved back into working in careers from a gap of 10 years so it was a brilliant opportunity to meet employers, training organisations and more to find out new and current information and network. I found it incredibly useful."
Rachel Cox, Careers Team Leader, Nelson and Colne College
"Had some really good conversations with people and gave out lots of packs. The visitors were very positive about what we were doing and many were keen to engage with us further."
Emily Archer, Property Needs You
"Direct interaction with professionals who can in turn be better equipped to give effective advice and information to students and other potential Apprenticeship candidates."
Steve Jenkins, National Apprenticeship Service (Education & Skills Funding Agency)