Bridging the skills gap for Belfast and Northern Ireland’s young people with careers, jobs, skills and apprenticeships
Skills Northern Ireland is a new, interactive and inspiring two day event, taking place at the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast.
The event is aimed at 14-19 year olds and the teachers, parents and influencers that help them decide how to achieve the career of their dreams.
A visit will ensure you get the best possible start to your career; you’ll be encouraged to make good decisions based on impartial information and advice about your future.
Wednesday 20 November 2019: 9:30am – 3pm
Thursday 21 November 2019: 9:30am-3pm
Visit Skills Northern Ireland 2019
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Exhibit at Skills Northern Ireland 2019
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“It was an excellent, well organised event. Good communication with Group Leaders. Very productive and engaging visitor experience.”
Cathy Robinson, College Connect Mentor, SERC Newtownards
“I will definitely be attending this event next year. It is a great opportunity for students to engage with industry and colleges. The organisation of the event has been taken off teachers who would find it impossible to pull such an array of employers together.”
Maria Curran, Head of Careers, St Ciaran’s College
“Different places like Kanios and the Health and Social Care Zone gave me really good advice and help and have helped me pick a career”
Imogen Greene, Year 12, Regent House Grammar School
“I talked about accountancy and what I want to do in the future and the options open to me. I think that the event was a success as I left with a greater understanding about what I want to do in the future.”
Aaron Gribben, Year 12, St Colmans College Newry
“A good variety of stands representing many sector skills and the opportunities within.”
Superdrug and Savers
“It was great to be a part of Skills NI Show for the 3rd year in a row, we had a fantastic time engaging with students all over the country and our catchment areas. We got a lot out of it and great feedback.”
South Eastern Regional College