Sponsors Skills London 2018

Delivery Partner


Tesco want to help their apprentices to grow their skills, reach their potential and feel inspired. They encourage self-led development and support this with a range of e-learning and face to face learning sessions. Apprentices will be able to use their own initiative to identify their own learning needs and choose the right training for them.

Tesco offer apprenticeships across commercial, finance, food and technology and F&F clothing. No two days are the same and this, coupled with their fast-paced and vibrant culture, is something they’re really proud of. They are committed to flexible working to give their colleagues the chance to manage their work around their lifestyles. They want colleagues to be their best at work and at home. It’s important to them that everyone feels welcome and feels part of the team.

Stand number 720

Parent Partner


As the careers landscape transforms, so do the different routes into a successful career. Whether it’s further study or starting work after A levels, there are more options than ever for young people who are about to enter the future workplace. That’s why at EY, we’re excited to be this year’s Parent Partner for Skills London. We’ve recently launched a brand new website helping parents to make the right choice for their children, and we’ll be at the event talking about the skills needed for the workplace of the future. We’re looking forward to meeting you!

Visit our website for more information.

Stand number 503

Support Partner

The Association of Colleges (AoC)

The Association of Colleges (AoC) is a membership organisation promoting, representing and supporting colleges across the country. Our 50 member colleges in London contribute substantially to the economic and social prosperity of the capital and help meet the skills needs of Londoners. For more information, visit our website.

Support Partner


The 2018 Construction Village is sponsored by CITB on behalf of the Go Construct careers initiative. With 179,000 new construction jobs available in the next five years, there’s something for everyone. Explore the Go Construct village and discover the range of careers available within construction. Chat with industry experts for information on what jobs are available and how you can start your career. Have a go and test your skills with a range of activities. For more information, visit our website.

Stand numbers 305, 338 & 342

Support Partner


Heathrow is proud to sponsor Skills London 2018

Skills London gives young people a great opportunity to discover what London’s employers have to offer. And as one of the capital’s biggest, Heathrow is delighted to be involved.

The success of our 6,500-strong team relies on the talent of people from a variety of backgrounds. All have opportunities to grow in our world-class airport as part of a business that’s committed to innovation, diversity and inclusion.

We are looking for enthusiastic young people to join us in roles across the airport. Find out more about career options at Heathrow https://www.heathrow.com/company/heathrow-jobs

Stand number 300

Supported by

Mayor of London

Skills London is a unique opportunity to find out about the immense variety of jobs available in London at an incredibly important time in your lives.

The stands will be packed to the rafters with information about how to access jobs and apprenticeships in technology, media, culture, construction, finance and professional business services and many more.

There are some wonderful opportunities to get hands on and have a go at trying out new skills for yourselves.

And you get the chance to talk to employers, recruiters and careers advisers, meet apprentices and students, as well as hear some truly inspirational stories that I hope will help you choose a path to a successful career.

Visit our website for more information https://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/mayor-london

Supported by

National Apprenticeship Service

There’s never been a better time for a young person to choose an apprenticeship, with 1,500 different job roles in a range of sectors, from engineering to veterinary nursing, they can earn while they learn in a real job, gaining real qualifications. There are up to 28,000 apprenticeship vacancies across England available on www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship now!

Supported by


A traineeship is a course with work experience that gets young people aged 16-24 ready for work or an apprenticeship. Traineeships can last up to 6 months. For more information on traineeships visit: https://www.gov.uk/find-traineeship.