Resources Skills South West

Marketing resources

As an organisation wanting to support Skills South West we want to make sure you have everything you need to promote the event.

Promote the event

Promote the event to schools, colleges, families and your wider community by sending information to contacts, uploading details on to your website and social media, displaying posters and leaflets

Download the logo
Download the marketing toolkit for 2018 (coming soon)
Download the poster for 2018 (coming soon)
Download the leaflet for 2018

You can join the conversation and tweet about the event using #getinspired. Why not share some of the below pre-written social media messages along with our social media postcard which can be downloaded here (coming soon):

  • Visit @SkillsEngland South West for info on job opportunities for ages 14-19. #GetInspired 14/15 March 18, Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth
  • 14-19? Living in the South West? Visit @SkillsEngland Skills SouthWest 14/15 March for job ideas & the chance to talk to experts #GetInspired

For any marketing queries please email: sarah.burne@prospects.co.uk

Group resources

As a group attending Skills South West we want to make sure you have everything you need to plan your visit and gain the most from the time at the event. These resources contain helpful and important information, and downloadable materials to share with your students and other staff attending the event.

The event team are here to help, so feel free to call 01823 362800 and ask us any questions or queries.

Download the latest group brochure here to discover more.

Group visit guidelines

To plan your visit before, during and after the event please read the Group Visit Guidelines which include important information.

Click here to download the group visit guidelines for 2017

Lesson plan & student worksheets

To encourage students to engage with employers, colleges, training providers and impartial advisers at the event we recommend you share this lesson plan presentation during a lesson or assembly. Students that are prepared before attending an event gain the maximum benefits from their visit.

Click here to download the Lesson Plan for 2017 (coming soon)

Before and at the event students can come complete this worksheet to help them prepare for their visit.

Click here to view the worksheets

Health and safety

To ensure your visit is safe you can download the overall event and sample group visit risk assessments

Click here to download the Event Risk Assessment (coming soon)

Click here to download Sample Risk Assessment

Promote the event
Promote the event to families and your wider community by sending information home, uploading details on to your website and social media, displaying posters and leaflets.

 

From the Careers and Enterprise Company:

Offer and Ask – Enterprise Adviser Network leaflet

Exhibitor resources

All exhibitors will be sent an Exhibitor Manual which contains essential information for the event, including:

– Electrics, furniture and AV order forms
– Risk assessment to complete
– Event access times
– Venue and parking details

Please note the Exhibitor Manual is emailed to all booked exhibitors 8 weeks prior to the event taking place. Any organisations who have booked to exhibit after this time will receive the Exhibitor Manual following their confirmation of booking.

In the meantime you can take a look through the Guide to Exhibiting brochure which will give you some handy hints and tips on planning your stand, marketing your presence at the event and following up.

Also, if you need some inspiration on how to make your stand more interactive, then please click here.

If you are expecting your Exhibitor Manual but haven’t received it or if you have any other enquiries about your booking, please contact your Event Organiser :

Katie Bellamy
Email: Katie.bellamy@prospects.co.uk
Tel : 01823 362800