We have created the following dedicated resources to help exhibitors, visitors and group leaders prepare for the event and promote the event to their networks.
Download the Skills London Logo (coming soon)
Download the A3 poster (coming August 2020)
Download the A5 Flyer (coming August 2020)
Download a selection of web banners (coming August 2020)
If you have opportunities where you can promote Skills London and need further details, printed copies of posters / flyers, images or specifically written items please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our reach only goes so far, and with your help we can spread the word to the wide range of attendees that the event brings together. The marketing toolkit provides text about the event, suggested communication channels and resources we have created with links to access and download (available from August 2020).
Exhibitor manual – this will provide exhibitors with an A-Z of everything you need to know about exhibiting including electrics, furniture, AV, risk assessments, event access times, venue and parking details (available from August 2020).
Ensure your students are fully prepared with our free classroom resources which you can use as part of a lesson plan before attending the event. Research shows that; positive impacts can be expected to be optimised when young people are well prepared for careers events and undertake follow up activities after the activity (Education and Employers Taskforce: July 2017). Resources will be emailed to all group leaders in September; this also includes the group guidelines and sample risk assessment.
We have a range of video content on our Skills London YouTube channel which can be used to promote the event and provide visitors and exhibitors with an insight into what it will be like.
Watch our Skills London Apprentice Ambassador videos featuring apprentices from Skills London 2018 sponsor organisations.
Watch our Tips from the Top video series whereby we asked London’s inspirational business leaders to share their top tips for success.
Watch St Justus School in Bromley talk about their experience of the event