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Book to visit as an individual or family using eventbrite through the links below. You will then be sent a ticket for fast access on the day.
Come along to a Skills Scotland Event and you’ll be inspired and motivated. Open to students, young people, their families and teachers the events will help you to consider the best career and skills opportunities available. 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.
If you are attending as part of a school or college group (and whole year groups from years S4, S5 & S6 are encouraged to visit) once you have booked you will receive free pre-event resources so you can make the most of your visit and target who you want to meet when you get to the event.
If you are attending as a group we have a travel bursary available to groups of 50 or more. £2 per student is available for up to 200 students, after this a £1 bursary per student will apply.
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If you are coming as a family or as an individual we recommend you take a look at the exhibitor list and find out more about what the different companies and organisations can offer. It can be a good idea to practice an introduction or a few questions you might want to ask a future employer or recruiter.
Evening opening (Glasgow only, 4:30pm – 7pm)
Parents, carers, families and teachers want to have fun too, so there is a dedicated evening opening giving you a chance to find out more about the opportunities available to young people. You can try out the hands on demonstrations and interactive features whilst talking to experts.
A great range of exhibitors will be waiting to meet you and let you know all about the options they have available for young people, we recommend you take a look at the exhibitor list and find out more about what the different companies and organisations can offer. Meeting in this informal settling will help you help your child plan for their future. Open to all, the evening opening gives a wide audience a unique setting to ask plenty of questions and collect valuable resources and information. If you are unable to attend the evening opening you are welcome to visit at any time during the day time opening instead.
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