What’s on

Please note, the below what’s on information relates to Skills London 2018. 

Skills London is a jam-packed event full of interactive, fun, inspiring and informative activities, features and hands-on demonstrations. We encourage you to try as many as possible and talk to the different organisations to find out more about what the future has to offer you. Find out what exhibitors and visitors thought of Skills London by reading our short case studies.

Who will be there?

Over 200 organisations will be at Skills London and eager to help you plan your future career path including employers, colleges, universities and training providers. Help us promote the event by visiting our resources page.

Features and interactive activities

The whole event is split into zones to help you navigate your route to success. Colour coded to help you find your way round, each zone offers a flavour of what careers, training and help is available in that industry or sector. Please click on the links below to find out who is exhibiting in each zone.

Get Skilled stands will be located across the different zones and will offer in-depth knowledge about certain industries.

Click here to find out more about the activities you can try on our Get Skilled stands.

The Career Ready Talks showcase a programme of 15 minute bite-size talks across the two days aimed at young people. Through these talks exhibitors and sponsors will deliver inspirational short presentations or workshops about the industry they work in, informing and preparing young people for the world of work.

The Live Jobs Board will display the latest vacancies and placements across London. Why not visit the exhibitor on their stand and find out more about the role and how you can apply there and then.

The Teachers’ Hub is a great opportunity for teachers, tutors and careers advisers to grab a free tea or coffee and network with a range of organisations all keen to share up to date CEIAG information.

The Parents’ Hub is a great opportunity for parents to grab a free tea of coffee and receive useful information to support their child’s career decisions. EY, our Parent Partner sponsor will be running drop in sessions throughout the day for parents to discuss the structure of apprenticeships, the support available and future career prospects post qualifying. Find out more about the different routes into a successful career by visiting EY’s online Parent resources.

The Construction Village supported by CITB will provide visitors with the opportunity to meet some of the largest construction projects and property companies in London.