Upcoming event: The Apprenticeship Show 2018 at The International Centre, Telford
The Apprenticeship Show returns to The International Centre, Telford for the 3rd consecutive year. Following the huge success of the show in 2017 which saw over 3500 delegates and 75 exhibitors, 2018 promises to be bigger and better.
Come along to the show on Thursday 8th March, between 12 noon and 7.30pm, meet employers and training providers from across Telford, Shropshire and the wider West Midlands. Find out about the wide range of careers now available through Apprenticeships, the local companies that are offering these roles and the training providers who will support your training. Speak to people doing the jobs now, find out about career progression and even get a taste for the jobs by trying the hands on interactive activities provided by the exhibitors.
Following the success of the show in 2016 & 2017 we are pleased to announce The Apprenticeship Show 2018.
Exhibiting at the show will be a great opportunity to showcase your business and inspire people to consider apprenticeship positions within your organisation now and in the future.
Terms and Conditions of Booking
The event aims to be INTERACTIVE AND INSPIRATIONAL therefore ALL exhibitors will be expected to bring some kind of hands on activity that will aim to inspire and motivate delegates to consider roles in the opportunities you have available.
This year we have introduced a cost for businesses to attend the show. Costs will be as follows:
- 2m x 3m stand space £50
- 4m x 6m stand space £75
- Larger stands will be available and prices will be applied incrementaly based on the space you have, however space will be offered in incremements of 2m x 3m.
An invoice will be raised on receipt and confirmation of your booking and will be non-refundable.
As part of the stand costs each stand will receive:
- Bottled water
- 2 lunch vouchers for a 2m x 3m stand or 4 lunch vouchers for a 4m x 6m stand
- Logo and paragraph on your organisation in the show programme that will be given to every delegate and exhibitor
- Presence on the website showcasing logo, information on your organisation and a link to your website
- 1 trestle table, 2 chairs and a table cloth for a 2m x 3m stand or 2 trestle tables, 4 chairs and 2 table cloths for a 4m x 6m stand.
- Free WIFI access
Please fill in the The Apprenticeship Show 2018 Business Booking form (Word doc 849k) and return to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th January 2018 along with a Jpeg version of your company logo for inclusion on the website. We can not guarantee inclusion on the website or programme for booking forms received after this date. Stands will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
We are inviting you to bring your students to The Apprenticeship Show 2018. 2017’s show was fantastic we are expecting 2018 being bigger and better. More businesses are now looking to recruit apprentices and are looking to higher level apprenticeship opportunities. The Apprenticeship Levy has changed the way that businesses recruit apprentices and the opportunities they are offering . In 2017 we also saw an increased number of students choosing apprenticeships compared to the traditional university route.
Schools and Colleges must now encourage students to consider apprenticeship routes as well as further and higher education and this is a fantastic way of doing this. We anticipate over 100 businesses and training providers being present, showcasing their businesses and the opportunities they have to offer. The event will be inspiring and interactive, as well as informative.
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