An apprenticeship is a great way for young people to earn while they learn and get ahead in their careers. Skills Development Scotland have teamed up with the Daily Record to provide youngsters with everything they need to know about becoming an apprentice at the first Scottish Apprenticeship Show. It’s a unique opportunity for young people and the nation’s top employers to come together face to face in a lively and friendly environment. Scotland’s key employment categories will all be represented so whether it’s information on a career in engineering and manufacturing or media and communications, there will be something for everyone. Young people can ask questions, get answers and make informed choices about their future. Parents and carers can also get involved and find out why an apprenticeship could be the right move for their children. The Scottish Apprenticeship Show will take place at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow on October 9-11, and Edinburgh’s EICC on 13-14 October.
Please contact Miss. Mortimer, by Friday 26 August, if your child is interested in attending with the school on Tuesday 11 October. The show is also running on Sunday 9 October if you wish to attend, find out more here: http://www.scottishapprenticeshipshow.co.uk/index.html