Call for businesses to get involved in Bradford Skills Show

Skills showE3 Bradford will deliver The Skills Show in Bradford on 3 July 2014.

This large event is designed specifically for young people between 14 and 25 years old. It will take place between 9.30am and 6.00pm at Bradford City Stadium.

The event is linked to the UK’s largest skills and careers event held annually at the NEC Birmingham, attracting over 70,000 visitors. The event aims to inspire and transform young people’s lives through hands-on activities that encourage young people to explore a range of skills, training and apprenticeship opportunities.

How to get involved

You can get involved in The Bradford Skills Show Experience in the following ways:

  • Running a ‘Have a go’ activity
  • Offering a ‘live’ competition at the event
  • Giving a talk about the industry you work in / your career journey
  • Donating resources / materials
  • Sponsoring as an event partner

To complete your expression of interest please click here.

About The Skills Show

The Skills Show Experience forms part of the European Social Fund Technical Assistance project, awarded to the Skills Funding Agency to promote the European Social Fund. In addition, the programme is co-funded by the Skills Funding Agency to deliver the National Careers Service at the events.

Working in partnership with The Skills Show premier sponsors City & Guilds, the Edge Foundation and Premier Colleges, The Skills Show Experience provides young people with opportunities to discover what they are good at and what they enjoy, through interactive activities and experiences helping shape their futures and transform their lives.

This event is co-funded by the European Social Fund, set up to improve employment opportunities in the European Union and help raise standards of living. The European Social Fund aims to help people fulfil their potential by giving them better skills and better job prospects.

Further information about the programme of events can be found on the following link:

Written on 1st April 2014Lillie Geistdorfer. Published in Employment, News