WorldSkills UK LIVE online: Spotlight Talks on Careers, Apprenticeships and excellence in partnership with BAE Systems will bring together the UK’s leading employers and apprentices to inspire even more young people, from all walks of life, to take up technical career routes and apprenticeships. Taking place from 26 – 28 November.
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|Saturday 28 November||Employability and the world of work|
|1000 – 1025||Royal Navy||Made in the Royal Navy, ready for anything – how far you go is up to you.|
|1030-1055||Nadiya Hussain||Find out why Nadiya is so much more than just The Great British Bake Off winner. How she has repeatedly overcome barriers put in her way and constantly refined her skills to enable her career to go from strength to strength.|
|1100 – 1125||BAE Systems||Discover a range of excellent degree apprenticeship opportunities with BAE Systems, hearing and hear directly from those taking part.|
|1130-1155||Army||This presentation is designed to give a detailed overview of what you can achieve with a career in the Army. In this presentation we talk about all of the career options, what life is like in the Army from a day-to-day perspective and what people can expect from a career with us.|
|1200-1225||RAF||A career in the Royal Air Force is like no other and there are more roles behind-the-pilots than you may think… Meet our teams, hear their stories and find out which role inspires you. From the speedy role progression to the unrivalled skills and training you receive; all whilst travelling around the world and making friends for life, the Royal Air Force really is No Ordinary Job.|
|1230-1255||Dose Of Society||Hear engaging stories from real people around the world on their journey to excellence.|
|1300-1325||Sam Rapp The Dyslexic Poet||My Talk, will engage, be fun , look at aspirations, be amusing, serious rolled into one, where the students will feel that what ever they choose they can achieve, and will be left enlightened. That if they want to write, they can, if they want to be a lawyer they can and look at ways to achieve this through examples from my story|
|1330-1355||Youth Employment UK and BAME Apprentice of the year 2020 – Kimmy Kimani||Young people ask the questions that matter to them on the future of careers and employability. Join us as we bring together experts to answer the questions that matter on the future of skills.|