Skills Scotland Exhibition
18th and 19th November 2015
9:30 to 15:00 (with school/college)
17:00 to 19:00 (with family, friends)
Skills Scotland Glasgow is part of the biggest skills and careers events series for 14-19 year olds in Scotland. As an exhibitor, you will be meeting Scotland’s future workforce. Hugely interactive, visitors get the chance to touch, feel and experience first hand a huge range of available careers and you get the chance to show what your organisation has to offer.
Skills Scotland events attract a range of industries. Exhibitors are employers, training providers, sector skills councils, universities, charities/voluntary sector organisations and careers and business advisers providing as diverse a range of opportunities as possible. Past exhibitors have included:
Academy of Music and Sound
Apprenticeships in Scotland
Ask a Modern Apprentice
BNG Early Years Training Services
CalMac Ferries Ltd
Careers At Sea
Carousel Training Centre
Chartered Institute of Public Relations (Scotland)
Childcare Management Company
City of Glasgow College
Clyde Marine Training
Commonwealth Employment Initiatives
Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB)
Glasgow Clyde College
Glasgow Kelvin College
Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Scotland
Jobs & Business Glasgow
McDonald's Restaurants Ltd
Morrison Construction Scotland
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS)
Royal Air Force
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Royal Fleet Auxiliary
Royal Marine Commando Challenge
Royal Navy & Royal Marines
Scotland's Rural College (SRUC)
Scottish Drama Training Network
Scottish Social Services Council
Scottish Tourism Alliance
Skills Development Scotland
Springboard UK Ltd
Taste Success - A Future in Food
Tennents Training Academy
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)
University of the West of Scotland
Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College
West College Scotland
BAE Systems Naval Ships
10th November 2015
Our female engineers work on some of the most technologically advanced products in the world.
Come to our event to speak to current Apprentices and Graduates and hear about the exciting work they do.
Open to 15-24 year old female pupils, parents, guardians and teachers.
THIS EVEN IS FREE BUT YOU MUST REGISTER YOUR PLACE. EMAIL NAVALSHIPSCOMMS@BAESYSTEMS.COM
2pm, 30th September 2015
Glasgow Caledonian University
Considering your career choices? Come and listen to an expert!
Engineering as a Creative Industry
Join us for a short talk to find out more about engineering as a Creative Industry, delivered by the Philip Hannay, treble law graduate of Kings College and director of Cloch Solicitors.
This event is free but all attendees must register by contacting email@example.com. For more information, click the button below to visit the website.
29th September 2015
10:00 to 16:00 (BST)
FREE for school pupils.
The Scotland Deanery (part of the medical directorate within NHS Education for Scotland) is responsible for co-ordinating the recruitment of doctors to postgraduate medical training.
We oversee the delivery and quality management of postgraduate medical training of approximately 5500 doctors in Scotland. The Deanery has four regions covering Scotland, allowing for training to be localised or national depending on the speciality and educational needs.
Answerable to the GMC, we ensure that the training delivered meets GMC and Royal College standards, and we are proud that the Scotland Deanery regions score very highly in the annual GMC trainee survey.
A partnership of Health Boards, Scottish Government and the Scotland Deanery, Scottish Medical Training (SMT) is NHS Scotland's system for co-ordinating the recruitment of trainees into postgraduate medical training.
Choose 2 out of three School Pupil seminars:
Student BMJ Seminar (14.30 - 15.00 - Alsh 1)
So you are thinking about becoming a doctor (14.30 - 15.00 - Alsh 2)
Gaining entry to medical school: How do you go about this (15.00 - 15.30 - Alsh 2)
23rd September 2015
Glasgow Science Centre
Morning Lecture, 11am: Roma Agrawal, The Shard - Engineering an iconic building
Roma, a structural engineer at WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff who spent 6 years working on The Shard, is described as 2the new voice of women talking about science and engineering and making it cool" by the Telegraph. A multiple award winner, she has worked on skyscrapers, bridges and sculptures with signature architects. She has appeared extensively in the media, has given a TEDx talk about the engineering 'brand' and was selected as a 'Leading Lady' in the 2014 M&S campaign.
The talk will concentrate on the structural aspects on the Shard: its design, construction and unusual features.
Afternoon Lecture, 2pm: Daniel Jubb, Rocket Engineer
This event is free but all attendees must register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, click the button below to visit the Professional Engineer Website.