As part of a joint college collaboration project called ChangeMakers 2022, London South East Colleges, East Sussex College Group, East Surrey College and John Ruskin College are running an event to help provide students an insight into new and emerging career pathways.
They are bringing together a range of employers who are at the forefront of the rapidly expanding digital and sustainable economies within the South East. These employers will talk about the new and emerging careers which they expect to be in demand over the next 10 years, as well as the knowledge, skills and behaviours young people will need to successfully progress into them.
Briefing for School Learners
Date: Wednesday 2 March 2022
Time: From 10am to 11am and from 11am to 12noon
This event is a great opportunity to gain a real insight into the new and emerging career pathways of the future.
Following feedback, the event will now be an hour long with two live sessions available, the first session being repeated so exactly the same information is being provided regardless of availability of students.
This is a fantastic opportunity for students to engage and interact with employers, learning about training and career opportunities in the digital and sustainable space and to understand how to prepare to successfully secure a job.
The digital and sustainable economies are developing at such a pace which is revolutionising the way in which businesses operate.
Hear from a wide range of top employers who are at the forefront of the developments happening within digital and sustainable economies, and learn more about the knowledge, skills and behaviours they are looking for in their future workforce.
No matter what your aspirations, the need for digital and sustainability skills will apply to you.
Be well-informed about the exciting new training and career opportunities emerging in the digital and sustainable space and understand how you can prepare yourself to successfully secure a job of the future.
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