More than 21,500 delegates attended the first Black Country Virtual Careers Expo during the four weeks from January 14. The Ladder for the Black Country is urging young people considering Apprenticeships to take part in two further expos this year.
Feedback received from schools and colleges, young adults and parents was positive.
Create links with Black Country employers, colleges, training providers and universities at the Black Country Virtual Careers Expo.
This event will provide pupils, parents and teachers from across the Black Country with access to a wide range of careers advice, employment information, apprenticeships, skills and training programmes, FE and HE information and Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) opportunities, all under one virtual roof.
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