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Join us for Lifelong Learning Week - Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 November

Now more than ever, we need to raise awareness of lifelong learning and the many benefits of adult education - which is great, because next week (Monday 6 to Friday 10 November) is Lifelong Learning Week! Keep reading for information about how Skills Launchpad Plymouth is getting involved.


What can you expect on Tuesday 7 November?

  • Construction Drop-in, 10am to 2pm - come and explore skills, training, education careers and jobs in the sector with Building Plymouth and recruiting employers, Kier BAM and Danny Sullivan Group. All experience levels welcome.

  • Health and Care Drop-in, 10am to 3pm - meet our sector coordinators to discuss different pathways and opportunities into this vital sector.

  • Military Tuesday Centrica takeover, 10am to 3pm - veterans, serving members of HM Armed Forces and their families are invited to come and meet Centrica to find out more about their 'Armed Forces Pathway'

  • Pre-booked careers appointments with a National Careers Service advisor (FULLY BOOKED)


What can you expect on Wednesday 8 November?

  • On Course South West training pop-up, 10am to 2pm - for anyone aged 19+ interested in part-time courses, skills bootcamps and qualifications.

  • Green construction careers pop-up, 10am to 3pm - for anyone age 16+ interested in finding out more about how the construction industry is responding to improve the environmental impact of builds and how you can get involved

  • Health and care drop-in, 10am to 3pm - meet our sector coordinator Jack to discuss different pathways and opportunities into this vital sector.

If you can't make it in next week, don't panic. Check out our Adult Hub resource bank here for lots of great resources around securing an apprenticeship (it's a great way to gain experience and new skills), exploring further study and training opportunities, starting a new business, changing careers, volunteering and more. We also have dedicated resources for veterans and the military community and adults aged 50+.


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