Young people from across Teesside came to Middlesbrough College to find out how they could get on the career ladder and get their dream apprenticeship.
Northern Skills Group, the apprenticeship and training arm of Middlesbrough College invited young learners to come along and speak with a range of employers about upcoming apprenticeship opportunities.
Exhibitors at the event included Smartsociates, Jacobs, ElringKlinger and Intelect UK, as well as the Tees Valley Combined Authority and recruiting database creators - Global Bridge who offered expert advice to aspiring apprentices.
Ben Brownlee from Global Bridge spoke to many young learners at the event, he said:
"There is so much talent in this region, it is always great for us to be part of events like this and help facilitate the connections to the many amazing apprenticeship opportunities that are out there."
Stephanie Coleman, Executive Director of Business Development, added:
“The event was a great opportunity for young people to meet with professionals in a range of industries and gain an insight into what employers are looking for in an apprentice.”
“Northern Skills Group’s approach to training is about being a central resource for our business community and meeting its needs. Events like this are a key part of that strategy.”
If you missed the event and would like to learn more about apprenticeships don't worry, you can come along to one of Middlesbrough College's open events where the Northern Skills Group apprenticeship team will be on hand to answer your queries and advise you on how to secure an apprenticeship role.