Scottish Apprenticeship
Show 2018

Want to learn and earn at the same time?
Meet employers you could be working for at
the Scottish Apprenticeship Show.

The Scottish Apprenticeship Show will visit Edinburgh’s EICC on 2nd and 3rd of September and Glasgow’s Science Centre on the 7th and 8th of October.

This Autumn, the Daily Record are bringing the nation’s top employers under one roof.  It’s your chance to get your questions answered and get tips on how to get ahead in your career.

Edinburgh

2nd September, 10:30am-4pm
3rd September, 9am-3pm

Glasgow

7th October, 10:30am-4pm
8th October, 9am-3pm

Days until

Edinburgh Show

Glasgow Show

Are you a teacher?

  • Your students will get access to a wide range of career opportunities through apprenticeships
  • You will be offered support in delivering useful high quality career information, advice and guidance
  • Have easy to use, online resources to help prepare students to get the best out of their visit and think about the different careers available to them
  • Have the opportunity to build a school relationship with employers
  • The event is aimed at a whole range of young people with different abilities and interests

Are you a student?

  • Engage with a number of Scotland’s top employers in a unique and interactive environment
  • Listen to an in depth talk about specific sectors from the companies themselves within the Apprenticeship Theatre
  • Meet and talk with employers, training providers, colleges and universities
  • Opportunity to interact with employers through activities
  • Chat with some current/previous apprentices to hear their story
  • Gain further knowledge on an apprenticeship as a career move
Case Studies
  • Stuart moves to dream job A Forth Valley teen is encouraging other young people to challenge gender stereotypes after landing his dream job through modern apprenticeship. Nineteen-year-old Stuart Drummond, who......

  • BAE chief Iain Stevenson followed his dad into the industry.. and is delighted order book has secured its future on the Clyde. Iain Stevenson, 48, became arguably the most influential......

  • When the oil industry crisis left Lisa Hamilton struggling for work, she swapped one kind of pipe for another. Like many in the north-east of Scotland, the 29-year-old opted to......

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