Free expo for jobseekers
Blacktown, November 12-13
Jobseekers, young and old, who want to learn about new career trends and opportunities are invited to visit the ‘Vocational Career and Employment (VCE) Expo 2014’ at the Bowman Hall in Blacktown on November 12 and 13.
The event is a great opportunity for visitors to meet with career advisors, counsellors, employment consultants, trainers and mentors, free of charge.
“This is a community project of Knobin Consulting working with community organisations. The choice of Blacktown to stage the VCE Expo 2014 has purposely been to encourage the huge number of youth, women and senior citizens from Greater Western Sydney and Inner West areas to attend,” said Syed Atiq ul Hassan, CEO of Knobin Consulting.
“Anyone who is looking for a new career or would like to enhance their qualifications and skills or find a suitable job can meet educational service providers, career counsellors and employment consultants.”
The VET (Vocational Education and Training) System provides employment career paths to all ages. It is a part of tertiary education and training that provides accredited training in job related areas and builds technical skills for those wishing to enter the workforce or reskill. VET covers a large number of careers and industries including various trades, office work, retail, hospitality, business management, community services, childcare, nursing and IT.
Visitors who have registered online will receive lots of prizes including laptops, iPads, iPhones in 2-hourly draws. There will be employment experts who will provide free advice on CV and job seeking consultation. Free tea, coffee and snacks will be available for the visitors.
VCE Expo 2014 is a free event open to the public. Event hours on both days are from 10am to 5pm.
To register and see more details, visit www.knobin.com.