‘Skills Show 2015 sees record number of visitors’

Published 24th November 2015

Record numbers of young people, teachers and parents visited the Skills Show in Birmingham last week, with figures for Saturday showing a 44 per cent rise on last year.

A total of 78,324 people visited the show over the three days, with 20,597 of those on the Saturday, according to figures released today by organisers Find a Future.

“The Skills Show’s unique experiential careers advice model once again proved a big hit,” said Dr Neil Bentley (pictured right), chief executive of Find a Future.

“The success of this year’s event demonstrates how much demand there is for excellent careers advice on vocational education, training and apprenticeships.

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