The Member of Parliament for the High Peak Constituency, Robert Largan, felt pleased to announce the hosting of the third annual High Peak Jobs and Apprenticeships Fair in the United Kingdom. The Fair is scheduled to take place on Friday, September 29, 2023, at the Octagon Hall, Pavilion & Apprenticeships Fair.
The Member of Parliament for the High Peak Constituency in the United Kingdom, Robert Largan, following the success of his previous events, shared his pleasure to announce the third annual High Peak Jobs & Apprenticeships Fair.
The Fair will take place on Friday, September 29, at The Octagon Hall, Pavilion Gardens in Buxton, from 10 am until 2 pm.
As per the update, This event will be open to all High Peak residents with free admission, allowing young people, jobseekers and those wishing to re-train to access the wide variety of employment opportunities available.
Previous events have been held in New Mills and Chapel-en-le-Frith.
They were both attended by hundreds of local residents from across the High Peak and by over 40 of our region’s most recognisable employers. Vacancies were offered in various sectors, from healthcare to hospitality to engineering to the public sector, helping to get people back into high-quality employment and helping our young people enter the job market as they leave formal education.
This year’s 2023 High Peak Jobs & Apprenticeships Fair event will provide another valuable opportunity for people from across the High Peak to discuss current job vacancies and future employment opportunities with the region’s most recognised employers under one roof.
MP Robert Largan expressed his pleasure in working with local secondary schools, local councils, job centres and the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership to ensure this unique event provides an opportunity for all.
The event employers include Barclays, Chatsworth House, Buxton Crescent Hotel, Buxton Water, Tameside Hospital and Tarmac.
Through this event, MP Robert shared that the Parents and pupils will be able to benefit from apprenticeships advice from Buxton & Leek College, and all attendees can receive one-to-one tailored careers advice and CV-writing support from careers advisors at Derbyshire County Council, work coaches from Job Centre Plus, and other local
employment and careers support networks.
Further, he also informed some contact details to those who wish to exhibit at the Fair:
“Any employers interested in exhibiting at the Fair are encouraged to contact my office by emailing email@example.com or calling 01663 769779.”
At last, MP Robert again expressed his pleasure and is passionate about helping local people to work and train to help spread opportunity to everyone in the High Peak.
“Please share this with any friends, family or neighbours you think might be interested.” he continued.