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School pupils from across the West of Scotland are exploring their future with Skills Scotland.

Thousands are expected at the 2 day event at Glasgow’s SECC on 18 and 19 November.

Employers, colleges, universities, training providers and industry advisers will all be on hand to talk to pupils - more than 50 exhibitors in all.

Skills Development Scotland’s expert careers advisers will be on hand for pupils who want to talk about their future or choices, and there’ll be the chance to visit the My World of Work stand for further top tips, advice and resources.

At the Ask an Apprentice stand pupils will also be able to talk directly to apprentices about their experiences, ask questions about their roles, and find out why it could be a great route for them after school.

Skills Development Scotland’s Luisa Moreno is there to offer support, she said: “This event is a one-stop shop for young people to find out more about all the options open to them when they leave school, giving them the chance to get a hands-on experience of their possible future career.

“We are here to help with free, impartial, one-to-one advice on what’s ahead, whether it’s going on to further or higher education, into a job or Modern Apprenticeship.

“Similar events in Aberdeen and Edinburgh in October were a huge success, and we’re sure pupils will find their visit really useful.”

A partnership between Prospects and Skills Development Scotland’s My World of Work in association with Young Scot, the event is taking place during Learning Through Work Week.

Visit Skills Scotland to find out more.

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