Something for Everyone in CHS National Careers Week Events
2 March 2023
National Careers Week is 6th to 11th March and we have a series of events running throughout the week enabling students in all years to access information and advice from industry experts, employers and our own Careers Team.
From Monday to Thursday there will be industry specific events in the Gym running throughout lunch and until 2pm. Students from all years are invited to come along to seek both inspiration and information about different carers, the many opportunities available and how to access them.
We will welcome the following employers each day:
Monday 6th March - Business, Finance, Law and Accountancy
- BNY Mellon
- Franklyn Financial Management
- Hammond McNulty
- SAS Daniels Solicitors
- Tinsdills Solicitors
Tuesday 7th March - Public Services
- British Army
- Cheshire Fire Service
- Cheshire Police
- East Cheshire NHS
- Royal Air Force
Wednesday 8th March - Health and Social Care and Childcare
- Ablewell Care
- Apples and Pears Private Day Nursery
- East Cheshire NHS Trust
- Rossendale Trust
- Ruby’s Fund
- The Smile Group
Thursday 9th March - Engineering and STEM
- Balfour Beatty
- Pan European Networks
- Senior Aerospace Bird Bellows
Friday 10th March - Student drop in session in G0-13 (Sixth Form Centre) where our Careers Team will be on hand to answer any questions regarding careers, particular employers, pathways etc.
Our students really benefit from these events and we are very fortunate and grateful to have the support of all these organisations, without whom we could not offer these fantastic careers experiences.
We have a Parents’ Guide to NCW 2023 in both the Parent and Carer/Supporting Your Child With Careers and Careers sections of this website. This gives lots of useful information and advice for both Post 16 and Post 18 pathways. Click here to be redirected.
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