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WorldSkills UK LIVE online – Health, Hospitality & Lifestyle and Digital, Business & Creative and construction

November 27, 2020 all-day
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WorldSkills UK LIVE online: Spotlight Talks on Careers, Apprenticeships and excellence in partnership with BAE Systems will bring together the UK’s leading employers and apprentices to inspire even more young people, from all walks of life, to take up technical career routes and apprenticeships. Taking place from 26 – 28 November.

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Friday 27 November   Health, Hospitality & Lifestyle and Digital, Business & Creative and construction 
Time Speaker/Organisation Talk Title/Description
1000-1025 Peter Bakare Using goal setting techniques to find out audiences goals & the difference between obstacles of fear and phobia.
1030-1055 ABP Beef Find out the excellent range of opportunities available within the butchery sector and explore the diversity of the role models on show.
1100-1125 BAE Systems Find out more about the BAE Systems graduate programme. Hear from the young people taking part, on how they are being inspired.
1130-1155 Medical Mavericks Discover amazing careers in the NHS that aren’t doctors and nurses with amazing live demos of medical procedures using real medical kit.
1200-1225 Grant Hinds  How to start a successful YouTube channel? I’II tell you. Rethink what it means to be successful, learn how to be creative and be inspired to start that channel you’ve always dreamt of doing.
1230-1255 Gabrielle Omar Join Gabriell Omar as she discusses her incredible career journey that spans sectors such as architecture, interior design and being a successful entrepreneur!
1300-1325 Careers & Enterprise Company Our slot includes short clips from a few different speakers. We aim to give young people an understanding of the current situation on the current labour market but showing that there are areas of growth and a positive picture. We also aim to help young people see that they can take responsibility for their journey, making the most of opportunities and being entrepreneurial. We will also highlight key skills that will be useful as they progress into the world of work.
1330-1355 Aidan Ridyard from Royal Institute of British Architects How you get to be an architect; what skills you need and what commitment will it take. What does that mean in reality – life as a young architect and how this will evolve as your career progresses. Why we do it – being passionate about design buildings and the environment. Celebrating what we can achieve through architecture