With over 80 employers and apprenticeship providers attending, the event continues to be one of the largest apprenticeship recruitment fairs in the north of England.
The annual Leeds Apprenticeship Recruitment Fair is returning to the First Direct Arena on Monday 7 February between 2pm-8pm. The event, which kicks off National Apprenticeship Week, offers a unique opportunity for attendees of all ages to interact with leading apprenticeship employers from across the city including PWC, Leeds City Council, IBM, West Yorkshire Police, and the Yorkshire Building Society.
Opportunities will be available to work in a range of sectors such as law and financial services, leisure and tourism, health and social care, engineering, construction, digital, sports, arts, media, and publishing. Around 450 apprenticeship vacancies are currently being advertised in Leeds so there has never been a better time to consider an apprenticeship.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, additional measures are being implemented to ensure all attendees are as safe as possible, this includes extended opening times and asking attendees to book a time slot.
Speaking ahead of the event, Councillor Jonathan Pryor, Leeds City Council’s executive member for economy, culture, and education said:
“It’s extremely exciting to once again welcome one of the largest apprenticeship recruitment fair in the north of England back to Leeds. Apprenticeship opportunities continue to grow across Leeds and the yearly success of the fair highlights the increasing importance placed on apprenticeships by employers and candidates.
“I would encourage anyone exploring their first career step, upskilling or changing career to book their free ticket for this year’s Leeds Apprenticeship Recruitment Fair.”
Please follow the link to book your free ticket: www.firstdirectarena.com