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Jobs fair coming to Ealing 

Ealing residents are invited to Ealing jobs fair on Wednesday, 16 March from 10am to 2pm. Organised in partnership with British Land, the jobs fair is taking place in 7 High Street, London W5 5DB.

Come and meet local employers who can offer you job vacancies from various sectors. Talk to them in-person and find out what work and training opportunities they have. Some of the employers you can expect to meet are British Land, Make It Ealing, The Forge@ParkRoyal, High Speed Two (HS2), Ealing Council, Brompton Bikes, Metropolitan Police, Jobcentre Plus, WSP, Project Centre, Shaw Trust, Action West London, Ealing and Hounslow Community Voluntary Service, Challenge-trg Group, West London College and Hawk Training.

The jobs fair is free to attend, and all Ealing residents are welcome any time between 10am and 2pm. 

Seminars 

You can also attend one of the free seminars we’ve prepared for you. Spaces are limited, so please register for each session in advance. Why not even attend all three of them? 

Employers’ expectations

10.30am – 11.15am 

Employers expect their employees to be respectful, hardworking and good team players. Join this session by Learn Ealing to familiarise yourself with some of the expectations that employers have and how they can help prepare you for a new role or to advance at your current company.

Sign up for employer expectations workshop 

Introduction to apprenticeships

11.30am – 12.15pm 

Come and meet Ealing Council’s apprenticeship team and even some of our apprentices to learn how an apprenticeship can benefit you. Find out what employers are looking for, such as skills, knowledge and enthusiasm. Learn about the growth sectors and industries that you could become an apprentice in and how our apprenticeship team can help you get there. 

Register for introduction to apprenticeships workshop 

Confidence for finding and keeping a job

12.30pm – 1.15pm

Starting a new job, especially after a long break, can be daunting. Come along to understand better how to:

  • Use your unique skills and strengths
  • Learn from your mistakes – and everyone makes them
  • Avoid negative language, such as “I’m not good at …….”
  • Leave your comfort zone
  • Ask relevant questions and request help.

Sign up for confidence for finding and keeping a job workshop

Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, cabinet member for decent living incomes comments:

“As outlined in our Plan for Good Jobs, a key priority for the council is to support residents into good well-paid jobs. 

“That’s why we are thrilled to bring you this jobs fair where you can meet and talk to employers in-person about their job vacancies in different sectors. 

“Don’t miss out the opportunity to also attend the free seminars – whether you are interested in finding out more about an apprenticeship, employers’ expectations or perhaps need a little more confidence in finding and keeping a job.” 

Come along 

Please sign up in advance to attend the jobs fair. We hope to see you on 16 March.

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