Sunday, July 21, 2024

Diversity In2 Engineering returns to Derby this week

The Diversity In2 Engineering Apprenticeship and Jobs Fair returns to Derby’s Pride Park, on Wednesday, offering a range of engineering and manufacturing related apprenticeship and job opportunities.

There will be over 25 employers on the day, each will have an interactive stand allowing you to learn more about the company, about a career in engineering and help you understand the job and apprenticeship opportunities they have on offer.

Attending employers include Rolls Royce, The Royal Navy, JCB, Severn Trent, EON, East Midlands Railway, Expleo, Trent Barton, Loram, Motus Commercials and many more.

As well as employer stands, there will also be two workshops on offer to widen your understanding and keep you informed of opportunities. Workshops topics include Green and Future Engineering and Demystifying Apprenticeships. Severn Trent are also running and employability support area, to help you apply for jobs or Apprenticeships at the Fair and get you application and CV ready.

The event will help attendees understand opportunities available in engineering, construction and advance manufacturing and equip you with the skills and knowledge to ensure you are well-informed to succeed. Last year the event attracted over 600 attendees and we’re hoping this event will be bigger and better than before.

The event is being delivered by Derby Jobs (Derby City Councils recruitment support service) in partnership with D2N2 Careers Hub, SEGRO and Severn Trent.

Jade Pearson, New Talent Lead at Severn Trent, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to support such a fantastic event that will help support more people into employment, connecting people with local opportunities.

“As a major employer in Derby, we’re looking forward to sharing the current jobs we have available, as well as showcasing our varied apprenticeship opportunities, as we have over 100 apprenticeship opportunities available this year!

“We’re excited to be joining other fantastic employers on the day, coming together to inspire and support individuals looking for a career in engineering and showing them what’s available.”

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