Careers Events and Open Days in Birmingham


Are you a student about to leave college or University? Are you considering a career in the Rail Industry?We are holding three informal careers fairs across the region where you will be able to come along and chat to your local Rail industry employers about future opportunities in Rail.

This is a unique opportunity to meet Rail specific employers in your area and find out more about the wealth and diversity of careers in this growing industry.

Explore Your Future Jobs and Training Events

The National Careers Service will be holding a series of community based Jobs and Training events across the West Midlands during April 2018 to support people of all ages who are unemployed to investigate their next steps towards securing sustainable employment.

Come along to one of our Open Events in 2018.

Find out about our fantastic facilities, choose from hundreds of courses including a wide range of A Levels, apprenticeships and vocational areas covering art and design, sport, construction, built environment, travel & tourism, health & social care, uniformed public services as well as dental, medical, podiatry, music, performance arts, animal care and horticulture plus loads more. You will have the opportunity to apply, be interviewed and receive an offer on the day.

Meet your future face-to-face

Join UCAS experts and hundreds of university representatives, employers, and gap year specialists at one of our largest events.

With inspirational talks, topical seminars, application process advice, and interactive stands, this is an event experience like no other. What’s more, current students are on hand to discuss what it’s really like to study a certain subject. It’s the perfect opportunity to ask those burning questions that Google just can’t answer.

Brum Youth Trends Summit 2018 will bring together young people, businesses and decision makers to launch our next Brum Youth Trends report. Our Brum Youth Trends survey gives young people the power to make a real difference. There aren't many opportunities in this city for young people and decision makers to look each other in the face. This is one of those times.