Preparing for the world of work with police and armed forces

By Gareth Dennison | 12/04/2017

Preparing for the world of work with police and armed forces
Wales High School held a career and guidance professional interview evening last Thursday for all Year 12 students. The event run in conjunction with National Careers Week was to allow students to get the feel for what is expected when put in a real time situation. Pictured is head of career's and guidance, Sam Brown, with students Daniel Coulter and Ellie MacPherson. Representatives from all the armed forces, local businesses and the Police also took part on the night. 170443-3

REPRESENTATIVES from the police, armed forces and businesses helped sixth form students prepare for the world of work.

Professionals from the health, media and engineering sectors also took part in the Year 12 interview evening.

The event was part of National Careers Week and designed to give youngsters a feel for real life job interviews.


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