What’s happening at Jobs Expo Dublin April 2017? Final details just released
Jobs Expo Dublin is just days away. If you are looking for new opportunities, a change in direction, or career advice, Jobs Expo Dublin April 2017 has something for you.
The final lists of exhibitors and career coaches as well as seminars have been released. But here’s a quick rundown of what’s happening.
First off, Jobs Expo’s organisers, BCS Sales Recruitment will have a team of recruitment specialists on hand. The team will advise both companies and jobseekers on a number of subjects. Exhibitors can enlist BCS to help them find the best fit for their company, both during the event and afterwards. Jobseekers can speak to the team about issues like CV preparation and interview skills, as well as career development. Whether you are an employer or a candidate, BCS can help.
Exhibitors include multinationals such as BD Medical, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Jones Engineering Group, Marketo, McDonalds and UPS. In addition, there are plenty of homegrown heroes taking part. Heat Merchants Group, Peter Mark and PhoneWatch as well as Adare Manor and Ireland’s largest hotel operator Dalata are all exhibiting.
There will also be opportunities for anyone considering working overseas from companies such Military Autosource, Top Knot Carpentry & Joinery and the Government of the Isle of Man. In addition, US Immigration Attorney Caro Kinsella will advise attendees on how to obtain a US Visa. You can check out the full list here.
Jobs Expo’s Career Clinic is always incredibly popular. Free professional advice is on hand from some of Ireland’s best respected career coaches. Attendees can avail of one-on-one advice on issues such as interview skills and CV preparation. Professional development coaches taking part in Jobs Expo Dublin include consultant and author, Brian McIvor; Peter Devlin of Career Development Associates; Geraldine Fitzgerald; Orla Donagher of Interview Tutor; Gráinne Hurley; Deirdre Dowling; Austin Dunne of Progressive Mind Action Group; Fabio R.B. Loyola of Mandala Coaching Ireland; Billy Jones of O’Reilly Digney; and CV specialists HelpCV.
For more details about the career coaches and their biographies, have a look here.
Seminars at the Agenda Stage
There is a great range of seminars taking place at the Agenda Stage. This April the topics covered will include e-Business on the Isle of Man, immigrating to the USA, how to write a winning CV and FIT’s Software Development Apprenticeship Style Programme. All the seminars are free-of-charge to attendees on a first-come-first-serve basis. Click here for the full schedule.
Jobs Expo Dublin April 2017 also includes a host of educational and retraining options at our new Learning Village.
If you are thinking of changing career direction, upskilling, returning to education or just fancy learning a new discipline, the exhibitors at the Learning Village can help. GMB College and Sallynoggin College of Further Education as well as Nightcourses.com and the Radio School are taking part. If you are in sales, or want to be, speak to BCS Sales Recruitment. They now offer a school of sales if you want to upskill. In addition, you can meet hairdressing icons Peter Mark and the highly regarded Jule Beauty Academy. Finally, FIT will be on hand to discuss their innovative courses in ICT.