Tuesday 7th March 2023, 10am-3pm
Royal College of GPs, 30 Euston Square, London NW1 2FB
Supporting and caring for older and disabled people is one of the most important jobs in our ageing society.
There are so many different roles and opportunities in care. Find out more at this free national conference and exhibition for students in Years 9-13.
Mixing industry exhibitors with national speakers – including Avnish Goyal CBE, Chair of Care England, and the UK’s fastest growing inspirational speaker Jermaine Harris – and current young stars of the care world students hear about why a job in social care could be their future career and how to get the right opportunity for them. Bringing the variety of roles available alive through interactive music and art to showcase the impact that caring has.
Register HERE to attend in person.
Register HERE for the livestream and recording.
From our partner
“We are delighted to host the first national conference for school and college students on working in care. We want to raise awareness of the variety of roles for young people to build a career in the care sector. Over 1.5 million people currently work in some of the most important and valuable jobs in our society. With our ageing population, there will be a growing demand for the next generation of the care workforce. Everyone can care!”
Anita Goyal MBE, trustee of Hallmark Foundation