About the School to Schools Tour
The expo focus is on Further education opportunities, bursary programs, funding partners, and job including internship platforms. The learners will connect their APS score to careers offered Government and municipal entities Seta, trade and professional associations, thus helping them explore and visualise job pathways and secure the skills-based training opportunities needed to enter the modern workforce.
This educational career expo incorporates learners, teachers, colleges, universities and companies to give learners the information they need to make crucial decisions about their future after leaving school.
During the exhibitors will get to introduce themselves to the learners by means of a multimedia presentations. After all the introductions, from their seats the learners are given an opportunity to directly interact with the representatives of each exhibitor to ask all the burning questions they have about study opportunities, bursaries and even student accommodation.
Each learner will receive a booklet of exhibitors goodie bag filled with critical information from exhibitors. While adhering to strict safety measures of mask and no touching Covid 19 event rules the learners will walk around visiting exhibition stands in small clusters. The expo is facilitated in a professional manner as it forms part of the event. Because of the pandemic the expo element is professionally organized and expertly structured to ensure maximum effect for all involved.
Careers Inc. is genuinely concerned about your safety and health during this COVID-19 pandemic. APS School to Schools Tour is hosted in school hall with our Covid 19 safety compliance officer on site and will continue to follow the CDC recommendations and communicate with the local area health departments to ensure all safety precautions are adhered to during all events.
Our staff and roadshow planning committee have identify ways to incorporate social distancing measures, including contactless registration, limiting expo timelines, etc. during the school to school tour operations.
Dates (2 -3 shows per day) Tshwane dates 06-09 April for 12 Schools. Nelson Mandela bay Metro dates 12-22 April for 28 schools City of Joburg Metro dates 10-28 May for 42 Schools. Mangaung Metro Dates17-21 May for 14 schools. City of Polokwane Dates 14-28 May for 14 schools.
The skills gap problem is undeniable and ongoing so schools, school governing bodies, associations, learning institutions, and industry must come together to address this challenge.