This job fair in Singapore has been doing well since it started in 2006. In 2011 more than 50,000 visitors and over 80 exhibitors attended the JobsCentral Career & Learning Fair.
Here are details of what you can expect at the event.
Venue & Registration
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre
Halls: 403 & 404
Date: 25 & 26 August 2012
Time: 10am – 7pm
Entry for Singaporeans, PRs and holders of valid work passes is FREE for both days of the Fair.
For international visitors WITHOUT a valid work pass, a S$10 entrance fee is payable at the entrance on the second day of the event, regardless of online or on-site registration.
Valid work passes accepted include: EP / PEP / EPEC / S Pass / WP / Student Pass
Registration: Beat the long queues and gain express entry into the fair, click here to register for entry to the fair. Online registration ends at 12pm on 24 Aug 2012.
A line-up of 24 seminars, held over 2 days, covering topics like:
- Career Discovery.
- Career Progression.
- Crucial Skills for Career Growth.
- Critical Management Skills.
A “By Invite Only” networking session will be held on the morning of Day 1 (25th August 2012) from 10am to 1pm. . To express your interest, click here.
Formal invitations will be sent to successful registrants that meet the criteria closer to the date of the Fair. You will need to RSVP to confirm your participation.
If you are interested in a job opening from any participating exhibitor, simply apply from 25th July to 25th August 2012 and you might just get a chance to be shortlisted for an on-site interview during the fair.
Consultants from reputable private education institutes (PEIs) will be on hand to answer any of your questions and advise on the best course for you.
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