Jobs Expo Ireland 2022

After a long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Jobs Expo is finally returning to Dublin. This in-person event will be held at the Hogan Suite in Croke Park on Saturday the 26th of March 2022. The event will be held from 10 AM – 4 PM and will feature hundreds of active job positions and provide job seekers with real opportunities to network and find new employment. The Jobs Expo is a free admission advent, however, you are advised to register your ticket in advance due to high demand.

What can you expect at Jobs Expo, Dublin?

· Employers actively recruiting for various jobs, covering multiple employment sectors (both local and abroad)

· Specialised areas dedicated to particular industries

· Experts discussing how to start your own business offering advice, support and opportunities for networking

Dorset College Dublin at Jobs Expo 2019

The Career Clinic:

Each year the Jobs Expo events offer a ‘Career Clinic’, which offers attendees the opportunity to meet with professional development coaches. These coaches help candidates with important topics, such as interview skills, CV presentation, employment advice and career direction.

Agenda Stage:

Jobs Expo Dublin’s Agenda Stage will host various talks on a variety of topics including job seeking skills, such as using social media to help in the employment field and interview techniques, like CV writing workshops. Other seminars include talks by industry insiders on a variety of career topics.

Jobs Expo 2019

To register your place for this event, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/jobs-expo-dublin-saturday-26th-march-2022-tickets-220032572347

For any queries regarding this event, please contact [email protected]

School Visit - Lycée Professionnel Louis Blériot

On Tuesday the 15th of March, Dorset College welcomed staff members from Lycée Professionnel Louis Blériot, a vocational High School near Marignane in France. Sophie Burtin and her team are currently travelling around Dublin visiting various schools and colleges to write a report on the differences between the Irish and French educational systems, and the different modes of learning between the two countries.

To facilitate this, a presentation was given to help them to discover the differences and points in common between these two education structures. It was great to hear first-hand experiences of how teaching is different across various countries, courses and cultures.

Dorset College thank the staff from Lycée Professionnel Louis Blériot for their visit and are looking forward to connecting with them again in the future.

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