November 9, 2023
Parents have a decisive influence on their children's professional future. But in a world that is constantly changing, parents are finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with the latest developments in professional fields. From November 13 to 25, 2023, digital parents' evenings will take place across the country, providing parents with valuable information and advice for their children's career choices.
The participating companies, including key sectors such as the metal and electrical industry, healthcare, skilled trades, construction, IT, liberal professions and the police, will offer a compact overview of job profiles, training paths and career opportunities on a total of twelve dates. The digital parents' evenings usually start at 5.00 pm and offer space for questions and answers.
The dates at a glance:
- Monday, 13.11.: Kick-off event with the Ministry of Education: Starting a career with vocational training
- Tuesday, 14.11.: Construction industry NRW - opportunities in building construction, civil engineering and finishing
- Wednesday, 15.11.: Food retail - an exciting, real-life industry
- Thursday, 16.11.: Liberal professions - great commitment to patients, clients and customers
- Friday, 17.11.: Job future in healthcare and insurance
- Monday, 20.11.: Example IT industry: dual study and study-integrated training
- Tuesday, 21.11.: Professions for the future: Protecting the climate with the skilled trades
- Wednesday, 22.11.: Metal and electrical industry, training in a key industry
- Thursday, 23.11.: Training in electrical engineering: Shaping the future with energy, technology and safety
- Friday, 24.11.: Gardening and landscaping: Career paths in one of over 1.000 specialist companies in NRW
- Saturday, 25.11.: On your own behalf: Careers at the Federal Employment Agency
- Saturday, 25.11.: Join Team 110 at the NRW police force!
The events are of course free of charge and can be followed from the comfort of your own home via a stable internet connection. All information and links to the individual events can be found on the website of the employment agency.
Companies, industry associations and partners from state politics are joining forces with the NRW employment agencies to not only provide an insight into apprenticeships, but also a look at career prospects for young people. During the events, parents receive up-to-date information on changing job profiles and lively insights into everyday training through the experiences of current trainees.