"Fantastic networking opportunities"

"Fantastic networking opportunities"

"Fantastic networking opportunities" Click to enlarge

11 Mar 2019

COMPASS Jobs Fair receives high praise from visitors

The COMPASS Jobs Fair returned to Birmingham last week with the Professional Progress & Practice conference and was once again a huge success, with more than 2200 visitors registering for a ticket. Visitors praised the jobs fair for its 'interesting and informative seminars', 'great variety of job opportunities' and 'professional, friendly team'.

Here's what just a few of our other visitors had to say about the day: 

"The event was fantastic for networking opportunities"   - Independent Social Worker

"The jobs fair was very informative and supportive - lots of knowledge and current practice issues to talk about."   - Supervising Social Worker

"I have enjoyed a renewed sense of social work identity at this event"   - Advanced Practitioner

"It has been good knowing that social work still has a voice through these events" -  Team Manager

"It was very informative. I attended seminars relevant to working with children and families such as the guardianship orders and the restorative practice sessions. I would certainly recommend attending COMPASS fairs to other social workers." - Social Worker

"I found the COMPASS event to be very helpful. The seminars increased my knowledge and learning regarding social work and I was very pleased to meet prospective employers and get career advice. I feel the day will help make my practice better." - Social Work Student

If you didn't get chance to attend the event, there is still time to view the profiles and job offerings of the 30+ organisations represented at the event by  clicking here.

Make sure you don't miss out, get these dates in your diary today:

13 May 2019 - The Social Work Show, Manchester

11 November 2019 - COMPASS Jobs Fair, London


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