The Working World Exhibition aims to inspire and empower learners by providing tools and resources to learners to make informed career choices.
The Working World Exhibition is the most impactful Career Guidance Initiative in South Africa for School leavers, current students, educators and parents.
To assist learners in making informed career choices
To expose learners to a cross section of options available to school leavers including further study, entrepreneurship, travel, development of skills e.g. fitting and turning, bricklaying etc.
To assist learners with access to finance
To expose learners to the actual World of Work through interaction with corporates in the Metro
To inspire and motivate learners through the Seminar programme
To motivate parents to become actively involved in career guidance
To create a positive sentiment about living and working in the Eastern Cape & South Africa
To create an interactive platform where learners can experience career opportunities as opposed to reading about them
The Working World Exhibition has become such a success that it received an award from the Deputy President, Mrs Phumzile Mlambo‐Ncguka in 2005 at the Jobz Summit hosted in East London for its contribution to job creation.
The Working World Exhibition is aimed at hosting the following organisations:
Post matric programmes
Life skills & Training
Youth development programmes
What are the benefits of attending the expo?
Information on Courses / Training / Apprenticeships and Traineeships