To book your visit please follow the instructions for the section that best describes you and/or your group, alternatively click here.
NOTE: Session bookings for the 2019 event are not yet open.
Individual Job Seeker
If you are a job seeker and are still unsure about what career choices to make, need to find employment or want to talk to employers directly, then kick-start your career at the Heathrow Jobs and Careers Fair.
There is no need to pre-register or book, you can drop in at any time during the day. However we recommend between 3.30pm – 7.00pm will be most beneficial to adults when the group visits from schools and colleges have ended. Please be aware that priority will be given to school and college groups between 9.30am and 3.30pm.
Employers at the event will be looking for people of all ages and abilities with a wide range of opportunities available to you.
Group visits – Schools and Colleges
All schools and colleges located within the local community, made up of Ealing, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Slough, South Buckinghamshire, Spelthorne and Windsor & Maidenhead will be exclusively invited to attend.
We recommend whole year groups of students attend the fair. The event is most applicable for year 11 at school and years 12 and 13 studying at 6th form or further education college.
Groups of 30 or more can qualify for a student travel bursary. We’d recommend that you read our Group Visit Guidelines, which contains important information, before the event.
Family visits – Parents and Families
Young people often seek guidance from their parents and family to help them make important career decisions. The evening opening session until 7.00pm offers a chance for the whole family to come along.
Parents and families are welcome to visit at any time during the event, however, we’d recommend attending between 3.30pm – 7.00pm. Please be aware that priority will be given to school and college groups between 9.30am and 3.30pm
While you can still attend without booking, we’d recommend that you do book your visit by clicking here