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A number of companies and recruitment agencies will come together at the September Natives Jobs Fair to provide information on available jobs and gap year opportunities to job seekers and those looking for a change in the London area.  The event will be held on 29 September at the Novotel London West Hotel from 11.00am to 4.00pm.

One of the major attendees at the event will be Sno-Limit, which operates ski and snowboard instruction courses in Tignes in France and Cardrona in New Zealand that can lead to qualifications.  The company offers a comprehensive training programme, with courses ranging from four to ten weeks, that gives people who complete it the skills and qualifications to instruct and teach anywhere in the world.  In addition, following successful completion of the training, the company will help you to secure a job, whether it is for a gap year, a career break or a complete career change.  Its staff will be on hand to explain the courses in more detail and likely job opportunities for those who wish to change career.

Those people who do attend the jobs fair will also have the chance to win an iPad by entering the event’s prize draw.

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