Bespoke services to help you connect young people and professionals

Talk About designs and delivers a range of events for different organisations. All of our projects are bespoke to our clients’ needs, all of them are fun and all of them bring a little bit of youth to the table. Have a look at some of our previous projects below. If you are interested in working with Talk About, please contact us.

On 22nd November 2019, we hosted our ‘Talk About What Makes A Smart City’ event at EY’s Birmingham office. The event was an opportunity to explore the future of the world’s cities and the biggest issues facing them today.
Talk About designed and delivered a bespoke session exploring Mental Health and Technology alongside our partners HSBC as part of their Insight Day 2019.
Talk About designed and delivered bespoke workshops for RSA Academy’s World of Work Day which explored GCSE options and soft skills.
Talk About designed and delivered Initial Teacher Training workshops for 26 Secondary and Primary School Trainee Teachers. The sessions explored how to bring the world outside into their classrooms.

Some of our partners and clients include


“Through our workshops with Talk About, students were able to hear these key messages from bright young minds, who were not dissimilar in age and background to themselves. I would highly recommend them to any school thinking about utilising them for their careers programme.”
RSA Academy
"Participating Trainee Teachers stated that they found the sessions useful because it enabled them to see “common links across the curriculum” and the skills they gained would be “helpful in future interviews.”
Titan Partnership
“The Insight day was accompanied by an interactive debate led by Talk About on how technology can either positively/negatively affect mental health. Not to mention, a mini mindfulness session which was very much needed! There was something useful for everyone to talk about and take home.”
Warwick student at HSBC event
“Very often young people overlook the importance of soft skills and their value. Starting from a young age, students can begin to map these in everyday tasks, and see the relevance in their learning.”
RSA Academy

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