'employability' refers to the
combination of factors and processes which enable people to
progress towards, move into, or stay in employment and to move on
within the workplace.
"As many have affirmed over the years, work is a
timeless and universal principle of quality of life"
"The object of living is work, experience, happiness…there
is no happiness except in the realization that we have accomplished
"Employment is nature's physician and is essential to human
An overview of the strategic and operational partnerships in
A selection of learning materials and case
studies currently used in employability.
Services and support within each Local Authority, Jobcentre
Plus or Health Board area.
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Too many young people in England are not in education, employment or training (NEET) or their whereabouts are unknown, despite efforts to tackle the problem, Ofsted’s Director for Further Education and Skills, Lorna Fitzjohn, has said.
The Centre for Cities report, supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, shows how jobs in cities have polarised, with employment in middle-income professions falling. This has taken its toll on people's wages, job security and career progression.
The Cabinet Secretary for Training, Youth and Women's Employment Angela Constance has announced the appointment of new non-executive members to the Skills Development Scotland (SDS) Board, which is being further strengthened with two co-opted members.
Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire will host its latest round of Voluntary Sector Locality Network Events across North Lanarkshire for volunteers, voluntary sector organisations and other key partners to come together to share key information.
Quarriers will outline their aims and objectives to work in partnership with programmes and providers to recruit the right people to our projects.
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