Fair Start Scotland aims to support a minimum
of 38,000 people across Scotland, who want help to find work, and
stay in work.
Fair Start Scotland is an
important milestone for devolved employment support in
Scotland, using one of the first powers devolved under the 2016
Provision of Fair Start Scotland will be
flexible, tailored and responsive to individual need, offering a
person centred approach.
This section gives details on Scotland's Devolved Employment
Fair Start Scotland
Work First Scotland
Work Able Scotland
Employment help and support for disabled people.
Working women contribute significantly to the Scottish economy
but they can face particular challenges. For more information and
the work of the Strategic Group on Women and Work (SGWW).
View the map to explore the regions
Services and support within each Local Authority, Jobcentre
Plus or Health Board area.
This section provides information about the pipeline, and the
different stages and interventions within it.
Find out how it can support you.
Record numbers of people in Scotland are employed, the gender gap has narrowed and more young people have jobs.
An organisation which will encourage employers to give jobs to ex-offenders is due to be launched.
A village providing housing for homeless people is being launched in Edinburgh.
Minister for Employability and Training, Jamie Hepburn visited BSW Timber’s Dalbeattie mill to complete the first ‘Apprentice for the Day’ challenge.
The sessions aim to help providers to recruit and support apprentices from underrepresented groups.
An agenda will follow closer to the time, but the event will include a presentation and a mix of desk based discussions
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