'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.
View the map to explore the regions
This section provides information about the pipeline, and the
different stages and interventions within it.
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).
Find out how it can support you.
The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) publication ranks almost 7,000 small areas covering all of Scotland from most- to least-deprived. It combines data from across the UK and Scottish Governments, police and the NHS and is promoted across a range of groups to use the statistics to benefit communities.
Increase in 16 -19 years olds in education, training or employment.
Boosting competitiveness and tackling inequality.
The campaign also offers practical advice about how employer and employee can work together to help manage long term conditions in the workplace.
Equate Scotland and City of Glasgow College invite you to a free half-day seminar aimed at employers in the technology, engineering and manufacturing sectors in Scotland, that are experiencing difficulties recruiting STEM-skilled staff.
The convention will bring together policy makers and practitioners from across Scotland and beyond to discuss the latest developments and the directions towards ensuring opportunities for all in Scotland.
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