Employability Learning Network
Developed by the National Delivery Group in
2009, the Employability Learning Network aims to support Local
Employability Partnerships and wider
stakeholders to improve the way that employability is delivered
The Network provides a structure for you to interact with others
and share common concerns, as well as sharing examples of good
practice, deepening your knowledge and expertise in the
The Network aims to provide practical help and support to
organisations and individuals working locally throughout Scotland,
and supports activity that focuses on:
- Supporting local learning and development with employability
partners through partnership development and learning.
- Capacity building around technical and project delivery
techniques such as management information systems and client
assessment, as well as research and evaluation activity.
- Developing and promoting a clear understanding of the factors
which influence successful and sustained employment and
- Developing new support tools where appropriate, to improve
performance or overcome barriers.
- Providing a forum to collectively identify and share good
- Supporting stakeholders to gather their learning and practice
into user friendly case studies for the Learning Network.
- Promoting networking and joint working across local
employability partnerships in Scotland.
The work of the Employability Learning Network is coordinated by
The Scottish Governments Employability Team, and is primarily
delivered via the Employability in Scotland website and the monthly
This Employability in Scotland website provides a practical
resource for all those involved in funding, planning and delivering
employability services in Scotland. It has links to a number of
useful resources, such as service guides, case studies, news items,
events and workshops and policy and research.
The Network also issues a monthly employability e-bulletin which
is distributed to a large network of subscribers from public,
private and third sector backgrounds. At Autumn 2013 the e-bulletin
had over 2000 subscribers, with registrations growing each
If you would like more information, or support as outlined
above then please contact us.