Within this section you'll find information on the
partnership infrastructure for employability in Scotland along
with details of the various groups and links to their meeting
This section also includes information on employability policy,
which underpins the delivery work across the country.
This section gives details on Scotland's Devolved Employment
Support Service, Fair Start Scotland
An overview of the strategic and operational partnerships in
The SEF provides a Forum where all parts of
Government can come together with key stakeholders, in order to
address unemployment within the context of economic recovery.
The National Delivery Group has been established in
response to requests from local employability practitioners and
managers, seeking to come together to share information.
The Third Sector Employability Forum works to develop the
capacity of the sector in relation to policy development and the
delivery of employability services.
The WRHEF (previously known as HEDG) was established in
December 2009 and is attended by NHS health managers from across
Scotland whose remit includes employability activities.
This section provides information on all 32 Local Employability
Partnerships and contact details for each partnerships lead
In this section you can find summaries of Scottish and UK policy
on employment and employability.
The Scottish Government's long term aim is to equip all
young people with the skills for learning, life and work, and to
participate and progress, to employment.
Structural Funds are the significant source of European Union
funding for economic development in Scotland.
This section gives details on the impact of the Welfare Reform
bill in Scotland.
This section explains the role of the Third Sector in providing
services in Scotland.