- Population: 135,800
- Size: 885 square kilometres
- Location: South West Scotland
Local Employability Website
To be updated….
Community Planning Partnership Aims
dDetails of these can be found within:
Management Information System
To be advised…
Employability Strategies / Action Plans /
Youth Employmnet Activity Plan
NOMIS Local Authority Labour Market Profiles
North Ayrshire Labour Market Profile profile brings
together data from several sources, and includes information
on employment/ unemployment, economic inactivity,
employment by occupation, qualifications, earnings by
residence, out-of-work benefits and jobs (total jobs/
Skills Development Scotland
Skills Development Scotland have prepared local labour
market information and intelligence for each of the unitary
authorities in Scotland that includes:
Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics (SNS)
SNS Standard Area Profile covers a range of small area
statistics including information on health, education, poverty,
unemployment, housing, population, crime and social / community
issues at the data zone level and above.
Community Health Partnership Profile
Here you can read case studies giving details of different
programmes and success stories in the area:
- North Ayrshire
ESF/ CPP Developed throughout the 2010 ESF Priority 5 process,
this Case Study looks at the North Ayrshire CPP structure and how
it may provide a template for third sector ESF
Here you can find documents and news
stories about initiatives that have taken place in
the local area.
North Ayrshire - Youth Employment Support - This is a
programme designed to provide opportunities for the unemployed
young people (16-24) of North Ayrshire and support business growth
for local employers.
North Ayrshire Employability Continuum Report - Dec
2010 - The North Ayrshire Employability Continuum
consists of a number of key projects which link together and
complement each other to help clients make an
effective journey from engagement to sustainable employment.
This review, commissioned by North Ayrshire Council and
undertaken by TERU, evaluates existing provision, and gives advice
on future delivery structure in light of changing labour market,
policy and funding context.
Employment Minister Launches New Strategy - June 2013 -
The Minister for Youth Employment visited Irvine to discuss
progress and success with youth employment activities in the area
and launch North Ayrshire Council's new Youth Employment
Will appear here.