- Population: 90,770
- Size: 2,817 square kilometres
- Location: Central Scotland
Community Planning Partnership Aims
Details of these can be found within the
Stirling Council website.
Stirling Community Planning Partnership Outline
Local Employability Website
Details of local services and support can be found on the
Management Information System
Stirling currently use Cognisoft - which enables access
to SDS to monitor young people who are in the MCMC bracket.
This system is currently being rolled out
Stilring alos use a locally developed system, which
supports the CPP Euro activity and is able to track and provide
performance data and also track expenditure programmes. It is
used by around 12 delivery partners.
Employability Strategies / Action Plans /
Stirling Opportunities for All - Guidance Document
Stirling Youth Employment Activity Plan (December 2017)
Related strategies / frameworks
To be updated…..
NOMIS Local Authority Labour Market Profiles
Stirling Labour Market 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/ employee 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:
- Local Authority LMI Profile including;
employment rates, claimant count unemployment, top 10 vacancies by
occupation and youth unemployment
- More Choices, More Changes report
including; 16-19 year olds not in employment, education
- School Leaver Desitination Return and Skills
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. The provide standard
reports and more in detail reports to your
Community Health Partnership Profile
Assurance and improvements plans 2012-15
and Improvement Plans set out an assessment of performance
risks for each council in Scotland. AIPs are valuable at
highlighting themes about which councils should be working to
provide themselves - as well as their LAN - with assurance that
risks to performance are being managed effectively. Plesae
Stirling Council Assurance and Improvement Plan for further
Here you can read case studies giving details of different
programmes and success stories in the area:
Here you can find documents and news
stories about initiatives that have taken place in
the local area.
Employability on the Agenda (Sept
The Stirling Local Employability Partnership (LEP) held its
first ever annual conference at Forth Valley College's Stirling
Campus on Monday 8 September.
More than 90 delegates attended the event - including Councillor
Johanna Boyd the Leader of Stirling Council and Dr Ken Thomson
Principal of Forth Valley College and Chairman of the Stirling LEP.
The conference provided partners with the opportunity to share best
practice and knowledge and promote how they are helping local
people access jobs and training.
Stirling Employability Partnership: A Common Approach to Assessment
Following the successful launch of Stirling Local Employability
Partnership in September 2012 local partners identified an
assessment tool to be used as the collective mechanism for core
skills screening all learners and therefore provide a consistent,
shared and transferrable profile for all learners. With Partnership
Funding support from Scottish Government, this product was
purchased to allow all partners to track learners providing
opportunities, resulting in fast decision making and appropriate
placement of learners within the skills pipeline and to the most
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