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Find out about support available to those currently in employment or seeking employment in Fife, as well as support available to employers in the area.

Key Stats




East Coast


1326 km²

Local Services

Key contacts

Gordon Mole - Head of Business and Employability-

Adam Dunkerley - Opportunities Fife Partnership Manager-

Mike Crosbie - No One Left Behind Co-ordinator- 

Angela Hamilton - Supported Employment Service, ESIF and NOLB programmes -

Grant Leaburn - Fife Job Contract Employer Recruitment Incentives, Sector Academies -

Maciej Dokurno - Modern and Foundation Apprenticeships, Employability Fund -

Karen Lees - Education Lead for Employability - 

Alastair Mutch - Communities & Neighbourhood Services lead for Employability - 

Pegs Bailey - Employability Development Manager for Third Sector -

The Young Person's Guarantee is a commitment to Scotland's young people

Every young person aged between 16 and 24 in Scotland will have the opportunity, based on their own personal circumstances and ambitions, of going to university or college, an apprenticeship programme, training, fair employment including work experience, or participating in a formal volunteering programme.

The Guarantee will ensure that young people have access to and understanding of the opportunities that can best support them, delivered by a network of support in schools, colleges, universities, employability programmes, third sector support, apprenticeships or training programmes.

For more information on how local authorities and partners are supporting the Young Person's Guarantee in your area please click here.

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