No-One Left behind – Shared Measurement Framework Key Questions Paper
06 September 2021
The No One Left Behind Shared Measurement Framework Key Questions Paper is now available on the Employability in Scotland website.
The Shared Measurement Framework (the framework) aims to create a coherent approach to measurement across employability support, and is one of the key deliverables required in order to fully realise the principles of No One Left Behind. This paper sets out recommendations for which ‘key questions’ the framework should address. These key questions will be answered using data collected from all organisations delivering employability services through the No One Left Behind approach. These questions are the foundation for a consistent approach to measuring the success of employability programmes and services.
The Key Questions have been developed in partnership between Scottish Government, Local Government, Third Sector and Private Sector though a range of governance groups and engagement. Therefore, this paper reflects the collective view of those consulted of what we all need to know about employability services, at national, local and individual service levels, using data collected by employability services.
You can read a Word version of the Shared Measurement Framework Key Questions paper.
You can also read a html version of the Shared Measurement Framework Key Questions paper.