Find out about key forums and working groups below
Scottish Government are committed to a partnership approach in the design, delivery, implementation and improvement of employability services for the benefit of people who need them in Scotland. Only through engaging with national and local partners can Scottish Government work beyond organisational boundaries, maximise collaboration and establish strong working relationships which will create the environment to share best practice, provide constructive challenge, explore opportunities to innovate and maximise further collaboration.
No One Left Behind Workstreams
Find out about the six No One Left Behind Workstreams - Service Design, Governance and Risk, Shared Measurement Framework, Policy and Finance, Alignment and Integration and Communications
Ministerial PACE Partnerships
Find out more about how the Ministerial PACE Partnership supports the Scottish Government's response to redundancy situations.
Employability Operational Group
The Employability Operational Group brings together stakeholders from the public, third and private sectors to examine existing funded programmes and consider how to adapt these to provide people and organisations with the support they need in the short and medium term helping to support No One Left Behind ambitions.
Employability - Senior Leaders Group
The Senior Leaders Group works closely with partners in Local Government, the third and private sectors, Skills Development Scotland, Department for Work and Pensions and others to build on the strengths of existing national and local services, to better align funding and to improve the integration of employability services.