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.
The Employability Operational Group (previously known as 'Employability - COVID-19 Response - Operational Group') was created with representatives from key employability partners Scottish Government, Skills Development Scotland, Department for Work and Pensions, Local Government and the Third Sector.
The Operational Group works collaboratively to develop a shared understanding of the impact of the health crisis on the Scottish Labour Market and the Employability System at an individual, employer and sectoral level.
The Operational Group has a focus on examining existing funded programmes and how to flex these to provide people and organisations with the support they need in the short and medium term.
The group met for the first time on Wednesday 1st April 2020, meeting minutes and terms of reference can be found in the resources for partners section.
The Operational Group has contributed to the creation of a set of logic models, which set out our theory of change for employability as we respond to Covid-19 and move towards implementing No One Left Behind. They set out what our outcomes are in the short and medium term, and align this to the longer term outcomes of achieving the principles of No One Let Behind. A copy of the logic models can be found in the resources for partners section.
Meeting Notes and Publications
Further information on the group is available in the Resources for Partner section.