Skills Development Scotland

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Rearo, an independent family business headquartered in Govan, has celebrated its 30th anniversary with a £500,000 investment. The £500,000 investment will help the company transform production processes and working practices, develop new products, and embed a commitment to customer servi

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GRAHAM has welcomed the “next generation of talent” from its Graduate Apprenticeship Programme, which gives company employees the opportunity to gain higher education via the workplace.

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Jobs emerging in sectors crucial to Scotland’s transition to a net-zero economy, such as renewable energy, construction and transport, are to be listed on a dedicated Scottish Government website. The new Green Jobs Workforce Academy, delivered by Skills Development Scotland, will help people t

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Apprentices, employers and the wider construction industry are set to benefit from a new partnership between CITB and Skills Development Scotland (SDS). The partnership comes as new figures demonstrate the success of the Apprentice Employment Grant (AEG), which has helped to recruit almost 500 appre

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Proposals in a new report to develop an apprenticeship scheme for urban planners have been welcomed by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) in Scotland.

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hub South West has held its final highly successful online event of 2020. Nearly 60 Zoom-based participants from companies in construction and related sectors based in Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway, heard a presentation from Skills Development Scotland’s Drew Reid on skills g

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Economy secretary Fiona Hyslop has announced a £10 million package of measures to recruit and retain apprentices, including additional funding for the Scottish Government’s Adopt an Apprentice programme.

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Meeting the current and future skills needs of employers was the focus of the first Skills Investment Plan for Scotland’s Construction Sector, published four years ago. In the latest in a series of articles highlighting work resulting from the Skills Investment Plan, Ian Hughes, director of CI

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Meeting the current and future skills needs of employers was the focus of the first Skills Investment Plan for Scotland’s Construction Sector, published four years ago. In the second of a series of articles highlighting work resulting from the Skills Investment Plan, Elaine Ellis, skills plann

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