employability in scotland puffs
'Employability' encompasses all the things that enable people to increase their chances of getting a job, staying in a job, and progressing further in work.
Working for Growth: A Refresh of the Employability Framework for Scotland was published in September 2012. In a context of economic recovery, the document reflects how approaches to employability have developed since 2006 and provides a clear framework to strengthen our combined focus on jobs and growth.
While employment services are reserved, training for employment is a shared responsibility between the UK and Scottish Governments.
The Employability Delivery Team is focused on developing and growing the delivery infrastructure and building capacity in employability across Scotland.
The Scottish Government supports stakeholders in the development of Employability Partnerships as well as the creation of a number of national stakeholder-led groups.
This section provides information about the key issues relevant to employability and effective employability approaches.
Detailed information, handy hints or tips on some of the key aspects of employability approaches.
Do you want to know more? Here you can use a section map with quick links to all our pages within Employability.
A useful list of some of our terms and abbreviations and what they mean.
Page updated: Thursday, November 22, 2012