Delivering Edinburgh's Strategic Skills Pipeline
The Joined Up for Jobs directory lists over 160 organisations
delivering employability and related services in Edinburgh. You can
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Past minutes, agendas, future dates, general information about the Joined Up for Jobs forum.
Listings of all the organisations and services offering
employability support in Edinburgh. You can download a printed
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Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal
The Challenge Fund is administered by Capital City Partnership for the City of Edinburgh Council. It is a small grants programme.
Grow with bespoke support for recruitment, training and business growth.
The Recruitment and Skills Centre at Fort Kinnaird supports businesses in the retail park and surrounding areas with recruitment, help with staff training needs and workforce development.
Details of the range of recruitment support and incentives available to employers.
Information on Jobs Strategy Group.
The JUFJ Youth Employment Strategy and the Partnership created to support initiatives helping young people in Edinburgh.
Caselink is the Management Information System used to support the delivery of employability support in Edinburgh and Midlothian.
Information for jobseekers
Local "Employability Hubs" called Route2 are based across the city. They are there to help you with whatever you need to move into work.
All In Edinburgh is a service helping people who have a disability or long term health condition find paid work.
Co-ordinating a partnership of key agencies to tackle inequality, support job growth, and help more people into employment
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From the week commencing 28 May, our Broughton foodbank centre will change it's opening hours...
Event looking at the emerging themes from the review and co-production of the Integrated Employability Service.
Job Opportunity as Delivery Manager for the All in Edinburgh Consortium
Paid internship opportunities available now with Museum Galleries Scotland. Details in post.
Action for Children are accepting Referrals for our Positive Choices Programme including ‘On Your Marks’
From age 15 (within 6 months of school leaving date) up to age 25
Is your business ready for GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)? With only a few months left to get your business up to speed before it becomes enforceable - now is the time to act!
New Childcare Academy with North Edinburgh Childcare. Start date: Monday 3 September.
The MAP Programme (motivation, aspirations & progression) is a series of workshops for people who are experiencing unemployment. The programme is designed to help improve your employability by enhancing your confidence, self-esteem, and communication skills. Dates: Wednesday 6, 13 and 20 June.
Alltogether Edinburgh still have places available for those wishing to gain experience in retail. If you are interested in working in a shop to gain retail skills, experience and a qualification please contact Debbie or Brian on 0131 553 7016 or visit the shop at 87 Leith Walk, Edinburgh.
Training for Care’s Employability Fund stage 3 programme is aimed at people aged 16 and over, who are interested in exploring employment options within the childcare or social care sectors. Recruiting now for course starting on Monday 25 June.
Free drama, art & music workshops for 12-19 year olds in Edinburgh City Centre & Leith.
The aim of this event is to bring together employability providers from all localities to network with key projects and services who support people with mental health conditions in a variety of ways. Make as many connections as you can to assist your own work within employability.
SERI targets support at unemployed young people aged 16-29 with the greatest barriers to employment to enable them to obtain and remain in sustainable employment (including Modern Apprentices).
One of the UK’s largest recruitment websites Universal Jobmatch is to be re-named ‘Find a Job’.
Information on the Access to Industry and Edinburgh College Art Group. The opportunity to join Access to Industry’s Community College is being extended to unemployed clients from referral agencies. The course is delivered by Edinburgh College at 156 Cowgate.
The Government will amend regulations so that all 18-21 year olds will be entitled to claim support for housing costs in Universal Credit.