Developing Glasgow's young workforce
Developing the Young Workforce Glasgow engages employers with a range of partner led youth employment and development initiatives to help develop skilled, talented and work ready young people to grow our city.
As a Glasgow employer, you can help build an industry ready workforce and expand the skillset within your team. DYW Glasgow will help you find the right opportunity to develop the workforce of tomorrow, future proof your business today and grow a legacy for the future.
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Over 100 Glasgow pupils gain insight into careers in finance and technology
Young people from 10 schools across Glasgow spent a morning with JP Morgan, Lloyds Banking Group and Esure to find out more about financial and technological industries and the routes into these particular sectors.
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Tennent's Training Academy receives gold award for helping youth employment in Glasgow
The Tennent’s Training Academy (TTA) has been awarded the prestigious Investors in Young People Gold accreditation for its work with youth employment in the hospitality industry.
Thursday, 02 February 2017
Apprentice star backs student jobs ‘Tinder’ app
Apprentice star Raj Dhonota has given a funding boost to two entrepreneurial students. Lewis Pour, of Glasgow Caledonian University, and Zane Powell, of Dundee University, have created a Tinder-style job-search app to help match students with graduate work.
Wednesday, 01 February 2017
Glasgow employers urged to hire apprentices ahead of national campaign launch in March
More employers hiring apprentices is vital to the Glasgow economy according to the business-led group set up to develop the young workforce in the region.
Tuesday, 31 January 2017
Celebration of 15 years of SCQF at Parliamentary Reception
2016/17 marks 15 years of the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) supporting lifelong learning. Since its inception in late 2001, the SCQF has been helping people of all ages plan their learning journey.