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.
Friday, 03 April 2020
Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living Equality Academy
Are you a disabled graduate looking for a rewarding opportunity in NHSScotland? GCIL Equality Academy is seeking expressions of interest from disabled graduates from across Scotland for this exciting opportunity.
Wednesday, 11 March 2020
CMS Glasgow hosts career masterclass for female students in celebration of International Women’s Day
In celebration of International Women’s Day, law firm CMS is hosting a masterclass for young female students in collaboration with Developing the Young Workforce (DYW). The masterclass will bring together 12 inspirational speakers who will offer networking and career tips catered towards the specific needs of female students.
Monday, 09 March 2020
SQA apprentices awarded with special recognition at national awards for community project
A project that saw apprentices from the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) provide work experience for adults with learning disabilities has recognised for their efforts with a special recognition award at the Scottish Apprenticeship Week (SAW) Apprenticeship Challenge.
Friday, 14 February 2020
CYBER EXPERTS JOIN TEACHERS TO LAUNCH PILOT SCHOOL PROGRAMME
For the first time cyber industry specialists have worked together with teachers to create and deliver a new cyber security lesson.
Friday, 31 January 2020
Industry experts inform parents on the jobs of the future at Scotland’s Biggest Parents’ Evening
Digital, manufacturing, construction, childcare, health, science and financial services – just some of the industries parents across Scotland are being told will be in more demand for skills over the next ten years, with a 4% increase in employment in Glasgow (40,600 jobs).