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Glasgow's tourism sector offering young people unique coaching opportunities

Glasgow's tourism sector is offering young people the chance to take part in unique coaching to help the next generation of leaders.

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28,000 apprentices to be trained in 2018/19, minister announces

At least 28,000 new apprentices will be trained next year, with increased support for rural areas. The target for 2018/19 was announced by Jamie Hepburn, Minister for Employability and Training in a Holyrood debate on the Scottish Government’s strategy on youth employment.

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DYW Glasgow team up with BBC to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities

In order to mark the 2017 International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December, the DYW Glasgow team was delighted to participate in our partner school Hollybrook Academy’s wheelchair basketball tournament.

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Defining an Apprenticeship Consultation Launched

The Scottish Apprenticeship Advisory Board’s Defining an Apprenticeship consultation has been launched in order to provide a clear and agreed definition of what an apprenticeship is in Scotland’s skills system.

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STEM Festival for secondary pupils a huge success

Glasgow City Council Education Services, in partnership with DYW Glasgow and Skills Development Scotland ran an employability event focused on STEM careers/pathways for secondary pupils on the 8th and 9th of November at Glasgow Science Centre.

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