If you are a young person seeking for an apprenticeship, we might have a job for you. Since January, our Employability Officer has been working hard to establish different job opportunities for our young people. #DreamBig is a programme to find your own path on the professional world, this may not be the kind of jobs you were looking for but If you want to be part of the project and let us help you to find your opportunity, do
As part of our employability programme at A&M Scotland we are running a residential from the 11th to the 13th of August for those currently engaged in our activities that are looking to enter the world of work. We will host a fun weekend at the Lockerbie Manor, a big house located in the south of Scotland to help you to find your own path on employment. During our time together at Lockerbie Manor all participants will undertake fun group activities
Last week we started a series of blog posts where we will talk about our Employability Programme Dream Big! We wanted to start giving some answers to the most common questions we have received and showing the path you would follow If you decide to join in. To know more about this Programme, you can contact us at [email protected] DREAM BIG! Q&A What is Employability? Employability is developing skills that will help you access and achieve Employment, Education and Training. What
Our goal for each participant is that you become the best you can be, that’s why Dream Big is our motto. At A&M Scotland we are passionate about people and passionate about employability. Through the employability programme we will encourage and journey with you as we support you to follow your dreams. We want you to grow your skills, develop yourself professionally and flourish within employment, education or training of your choice. I want you to ask yourself 3 questions.
As part of the developing partnership with Nike, A&M Scotland were visited in October 2015 by their Global Football Management team and the Young Athletes team from their HQ in Portland, Oregon USA to find out more about the work that we do and how it impacts on physical activity levels in this country. We are working closely with Nike’s Community Teams to develop the services we offer and the opportunities available to young people in the areas where we
Thanks to our partnership with sports giants Nike, 16 young people involved in our football programme we invited to participate in the week long Manchester United Summer Soccer Schools which took place at Denstone College and Rugby School in July. As part of the programme, a soccer skills challenge took place and one of our participants – Jack Morran from Blackhill won the challenge. Jack and his mum were subsequently invited to spend 4 days in November as guests of