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    Last week we welcomed the news from the Business, fair Work and skills Minister for Scotland, Jamie Hepburn that the Scottish Government is prioritising fairness in the heart of the government’s skills policy. With youth employment in Scotland higher than the UK average it is something we believe Scotland should be proud of, as the nation is proving that providing programmes that offer a sense of self  respect, agency and ownership benefits individuals and communities in the long run to deal

  The pressure of not being able to afford materialistic things at this time of year and in some cases all year round,  effects young people quite a bit  because there is this pressure put on them that they have to be trendy and have expensive items , when this life style isn’t  affordable it leads to self-esteem issues and bullying. Nowadays society is teaching our young people that having lots of branded/materialistic items that you are better than anyone who doesn’t

My name is Ahmed Mumin, I have been involved with Achieve More Scotland (A&M) for the past 4 years. In this time, I have progressed from being one of the young people taking part in their football activities on Friday nights, to a paid sessional coach. Initially I started volunteering with Achieve More  to gain confidence, meet new people and take part in training courses which would allow me to further develop my youth work skills. Through my volunteering role

Stephanie has been a great supporter of Achieve More Scotland, after attending many of our events including our International women’s day event last year, our annual ball which is held in Grand Central Hotel and our Football legends match and dinner which was held in Torrance Hotel. Stephanie and her Mum Jacqueline came up with the challenge to do a 5k every day in December …. the busiest month of the year when most people just want to celebrate, and

Here at Achieve More Scotland we are delighted that we can work with young people that use our services to enter long-term employment and gain the skills to achieve in life. In 2016 we received support from the STV Appeal to begin a 2 year journey of employability; since then we have been working with our young people to enter employment, further education and positive destinations across the city. The aim of our employability programme is to work with young people

Have you thought about working in administration? We have a new modern apprenticeship for young people between 16 and 19. A good opportunity to improve your CV, gain experience and a recognised qualification whilst developing yourself. Modern Apprentice- Administration Salary/Wage: £4.10-£4.16 per hour Closing date: 18th September Key Responsibilities and Skills Required: Employees will be trained in the full range of office duties, including reception, telephone skills, all Microsoft packages and other ICT systems in use within our schools. As a Modern Apprentice you will be

Do you want to learn how to make a perfect CV? A CV is a marketing document in which you are marketing something: yourself! You need to "sell" your skills, abilities, qualifications and experience to employers. Here are some tips you can follow to create your own Curriculum Vitae. Personal Information This will generally be at the top of the first page. The 4 most important pieces of information in this section should be. 1) Your full name 2) An up to date address (This is

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