Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Supporting people to Get Connected

Young people from ethnic minority communities in Glasgow are being helped to find apprenticeships and training opportunities as part of a new campaign.

Community groups and charities are being shown how to get the most from careers websites run by national training body Skills Development Scotland (SDS).

The project is run in partnership with BEMIS Scotland, the national umbrella organisation for the Ethnic Minorities third sector.

The training workshops follow 'Get Connected' in Glasgow which attracted more 50 training providers, ethnic minority groups and organisations that support disabled people.

Head of National Training Programmes development with SDS, Karen Murray, said: "Our aim is to get under-represented groups more involved in training opportunities and the Modern Apprenticeship programme."

Careers website My World of Work provides information about Modern Apprenticeships, training programmes, the types of jobs available across Scotland, support for building CVs and applying for work.

Read the full press release on Skills Development Scotland's website, click here
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