Development Scotland is the national skills body supporting the
people and businesses of Scotland.
Glasgow's iCafe is
Youth Employer of the Month for July.
Owner of iCafe,
Umer Ashraf Malik, has shown a firm commitment to investing in
youth and growing his business across Glasgow.
Read more on how
they have successfully trained Modern Apprentices and developed
Cabinet Secretary for Training, Youth and Women's Employment
Angela Constance met a number of apprentices working for Tennis
Read more about how the Legacy
2014 Employer Recruitment Incentive is supporting
We are working
with partners across Scotland's public, private and third sectors
to make sure the Commonwealth Games deliver a lasting
Read more about
the programmes benefiting individuals and employers.
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A Glasgow entrepreneur has been presented with an award for putting young people at the heart of his company.
Thousands of young Scots will be the first to receive new National qualifications as exam results arrive. The advice for pupils and their parents from Skills Development Scotland is not to panic and call the Exam Results Helpline free on 0808 100 8000.
A joint event by UWS and SDS which will cover higher education and job searching, aimed at S5 and S6 pupils in Dumfries Galloway.
A briefing event designed to increase knowledge of the recently launched ICT and Digital Skills Investment Plan and its implementation.