The campaign will take place from 29 February to 4 March and celebrates the benefits Modern Apprenticeships bring to businesses, individuals and the economy.
Thanks to our supporters including businesses, training providers, apprentices and local authorities, this year's Scottish Apprenticeship Week was the biggest yet with more than 200 events across the country.
Following feedback from partners it's been decided to move the campaign from May to earlier in the year.
We hope our partners will continue to support the campaign and take this opportunity to mark the new dates in the diary.
Scottish Apprenticeship Week is the annual campaign to show that apprenticeships work for businesses, individuals and the economy
Skills Development Scotland has set up a group to better understand why some disabled learners can find achieving the core skills elements of Modern Apprenticeships challenging
An action plan aimed at helping Scotland’s food and drink employers attract a new generation of skilled professionals has been launched by the industry.
The Scottish Apprenticeship Advisory Board will play a key role in shaping a new fund designed to support workforce skills development
New changes to Modern Apprenticeships will provide more flexibility for employers, including those in the public sector, while also widening access for rural communities.
Disabled people and care experienced young people up to and including 29 will now receive the highest level of Modern Apprenticeship funding for their chosen framework
Skills Development Scotland and Equate Scotland are working together to pilot the ‘Modern Apprentices Mentoring Project’
Teachers from 17 schools in South Lanarkshire gained insight into supporting pupils to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths at a joint event between SDS and South Lanarkshire Council.
More than 12,500 Modern Apprenticeship starts have been created by employers since April this year as support for work based learning continues
The Scottish Government’s consultation on the UK Apprenticeship Levy shows that Scotland’s share of funding should be used to support work based learning
Young people and employers have been finding out about the benefits of apprenticeships and work based learning at events throughout the country.
Work based learning events from the Daily Record and Skills Development Scotland
Skills Development Scotland teams up with the Daily Record for work based learning events
Skills Development Scotland staff joined training providers from across Scotland at their annual conference.
Scottish apprenticeships have now been officially exported to Pakistan following a Skills Development Scotland visit to Lahore
Management offers opportunity to extend work around qualifications and frameworks on interim basis
A new survey has shown that Modern Apprenticeships are continuing to boost career prospects and skills across Scotland.
Pupils going into S5 have been reminded that there’s still time to apply for a Foundation Apprenticeship.
Since April there have been 3,634 new apprenticeship starts in Scotland as employers continue to support work-based learning