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.
Hotel worker Laura Burdin is urging employers, training providers and apprentices to get their entries in for this year’s Scottish Apprenticeship Awards.
Work-based learning could lead to a sharp uptake in economic growth for Scotland, an audience of business and training leaders has heard.
We’re looking for excellent Apprentices who deserve recognition for their hard work. And we want to showcase employers committed to the Apprenticeship programme.
A drive to help more employers benefit from work-based learning is underway.
The Scottish Government has launched their consultation on how the new Apprenticeship Levy should be used in Scotland.
Employers are to be asked for their views on how the new levy can be used to boost skills and productivity in Scotland.
Fergus Ewing, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity, launched the new apprenticeship which has been designed to benefit Scotland’s rural economy.
Partners and stakeholders learned more about equality and diversity initiatives and shared best practice thanks to an SDS event.
Businesses in Scotland employed a record number of Modern Apprentices last year as more than 25,500 young people got the chance to work, learn and earn.
A new drive to get more Modern Apprentices in the housing sector has been launched.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) has launched the search for the country’s best apprentices and their employers.
Apprentice and employer achievements were recognised at the first Scottish Textile Industry Showcase and Modern Apprenticeship (MA) Awards event.
Female secondary school pupils are being encouraged to build careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) sectors thanks to a Skills Development Scotland (SDS) project.
Apprenticeships are the perfect mix - STV apprentice Daisy Smith
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) has granted £60,000 to a range of projects aimed at supporting employers to recruit more Modern Apprentices from diverse backgrounds.
Hundreds of school pupils heard about the opportunities for young women in the automotive industry as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week.
The Construction Industry Training Board invited pupils to come along to their taster event as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week.
The Ayrshire College chair tries his hand at riveting as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week.
Session showcases the benefits apprentices bring to business as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week.
A project aimed at helping young people with dyslexia showcases its success stories.
Laura Burdin returned to her former school to help inspire pupils to be apprentices of the future.
GTG Training hosts an open event on day two of Scottish Apprenticeship Week to encourage more young people into the automotive industry.