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The Scottish Government wants to improve life chances for young people, support economic growth and increase the number of jobs.
Helping children to develop and grow, and in supporting their families in moving into or sustaining employment, training or education.
Children and young people's educational experience should open the doors to opportunities which enable children to become successful.
This section provides information on what the Scottish Government is doing to help young people's skills and employment opportunities.
Aimed at improving life chances for young people, support economic growth and increase the number of jobs.
Scotland's colleges and universities offer a diverse range of vocational and academic courses and are renowned for their world class research.
The Skills for Scotland strategy sets out a new, flexible, responsive partnership approach to meeting Scotland's skills needs at a crucial point in our economic recovery.
Enabling people to increase their chances of getting a job, staying in a job, and progressing further in work.
The pilot aims to help and encourage Scottish students who wish to study in the EU.
Commissioned in 2010 to look at learning provision for children and young people with complex additional support needs.
Developing the Young Workforce
CLD supports primarily disadvantaged or vulnerable groups and individuals of all ages to engage in learning, with a focus on bringing about change in their lives and communities. The term covers a wide range of activity including youth work.
The Scottish Government has launched a review of the organising system of early years and school education. We want to hear views from across all parts of Scotland - read more and get involved here. The review will run until 6th January 2017.
Page updated: Thursday, September 08, 2016