Nomis Local Authority Labour Market Profiles The Glasgow labour market profile contains data from different sources and contains information on employment/unemployment, economic inactivity, employment by occupation, qualifications, income by place of residence, unemployment benefits and employment (total/salary employment). Young people who are affected by homelessness are the hardest to reach. This case study examines how Argyll and Bute Council has developed a partnership between activities and a local volunteer agency to overcome barriers to participation. The Scottish Government has funded five pilot projects to test support models that would address the problems and barriers that prevent young people from progressing after an activity agreement. This report illustrates the results of the pilot projects and identifies any learning that may influence future service delivery. Learn how North Ayrshire Council implements business agreements by creating a competency pipeline that combines individual needs and opportunities at the local level. You can find more information about working for us on our Working for us website This case study shows how Renfrewshire Council combines strategic planning and innovative approaches to create more opportunities for young people to find jobs. This case study shows how an activity agreement helped Gemma find a love for writing and publish her first book. Glasgow`s public services are provided by a large number of agencies and organisations. Many of these public institutions cooperate as a community planning partnership. Glasgows Community Planning Partnership consists of Glasgow City Council, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue, Glasgow Housing Association and glasgow Chamber of Commerce. A driver`s license is desirable, as this position involves travel throughout the city.
This report from YMCA Scotland highlights the positive results of the PlusOne tutoring program. Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics (SNS) SNS Standard Area Profile covers a range of statistics on small areas, including information on health, education, poverty, unemployment, housing, population, crime and social/local issues at the data area level and above. Opportunities for All brings together a range of existing national and local policies and strategies as a single axis to improve youth participation in learning or training after age 16. Find out how the Citadel Youth Centre in Edinburgh benefits from the benefits of voluntary activities to help young people develop their skills, confidence and experience to achieve a positive goal.