Trainee Accountant

DA Accountancy practice offers accountancy and tax services and they are currently looking for a junior to assist with accounting duties, with the role comprising: Data entry on Microsoft Excel and general book-keeping Scanning, filing and photocopying Answering phone calls and taking instructions from client on accounting matters Bank reconciliation work Payroll duties and giving training to the candidate operate software to compute salaries and associated tax and National Insurance deductions for clients Basic preparation of accounts Based in Spiersbridge Business Park Should you be interested in an accountancy career, please contact Dinesh Hallan –

Medicine and Reapplication to Medicine Conference

A reminder of two FREE upcoming opportunities for aspiring medical students in your school. The Get into Medicine conference and the Reapplication to Medicine conference provide a full guide to applying or reapplying to medicine and are essential to understanding how UCAS works. There are a limited number of free conferences left this academic so it’s important that your students register as soon as they can. Get into Medicine Conference (Free, Virtual): Date: Sunday 25th June & Sunday 9th July (9:30am – 3:30pm) Registration Link: Dr Ehsan and Dr Mike will give your students in years 10-12/S3-S5/NI11-13 with expert insights into the UCAS application process for medicine. From personal statements to UCAT, interview skills, scholarships, and more, this conference will equip them with the tools to make their medical applications stand out. Reapplication to Medicine Conference (Free, Virtual): Date: Sunday 18th June (9:30am – 3:30pm) Registration Link: For students in years 13/S6/NI14, the Reapplication to Medicine conference, hosted by Dr Ehsan, is designed to support those reapplying to medical school. This conference covers topics such as accessing university feedback, Republic of Ireland Applications and HPAT, UCAS Extra and UCAS Clearing, studying medicine in Europe, and taking a gap year. These conferences are fantastic opportunities for your students to gain clarity, refine their applications, and boost their chances of success.

Manufacturing Engineer – Graduate Apprenticeship

There is an excellent opportunity to join the Scottish Leather Group as a Manufacturing Engineer.  The closing date for this opportunity is 22nd June. The Manufacturing Engineer is challenged with delivering a vision of operational excellence that is compelling and accessible to all – challenging the status quo whilst building effective working relationships to meet your objectives. The role is responsible for supporting the Operations team with improvement activities. This involves gathering and analysing data to identify the most strategic opportunities for improvement then, in some cases, devising and implementing an appropriate strategy to address these issues. Key Accountabilities • You will be passionate about living the Company values, whilst promoting health & safety and wellbeing. • Inspire, motivate, and coach the operations team to help them develop new skills and support succession planning. • Carry out time studies and value stream mapping to assess the content and structure of roles and process stages within the business. • Utilise data to suggest engineer improvements that will benefit productivity, cost, and Company performance. • Create process drill down and gap analysis to identify improvement activities to minimise waste within processes. • Perform validation and verification exercises to evaluate the current actual timing and resourcing levels of the process stages. • Be aware of ongoing activities within the department and any issues to support the delivery of products to our customers. • Actively contribute to the continuous improvement activity pipeline, both by seeking out new projects and by addressing projects already registered. • Support Production Manager in achieving goals and objectives. • Gather and analyse data to provide meaningful and influential information in an accessible and easily understood format. • Work in partnership with Operators and Supervisors to identify issues and inspire teams to adopt new and innovative ways of working. You will gain a BEng (Hons) in Design & Manufacture. Furthermore, you will be working alongside some of the world-leading specialists, whilst working within world class facilities. During your apprenticeship, you will gain great insight and learn the manufacturing processes by spending meaningful time in all of our operation departments. So, you may come to fully understand how we produce some of the best leather in the world. In summary, you will increase your technical skills and capability, whilst developing your academic and practical understanding of the engineering lifecycle. Four SQA Highers (minimum B Grade) including Maths. Furthermore, you must have a passion for continuous improvement and possess the ambition to progress within a manufacturing environment. To Apply:—graduate-apprenticeship

Get into Medicine conference

A reminder of two FREE upcoming opportunities for aspiring medical students in your school. The Get into Medicine conference and the Reapplication to Medicine conference provide a full guide to applying or reapplying to medicine and are essential to understanding how UCAS works. There are a limited number of free conferences left this academic so it’s important that your students register as soon as they can. Get into Medicine Conference (Free, Virtual): Date: Sunday 25th June & Sunday 9th July (9:30am – 3:30pm) Registration Link: Dr Ehsan and Dr Mike will give your students in years 10-12/S3-S5/NI11-13 with expert insights into the UCAS application process for medicine. From personal statements to UCAT, interview skills, scholarships, and more, this conference will equip them with the tools to make their medical applications stand out. Reapplication to Medicine Conference (Free, Virtual): Date: Sunday 18th June (9:30am – 3:30pm) Registration Link: For students in years 13/S6/NI14, the Reapplication to Medicine conference, hosted by Dr Ehsan, is designed to support those reapplying to medical school. This conference covers topics such as accessing university feedback, Republic of Ireland Applications and HPAT, UCAS Extra and UCAS Clearing, studying medicine in Europe, and taking a gap year. These conferences are fantastic opportunities for your students to gain clarity, refine their applications, and boost their chances of success.

Medical, Dental, and Vet Work Experience

FREE VIRTUAL work experience sessions for aspiring doctors, dentists, and vets. A record of work experience is crucial for acceptance into clinical courses, and these sessions are here to reduce barriers to access. A new work experience session is released every month, and students receive a work experience certificate once they complete the course to add to their UCAS applications. To access these sessions, students just need to create a free student portal if they have not done so already. MEDICAL WORK EXPERIENCE – Geriatric Care Free registration link: Aspiring doctors will learn about the unique qualities and skills required to look after frail, older people who can present with atypical symptoms, such as confusion, and often have multiple comorbidities. Students will join a medical team assessing a patient with new onset limb weakness and speech disturbance and observe the essential role of the multidisciplinary team in managing these complex health issues. They will also hear from geriatric care experts to understand how we can improve healthcare when people near the end of their lives. DENTAL WORK EXPERIENCE – New Patients Free registration link: Aspiring dentists will be introduced to the team at Dental Mentor Smiles and observe a range of both child and adult patient consultations. This includes a possible oral cancer diagnosis, aesthetic solutions and child safeguarding concerns. There will be debriefing sessions for each of the cases. VET WORK EXPERIENCE – Surgery Free registration link: Aspiring vets are welcomed into the world of small animal surgery! Chief Vet mentors will demonstrate how vets prepare owners for their pet’s surgery and administer anaesthesia and routine surgery. Thank you for highlighting these valuable free opportunities to your students. They have the entire month to complete the session, so I strongly encourage them to take a little bit of time each day before the next free session is released in July. Consider this welcome break from revision that continues to contribute to a winning medical, dental, or veterinary application! Kindest Regards, Nikki Abbott Head of Medic Mentor Education Your Medic Family Enquiry Form: Website: Medic Mentor Helpline: 01530 417299 (Open 10am – 5pm Monday – Friday)

Trainee Quantity Surveyor

A fantastic opportunity to join Story Scotland as a Trainee Quantity Surveyor. Full Details and to apply for this role can be found here: This Graduate Apprenticeship role will be linked with GCU and full details relating to the day release can be found here:   Story Contracting has extensive experience in civil engineering, rail and construction.  We pride ourselves on offering our clients practical and innovative solutions that challenge the status quo.  We are award winning and have built a strong reputation for delivering a range of projects within the railway and civil engineering sector. Due to the growth of our Story Scotland division, based from our office in Blantyre, we now have a vacancy for a Trainee Quantity Surveyor. As part of a team of Quantity Surveyors and reporting to the Lead Quantity Surveyor you will assist the commercial team in the effective commercial control of development sites. Learn how development viabilities are prepared and work with the commercial team to understand the principles of development level risk and opportunity, learn how to support the commercial team to prepare project level budgets and much more. As a Trainee Quantity Surveyor, you will have the ability and willingness to work towards becoming a Qualified Quantity Surveyor at degree level, computer literate in MS Office suite, excellent attention to detail and good communication and interpersonal skills. With the ability to work towards being able to complete the reporting requirements accurately and unaided, understand simple sub-contracts, identify the key risks for each project and actions to reduce risk, create commercial report including gains and losses for each scheme including the differentiation between budget gains/losses and performance gains/losses. If you can prioritise workloads in an evolving work environment, and are looking for an opportunity to work within an enthusiastic and committed team, then we would like to hear from you. In return for your self-motivation and commitment to continuous improvements and profitability, you will receive a competitive salary, matched company pension contribution of up to 5% rising to 7% after 5 years’ service, enhanced maternity and paternity provision, cycle to work, help towards healthcare costs and national retail discounts

Dundee University – Medicine/Dentistry Open Day

Dundee University are excited to announce that they have two subject Open Days happening this month. Join them in person at the University of Dundee to talk to academics, tour our facilities, and see life through the eyes of our students.   Dentistry Open Day – 14 June 2023: A morning of exploration showcasing our 4D curriculum and Dental Degrees. Take a tour around the Dental Hospital and hear from current students about Life as a Dental Student. The day will finish with tours around our city campus. Register here:   Medicine Open Day – 21 June 2023: Join us to talk about applying to and studying at Dundee. Take a tour around The Naren Patel Medical Education Centre and Clinical Skill areas. Hear from students about the course and facilities in Ninewells Hospital. Register here:

Speakers for Schools – Career Insight for Parents/Carers

We know how hard it is to help your child weigh up future career options when the job market has changed so massively, and there are so many different pathways into employment you might not be aware of. Speakers for Schools are a youth charity that offers FULLY FUNDED work experience opportunities with big-name national employers like Boots, PwC and Willmott Dixon, offering thousands of placements across the whole of the UK. We offer both virtual and in person placements, so where you live will not be a barrier. We want to make sure that every young person from a state school or college can face their future with confidence. During our session, we will clearly signpost how your child can access eye-opening work experience. All placements are offered at no cost to either the young person or their school/college. SfS Virutal Open Evening June 7 (1)

Altrad Babcock – Apprenticeships

Altrad Babcock have apprenticeship opportunities with their Asset Management team, starting at the end of August 2023 – scan the code to apply. I am happy to assist with any application forms – please drop me a message or find me in the pastoral base if you would like support with this

ScotRail Modern Apprenticeship

ScotRail have advertised 3x Modern Apprenticeships within their IT Department that will commence in August 2023. The closing date for the role will be 17th June 2023.   Modern Apprenticeship – IT Service Desk 1st Line Support – ScotRail: MODERN APPRENTICESHIP – IT SERVICE DESK 1ST LINE SUPPORT   Modern Apprenticeship – Digital Mobile Support Assistant – ScotRail: MODERN APPRENTICESHIP – DIGITAL MOBILE SUPPORT ASSISTANT   Modern Apprenticeship – IT Administration – ScotRail: MODERN APPRENTICESHIP – IT ADMINISTRATION   They are also having an online information session on the Monday 5th June at 7pm for young people and their parents/carers/guardians/teachers/careers advisors and supporters – Please follow the link to sign up –

Hymans Robertson – Junior Data Steward

The Vacancy Are you looking for the opportunity to take your first steps in your career, in a role where you can grow your skills and knowledge of working with data? If so, our Junior Data Steward position could be the perfect opportunity for you! The role: We are currently recruiting for a Junior Data Steward, to be based within our Scottish Offices (Glasgow or Edinburgh). As a business, data is an important part of everything we do. Our Commercial group look after this data, making sure that it’s recorded accurately and consistently across our different systems and ensuring that we follow best practice and governance requirements. This role will offer you an amazing opportunity to learn more about how this is done. Working as a valued member of our Commercial Group, you’ll receive guidance and training from a Senior Data Steward to learn how: We use Dynamics 365 and our associated tools to manage our data To perform data entry– ensuring this is accurate, complete and consistent. To assist in developing and implementing data governance policies and procedures to ensure data quality and consistency across our systems. To create and maintain data documentation. To identify and report data quality issues, participating in data audits to ensure compliance with data governance policies and procedures. Is this you? This would be a great opportunity for a school or college leaver who is looking to kick-start their career and is eager to learn more about data management and governance. You’ll develop most of the necessary skills during your role, however we are keen to speak to individuals who are: Self-motivated, with the ability to use their initiative to get tasks done Able to work quickly and accurately, with great attention to detail Strong communicators, who enjoy working as part of a team Have some experience of working with Microsoft 365 software, in particular the use of MS Excel (or similar programmes) ​ In addition to a competitive salary we offer: A flexible selection of employee benefits, so you can choose a package that best matches your lifestyle and needs A collaborative and supportive work environment where your thinking and ideas are encouraged On site mental health and wellbeing support A commitment to helping you develop both personally and professionally, with mentoring opportunities and access to our award-winning learning portal, Aspire Regular social activities, in addition to three days paid volunteering leave each year and an additional day’s leave to celebrate your birthday. We are continually working to improve our inclusive culture and employ diverse talent. We therefore welcome applications from all persons. About Us Together, we’ve been building better futures for over 100 years. For our people, our clients…

BAE Systems Virtual Work Experience Programme

The BAE Systems Virtual Work Experience Programme is NOW OPEN. In support of International Women in Engineering Day, BAE Systems will be providing budding female Engineers with the opportunity to take part in a week long Virtual Work Experience Programme, with aspirations to engage and inspire the next generation of BAE Systems employees. Taking place from Monday 19 to Friday 23 June, participants will see a range of sectors and functions from across the business come together to offer insight and experience to young people aged 14 to 18 years old. This programme, offers participants access to a variety of live sessions with female engineers, an engineering based student project and a series of employability modules. All of those who complete the programme will be awarded a Silver Industrial Cadet certificate from the Engineering Development Trust. Interested applicants can sign up no later than 5 June at:  

University of Dundee – Discover Business / Life Science Day

On Tuesday 6 June, our Discover Business day will be hosted here at the University of Dundee, and will be led by our fantastic academic staff, who will be running a range of taster sessions exploring different disciplines in Business, and through these interactive activities pupils will develop new skills, gain new knowledge, and have the chance to meet like-minded pupils. Attendees will also have the opportunity in the afternoon to take part in a bespoke enterprise challenge delivered by our incredible experts from our Centre for Entrepreneurship, learn about future careers and hear from recent graduates and our student ambassadors about their experiences studying Business at university. On Wednesday 14 June, our Discover Life Sciences day will again be hosted on campus, and will be led by academic staff, who will run a range of interactive taster sessions exploring the Biomedical and Biological Sciences, giving pupils attending the opportunity to get hands-on in our teaching labs. Pupils will also have the chance to see our incredible research facilities, learn about future careers and chat to our friendly student ambassadors about studying Life Sciences at university level. These events are open to any pupil in Scotland moving into S5 and S6 in June 2023, and we especially encourage sign ups from those from widening access backgrounds. Reaching out to pupils who are moving into S5 and S6 in June and encourage any who are keen to come along to sign up via the links below – spaces are limited for both events, so please do ask those interested to reserve their place sooner than later!

Police Officer Recruitment

Police Officer Recruitment  In Police Scotland no two days are the same, no two careers are the same and no two officers are the same. The police officer job is unique. It will challenge you mentally and physically every day. It can be tough, but also incredibly rewarding. Your job will be to protect the vulnerable, support victims of crime and build trust with the people and communities you serve. We will train you with the skills you need to rise to the challenge, and provide support through our police family. You will become part of a 200 year long history of policing in Scotland. You will join a team of 23,000 officers and staff dedicated to keeping people safe. We are looking to recruit people who live and work by our values of integrity, fairness and respect and have a commitment to public service. In this role, you will build lasting relationships with colleagues and the people who live and work in the area you are based in. In order to apply to become a police officer, you must meet essential criteria. You will then take part in our selection process. This includes a fitness assessment and a medical, which takes place at the end of the process. Find out more about our selection process.

Get into Veterinary Conference

Aspiring vets in years S3-S5are warmly invited to Dr James’s and Dr Shannon’s FREE VIRTUAL Get into Veterinary conference on: Saturday 20th May 9:30am – 3pm. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone considering Vet School to get a real insight into the application process and what it’s actually like to be a vet! Students can register for the conference here: This may be the LAST Get into Veterinary Medicine conference of this academic year, so I recommend that any students considering veterinary medicine secure their place as soon as possible. Any students that have attended before are encouraged to attend again for a recap. Dr James and Dr Shannon will cover: – Application Timelines – How to Tactically Choose Veterinary Schools – CV Building – Personal Statements – Interview Skills – Leadership and Awards Programmes – Accessing Work Experience – Accessing Scholarships to study Veterinary Medicine at university Free virtual Get into Veterinary Medicine link: Our vets are very excited to meet your students! Kindest regards, Gareth Anstice Chief Operating Officer Your Medic Family Enquiry Form: Website: Medic Mentor Helpline: 01530 417299 (Open 10am – 5pm Monday – Friday)

UCAT Registration and Conference

At 9:30am this morning (BST), UCAT open registrations and bursaries for new students! All aspiring medical and dental students must create an account before they can book a test. While students are free to create a UCAT account today, I recommend that they do not book a test before consulting with a Chief Mentor. Following lots of questions from teachers, students, and parents, I am delighted to announce that Medic Mentor is running a FREE, VIRTUAL UCAT Conference on: Saturday 3rd June (10:30am – 2pm). Students can register for free here: Registration will begin at 10:30am and the conference will run from 11am – 2pm. Revising from the wrong UCAT question bank can negatively impact a candidate’s score. At the conference, Dr Hannah Orme will show your students where and how to access the best UCAT revision resources, hand selected by doctors and UCAT experts. Dr Hannah will also provide a comprehensive guide to the UCAT exam, including: – Introduction to UCAT – Different sections of UCAT – Example questions and how to answer them – Common mistakes and pitfalls – Ways of improving/practising speed reading and decision making elements – When to book in your UCAT exams Now is the perfect time for students to understand UCAT and the best methods of preparation. These conferences will not be recorded so please make sure that your students attend these vital sessions. These conferences are aimed at reducing the anxiety around the UCAT, guiding students on the best way to practise and record their success prior to exam day. Dr Hannah will provide her insider expertise as to how to succeed without burning out. UCAT thresholds are higher than ever this year with some threshold increases of over 100 points, so now more than ever your students will need to focus on these increasingly important exams. Gap year applicants are also welcome to attend the conference for tips on how to improve their score. Students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian throughout the conference. One registration = a space for a student + their parent/guardian. There is no need to book twice. Your students will just need to fill out the short form below to register: If you have any further questions about UCAT, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Kindest Regards, Nikki Abbott Head of Medic Mentor Education Enquiry Form: Website: Medic Mentor Helpline: 01530 417299 (Open 10am – 5pm Monday – Friday)

Accountancy & Finance Graduate Apprenticeship

Gallagher is a global leader in insurance, risk management and consulting services. We help businesses grow, communities thrive and people prosper. We live a culture motivated by The Gallagher Way, our set of shared values and guiding tenets. We are offering an exciting new opportunity for ambitious school leavers with a passion to kick-start a career in Finance. Join our centralised Finance and Accountancy function and enrol in a five-year degree apprenticeship which will provide you with an Accountancy and Finance degree from Robert Gordon University, certification as a chartered accountant and five years of valuable experience working in a finance team for a global top-three (re)insurance broker. From your first day at Gallagher you’ll be part of our experienced finance team and have the full support of your team-members. You will develop in-depth accounting technical knowledge in an encouraging and structured environment whilst being involved in real-world work to gain experience that truly matters. You’ll also gain work within various Finance teams during the five years which will provide you with a full picture of how Finance operates at Gallagher. Some of your duties will consist of producing and reporting accurate financial results, preparation of Accounting and Finance entries for the division and providing support to the team to resolve issues as they arise. Every experience will contribute towards your understanding of Gallagher policies, governance and processes. You will also utilise the knowledge and skills you learn at University in tasks and projects within your day-to-day. What will I learn? Gallagher is an open society and you can develop your career by taking advantage of our professional network across various Finance and Business. There are abundant opportunities for development at Gallagher, and we can offer you the support you need to take steps in your career post-qualification. Alongside a working exposure to finance, you will study and complete a Accountancy and Finance degree at Robert Gordon University after which Gallagher will completely fund and offer study support for a Chartered Accountant professional qualification to maximise your career potential. What qualification or qualities are required? You’ll have a head start in this vacancy if you’ve completed a Foundation Apprenticeship in a related field. We’ll need you to provide evidence of your qualification and show you gained the relevant skills from your placement BBBB Highers (in one sitting and must include higher English and Math) You’ll need strong communication and collaboration skills, excellent problem-solving abilities and a drive to learn. You should also have a passion for a career within Finance. Apply for this apprenticeship Think this is the right apprenticeship for you?  Apply here: From 2021, Graduate Apprentices will now need to apply to…

CV and Covering Letter

For those of you who are working on your CV and applying for jobs – some helpful tips and advice: YOUR CV Getting your CV right is a key part of the job application. It’s your opportunity to sell yourself, so you need to make sure it’s doing the job for you. Here are some hints and tips on how to write your CV, what you should include and what you should avoid. KEEP IT CLEAR AND CONCISE The ideal CV length is two sides – recruiters are busy people, and often have a large number of CVs to sift through. Don’t give them an essay to read. Try using bullet points. They can help make your CV easier to read. Including a 1-2 sentence personal profile at the top gives a snapshot of your skills and makes a strong early impression. Be sure to include experience and achievements. TAILOR YOUR CV Adapting your CV to the job you’re applying for is crucial. If you don’t, you’re much less likely to get to the next stage. It shows you’ve read the job description and clearly understood how you would fit the role. Start spotting keywords. These will be sprinkled throughout the job advert. Use them in your CV. It can you help to get through the automatic filters some employers use, and it’s a shortcut to catching a recruiter’s eye. Tailor your employment history to focus on more relevant experience. Don’t be afraid to make a big deal of a small job if it’s more relevant to the role you’re going for. MAKING YOUR EMPLOYMENT HISTORY WORK FOR YOU List your experience in date order with the most recent first. Show the dates you were employed in each role, for example, ‘May 2018 to present’. Deciding on how much career history to include on your CV can be challenging. Try to balance the need to show your full range of experience with the need to be concise. Quality is better than quantity. Highlight the most relevant experiences and skills from your current and previous jobs and leave out anything less crucial to the role. Explain any employment gaps. Gaps in employment happen to everyone, but don’t just leave a space on your CV. Briefly explain that you were out of work and point to any transferable skills you might have gained at that time. NO WORK EXPERIENCE? FOCUS ON WHAT YOU DO HAVE It can be hard to know how to write a CV with little or no work experience, but no one has no experience. There are many skills that you’ll have developed outside the workplace, for example, through volunteering, hobbies, caring or community…

University of Glasgow – Open Day

University of Glasgow are holding an Undergraduate Open Day on Thursday 15th June. 9am – 4pm. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about your options and explore the University Campus. Book your place:

Hymans Robertson – Graduate Apprenticeship

Hymans Robertson have two fantastic early career opportunities to join the Insight & Analytics Team. Opportunity 1 – Graduate Analyst Programme: A fab opportunity for those who enjoy learning about mathematical modelling techniques and are interested in building their experience in R to take the next steps in their analytical careers! 👩‍🎓 Opportunity 2 – Software Engineering Graduate Apprenticeship: Delivered in partnership with the University of Glasgow, this is a great opportunity for a School/College Leaver or Career Changer with a passion for tech! Find out more and apply via their careers website in the link below:

Modern Apprenticeship – Early Years

We are a busy nursery seeking an enthusiastic Modern Apprentice to join our team and help care, nurture and educate our children aged from babies to 5 years old.   Are you aged 16-19 years old, caring and nurturing and sensitive to the individual needs of young children and their families? Opportunities for mature apprentices 20+ will also be considered.   You will also work towards obtaining an SVQ in Social Services (Children and Young People) at SCQF Level 7. You will be supported by a qualification assessor and workplace mentor.   Timescales for completion of this Modern Apprenticeship can vary depending on the individual, but normally take between 12 to 15 months. Funding for training on our Modern Apprenticeship programme is available from Skills Development Scotland for applicants aged 16-19. Do you interact effectively and enthusiastically with children? Can you use your own initiative, be flexible and able to adapt to a fast-moving environment, while being a committed, valued member of a team?   As a Modern Apprentice your key duties will include: · Following nursery safeguarding procedures to ensure all children are kept safe, well and secure · Liaising with and working closely with parents/carers to deliver an individual learning and development journey for children · Working closely within a team to operate a programme of activities that meet the individual needs and interests of children in your care · Contributing to a wide range of learning activities and the achievement of learning outcomes · Supporting all team members and engaging in developing an excellent working environment · Assisting children with personal care tasks including toileting, dressing, and feeding · Being flexible and providing help where needed, to include the cleaning of equipment and preparing of snacks · Promoting the high standards of the nursery at all times to parents, staff, and visitors · Ensuring awareness of procedures for risk management, equalities, confidentiality, and behaviour management In recognition that disabled people and those who are care experienced can face additional challenges in their career journeys, an Enhanced Funding Contribution is available from Skills Development Scotland for disabled people and/or those who are care experienced and aged 20-29, provided certain eligibility criteria is met. If you are unsure whether you will be eligible for funding, please contact us. Due to the comprehensive nature of the training provided, no experience is necessary.   Hours of work and rate of pay: As a guide, a normal working week may be 4 extended days (between Monday – Friday), 37 hours per week and the rate of pay is £5 per hour (higher than the current National Minimum Wage for Modern Apprenticeship rate set by Scottish Government at…

Get into Medicine Conference – Application Process

As the UCAS deadline approaches in October and students have a lot to tackle in their applications, it is crucial for them to participate in the upcoming FREE and VIRTUAL Get into Medicine conference. Although there is still time to begin their application, understanding the application process is paramount. Becoming a successful medical practitioner requires not only hard work but also strategic planning. Therefore, I urge all aspiring doctors in years S3-S5 to register for the conference as soon as possible using the link below. The conference will be led by Dr. Laura and Dr. Hannah, who will guide students through the UCAS application process for medicine. They will cover topics such as personal statements, UCAT, interview skills, scholarships, and tips for making their medical application stand out. Sunday 28th May (9:30am – 3:30pm) Registration link: Unfortunately, many perfectly capable students are dissuaded from applying to medicine by a complicated application process. We’re here to help all aspiring doctors achieve their dream. We’re with your students every step of the way.

Aviation and Aerospace work experience

Interested in a career within the aviation and aerospace industry ?   Virtual Work Experience programme with the Civil Aviation Authority is available to apply for right now, and takes place on the 24th of July.   The programme takes a closer look at the CAA as an organisation, while also taking your students on a journey into the careers that they could go into within the aerospace industry. Whatever their interests or career ambitions, there’s a lot for students to discover here and get excited about.   The CAA are a public corporation, established by Parliament in 1972 as an independent specialist aviation regulator. They have a number of responsibilities including regulating UK airports, dealing with drone permissions and ensuring pilot medical standards are met.   The programme can be completed flexibly around students’ studies. Even just half an hour per day is enough to finish the programme.   And most importantly, it’s completely free for students to apply and complete.   Below is a shareable link to the programme. Please consider sharing this with your students, or alternatively forwarding this email to them so that they can access and apply to the programme before the application deadline closes.  

Digital Marketing Apprenticeship

GRM Marketing is a respected global creative marketing and communications agency based in Glasgow that specialises in marketing strategy, public relations, traditional and digital marketing, sponsorship and events. Our mission is to create impact and help our clients inject energy into their businesses. We have worked with some of the biggest brands in yacht racing, alpine ski racing and other sports, as well as private and public sector organisations in a wide variety of industries. Overview: We are currently working on several key projects that make it a very exciting time to join the team as an apprentice. Everyday will look different with GRM depending on what project you are working on, which will require different tasks. Salary: £16,000 – £18,000 per annum. – [dependant on experience] Duties: You will work on a wide range of digital marketing and experiential projects and campaigns Create documents, presentations, social media posts, emails, website articles Build relationships with clients, designers, photographers, journalists Support the team in the office and on trips to client sites Photograph and edit using software What we are looking for: Desirable skills: Strong written and verbal communication Manual Drivers Licence Interest in all aspects of marketing Great time management Personal qualities: Excellent people skills Hands on attitude Problem solving Flexibility in schedule / Willingness to travel Desire to learn new skills Working week: 39hrs a week. Future prospects: You could go far with GRM, taking on more responsibilities as your skills improve and helping shape the company in the future. We really value development and high level training will be provided. If you work hard you would be rewarded with an exciting career, seeing your ideas come to life and gain valuable experience in this rare position. Important Information: “QA’s apprenticeship programmes may be funded in part by the European Union through the European Social Fund, which supports the development of employment opportunities and a skilled workforce.” For more information about QA Apprenticeships, please visit our website. Note: This advert may close early if a suitable candidate is found before the advertised close date is reached. To Apply:

Get into Midwifery Conference

Get into Midwifery conference on Saturday 3rd June (2pm – 7pm). Your students in all year groups are invited! Registration link: I will lead your students through the entire process of applying to midwifery and what day-to-day life in the profession actually entails. This is a fantastic opportunity for both students pursuing midwifery and those undecided. Student admissions teams notice those who go the extra mile to make an informed course course and career decision. The Get into Midwifery conference is here by popular demand, so I would greatly appreciate it if you forwarded this to your students. GET INTO NURSING CONFERENCE – Saturday 3rd June (9:30am – 12:30pm) Registration link: For students interested in nursing, Chief Nurse Mentor Abbie Dickinson will host a virtual Get into Nursing conference on Saturday 3rd June. Abbie will break down UCAS for nurses and what applicants need to get admitted to a highly popular profession. Your students just need to click the link below and enrol on the conference of their choice. As it’s important to hear from a variety of healthcare perspectives, they are more than welcome to attend both!

Mercedes-Benz Technician – Modern Apprenticeship

Remit are recruiting on behalf of Mercedes-Benz who are searching for talented people to join their team as Heavy Vehicle Service Technician Apprentice. Giving you the opportunity to become the best skilled Commercial Service Technician for the future enabling you to deal with the complex technology for future vehicles, where career options and prospects are endless. Remit are recruiting on behalf of Mercedes-Benz who are searching for talented people to join their team as Heavy Vehicle Service Technician Apprentice. Giving you the opportunity to become the best skilled Commercial Service Technician for the future enabling you to deal with the complex technology for future vehicles, where career options and prospects are endless. The successful applicant will be confident, self-motivated, and keen to work as part of a team. Having an interest in working in the automotive and engineering industries, with an inquisitive nature and a desire to fix things are just as important as academic achievements. Must have 5 qualifications at National 5 level, these must include Maths, English and a Science. Predicted grades will be taken into consideration. Initial Assessments and interviews will be carried by Remit Ltd. To Apply;—modern-apprenticeship

Apprenticeship & Early Careers Event

Wed 14th Jun 12:00PM – 4:30PM This event is for: Students aged 16 to 21 who are interested in finding out more about apprenticeship and Early Careers opportunities at companies from multiple different industries. This event will be hosted at the offices of KPMG in Glasgow. By attending FuturesUP June 2023, you will meet a variety of top employers from the following industries: Accounting, law, finance, insurance, manufacturing and technology. You will also gain an insight into the apprenticeships and other early careers opportunities that these companies offer! Agenda This is what your afternoon could look like… Uptree welcome, overview of the day and company introductions. Apprentice Q&A panel Employer careers fair stalls Collaborative group task Speed networking with employers Next steps Next steps Register for this in-person event using your Uptree account. If you do not have an Uptree account, register here. There are limited spaces available for this event – priority will be given to students in Scotland who meet the criteria above. Prioritisation will begin two weeks before the event: successful applicants will receive an invitation 1-2 weeks before the event. If you register after this time, you might not receive a response. Any questions, please do contact us:

Get Into Dentistry conference – 29th April

An opportunity for students in years S3-S5  to attend a free, virtual Get into Dentistry conference on Saturday 29th April (9am – 1pm). I will lead your students step-by-step through the entire UCAS application process to maximise their chances of getting into dental school. As this is a free conference, a limited number of spaces are available. We’re aiming to close registrations at MIDDAY on FRIDAY but we may have to close registrations earlier. I encourage your students to book today to avoid disappointment. All aspiring dentists and students still thinking about their career paths are welcome. They just need to click below to register: I will cover the following: – How to Get Dental Work Experience – Application Timelines – How to Tactically Choose Dental Schools – CV Building – Personal Statements – Interviews – Medical Leadership and Awards Programmes – UCAT and BMAT – Entrance Exams to Dental School – Accessing Scholarships This is a fantastic opportunity for your students to hear about applying to dental school from those who understand the application process best – dentists and dental students. All students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian for safeguarding purposes. Registration Link: Thank you very much for forwarding this to your students, I’m very excited to meet them there! Best wishes, Dr Fiona Andrews Chief Dental Mentor Your Medic Family

NHS Modern Apprentice Trainee Dental Nurse

Interested in a career as a Dental Nurse? NHS Scotland are currently recruiting Trainee Dental Nurses to work in the Glasgow Dental Hospital and School. You will train for a fixed term period of 18 months within the Dental Nursing team based at the Glasgow Dental Hospital. Successful candidates will be supported to competently perform the necessary technical and physical aspects of clinical dental nursing.  You will care for patients within the Secondary Care (Acute) Dental Service.  You will assist the clinician in all aspects of patients’ care including preparation of equipment, instruments and materials, ensuring patient comfort and safety at all times. Please refer to the candidate information pack before you submit your application. This post closes at 12 Noon 01st May 2023. Late applications will not be considered. There will be an online information session on Wednesday 26th April 2023 at 6pm, to provide more information about the role and to provide an opportunity for you to ask any questions. To register for this session Click here to register Please note that this is a training post graded under Annex 21 Conditions* and will be paid at the Scottish Living Wage (2023/2024 rate). Trainees will be appointed at a salary of £21308. This post is aligned to the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Modern Apprenticeship Programme and therefore only open to those applicants aged 16 to 24 years (or 16 to 29 years for Disabled Applicants or applicants who are care experienced*), in line with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s Widening Access to Employment Strategy and workforce projections. * Care experienced applicants are people who live/have lived with foster parents/kinship carers or who live/have lived in a residential children’s setting/secure unit.  ** The pay scale applied to trainees who enter the NHS and undertake all their training whilst an employee. As they develop their knowledge and skills significantly during a period of time measured in years, the use of job evaluation is not appropriate and pay should be determined as a percentage of the pay for qualified staff.1   This is a Band3, Fixed Term post for 18 Months   Salary – £21308​​​​​​​ This post is aligned to the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Modern Apprenticeship Programme and therefore only open to applicants who will be aged between 16 to 24 years or 16 to 29 years for Disabled Applicants or applicants who are Care Experienced*.     To be considered for Shortlisting you must include your date of birth in the equal opportunities monitoring section of this application form. To Apply:

KPMG – Graduate Apprenticeship

Applications are still open for the KPMG Graduate Apprenticeship Programme. Please see below for details and how to apply: Job details Location: Glasgow Capability: Audit Experience Level: Apprenticeships Type: Full Time Service Line: Audit – Apprenticeship Job description The largest of our UK practices, Audit is about examining organisations and ensuring their published annual accounts are a ‘true and fair’ reflection of their financial performance. In Audit, we undertake work that affects investment decisions, inspires confidence in public sector expenditure and supports economic growth. Some of the world’s biggest companies rely on us to provide independent insight, challenge and high-quality audit expertise. Today, more than ever in disruptive times, audit is a function needed by society and in the future, to support growth. We deliver robust outcomes by working to the highest standards. As part of that, we continue to invest heavily in tech-enabled solutions, which not only allow us to offer deeper insights and higher quality audits, but also a better user experience for our auditors. As an Audit apprentice, you’ll focus on delivering high-quality audits using an investigative approach. You’ll learn to use new technologies and tools such as artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to analyse data and produce quality audit outcomes – all whilst studying towards a valuable professional qualification. You’ll gain a breadth of experience as well as become equipped with valuable technical skills, broad commercial understanding and in-depth knowledge of different industry sectors – from the biggest multinationals through to innovative start-ups. You’ll have the resources and support you need to thrive with us and reach your full potential, learning to handle each audit engagement with confidence. You’ll work as part of a team and may spend time on site at the companies you’re auditing, in virtual or hybrid forms of audit delivery. From the start, you’ll be working on complex projects alongside some of the brightest minds in business and benefit from learning every day. It’s challenging, yet rewarding work. There’s also a real sense of community across our Audit team – we’re collaborative and value the different perspectives and ideas that contribute to our shared goal of delivering quality work. You’ll join an environment where you can come as you are, and supported to be at your best. At KPMG, work is no longer a place we go, it’s a contribution we make. Our people have always worked flexibly – so this way of working isn’t new for us. We’re creating a tech-driven business to empower and equip our people to be outstanding in delivery, no matter where they work – through inspiring collaboration spaces and new technologies. In your role, you’ll work flexibly across your location region – at engagement sites, our…

Modern Apprenticeship – Hospitality

Harvester UK are recruiting bar and waiting staff to join their team in Hillington. As Bar and Waiting Staff, you are the personality behind the beer pumps, the expert on the drink’s menu and know our food menu inside out, frequently recommending your favourites. As the friendly face our guests remember, you’ll inject your personality every moment you’re with our guests so that they love to come back time and time again. Responsibilities: – Greet, serve and look after our guests – Maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and safety – Work with the team to create a friendly atmosphere our guests will love – Know the menus inside out, making recommendations to our guests – Be a champion of brand standards You don’t even need any experience. So long as you can provide a warm, helpful manner to everyone you meet, we can teach you the ins and outs of working as part of our busy teams. By taking on a full-time role as a bar and waiting apprentice under the supervision of our passionate teams, not only will you achieve a Level 2 Hospitality Team Member Apprenticeship, you will be able to support the running of our businesses, creating some amazing moments! What your apprenticeship includes: – A mixture of face to face and skype/phone catch ups every 4 – 6 weeks – A mixture of on and off the job training, including workshops and webinars – Reviews every 12 weeks with the Apprentice, Line Manager and Lifetime Trainer – Feedback sessions to discuss progress – Obtain Functional Skills in English and maths – 30 hours paid work every week BENEFITS FOR M&B STAFF: – Love eating out? You’ll love it even more with a massive 33% discount across all our brands. Whether its date night at Miller & Carter or family roast at Toby Carvery, we’ve got you covered. – Never a dull moment – fun, laughs and lifelong friends! – Funded qualification up to degree level – Charity is important to us. From the company charities to the one which is close to your heart; you can choose how to give something back. – Enjoy a 33% discount off a cosy stay at our Inn Keepers Lodges. – On top of all this, we offer a pension; 28 days paid holiday; high-street shopping discounts; and we even give you free shares! Wage will be: 16-20 years old – £7.49 an hour 21-22 years old – £10.18 an hour 23+ years old – £10.42 an hour At Mitchells and Butlers you will be working towards a Hospitality Team Member Level 2 Apprenticeship standard over the course of 15 months. No qualifications are…

ScotRail Modern Apprenticeship

The ScotRail Modern Apprenticeships in Engineering Maintenance are live with a closing date of May 6th. Apprenticeships are available in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness. They also have an information session on Thursday 20th April at 7pm. This will be a very beneficial session and would recommend that you attend this in advance of applying- In the session you will be able to find out more about the programme, get hints and tips on applying and ask questions. Please follow the link below to apply.

Administration – Modern Apprenticeship

City Gate Construction (CGC) is establishing itself as an industry leader. Founded in 2003, they are a privately-owned Construction, Refurbishment and Maintenance main contractor with offices in Scotland and England. Overview: This fantastic opportunity is to join the Administration Team at the Paisley headquarters. Perform a variety of administrative tasks, including data entry, filing, and photocopying using the City Gate HR system. Manage incoming and outgoing mail, including sorting, distributing, and preparing outgoing mail using Outlook. Assist with general office duties, including ordering and maintaining office supplies, scheduling meetings and appointments, and maintaining filing systems. Maintaining accurate records and databases, ensuring that information is up to date and easily accessible. Provide support to other team members as required. Answer incoming phone calls and assist with directing queries to the appropriate person or department. A positive and proactive attitude with a willingness to learn. Great organisational and time-management skills. Good attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent communication skills. Can work with Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, and Outlook. Able to work independently and as part of a team. A positive and proactive attitude with a willingness to learn. Working week: Monday – Thursday will be from 8am – 5pm. And Friday will be from 8am – 4pm. 40hrs per week. Salary: £10,000 – £14,000 per annum. Company benefits: They’re willing to offer the right candidate weekly pay, 28 days paid holiday. Staff package includes: Vouchers on your birthday Early finish Friday with added extras when full time with CGC Progression: There is an opportunity to progress to a full time role within the business upon successful completion of the apprenticeship – accompanied by a salary review.   For more info:—modern-apprenticeship

Prince’s Trust Personal Development Programme

The Prince’s Trust Personal Development Programme provides personal development opportunities for anyone aged 16-25, not in education, training or employment. Our programme is designed for young people to explore opportunities, providing the opportunity to create positive change in their life. The 12 week programme provides young people with the opportunity to develop personal skills, including confidence building, communication skills and team building skills as well as an understand of self-awareness and wellbeing. The programme is designed to enable up to 12 young people to gain new skills, make new friends and improve their future prospects. There is no cost, it will not affect benefits and a training allowance is provided. What will I learn? If you sign up for the programme, you will be involved in a range of projects and activities. Amongst other things you will: Take on a community project of your choosing Get two weeks’ work experience in a field you are interested in Take part in an exciting team challenge What’s in it for me? As well as gaining invaluable life and metaskills, there is also the opportunity to: Gain new skills including First Aid certification Meet new people and build new relationships Volunteer in your local community Receive employability support In addition, and most importantly – a big boost to your confidence and a real sense of achievement. Entry requirements (minimum) you must attend an interview you must also be able to commit to 12 weeks of learning. Employer and industry links There will be opportunities to develop and contribute to projects that expand knowledge of potential career paths, local charities and organisations. You will develop employability links through programme activities to understand career paths and help plan progression routes. Jobs and further study Successfully completing the Prince’s Trust Team Programme guarantees an interview for progression to further study at Glasgow Clyde College. Further training and opportunities to work directly with the Prince’s Trust Making an application For courses starting in August, you can make up to two applications. Applications are made to a course and a first choice of campus. If the course is oversubscribed at your first choice you will be automatically considered for alternative sites and may be made an offer without a further application. More Details and to Apply:

Get into Medicine/Dentistry Conference

Students in years S3-S5  are invited to the next FREE, virtual Get into Medicine and Get into Dentistry conferences. These conferences are an excellent opportunity for students to hear from doctors, dentists, and students about the UCAS application process and what they need to make their application as strong as it can be. All attendees will be awarded a certificate to show that they’ve gone one step further than most applicants. GET INTO MEDICINE CONFERENCE (FREE, VIRTUAL) Dr MIke and Dr Siva will guide students in years S3-S5 through the UCAS application process to medicine. This includes personal statements and white space questions, UCAT, interview skills, and scholarships. Saturday 1st April (2:30pm – 7:30pm) Sunday 23rd April (2:30pm – 7:30pm) Registration link: GET INTO DENTISTRY CONFERENCE (FREE, VIRTUAL) Dentist Dr Fiona Andrews will provide bespoke advice to dental applicants, including how to access work experience, UCAT, interview training, extracurricular activities, and more. Saturday 29th April (9:30am – 1:30pm) Registration link: These free opportunities go a long way in widening access to medicine and dentistry.

Pharmacy Assistant – Apprenticeship

Applications for M&D Green Apprenticeship Programmes are now open! The first apprenticeship programme they are offering is for the role of Pharmacy Assistant; a key part of the pharmacy team as the first person the patient interacts with. Whilst working within the safe parameters of your job role, you will be expected to give safe and up to date advice on a range of healthcare conditions and supporting pharmacy services. Your role involves handling over the counter sales, consulting with patients and various means of support and maintenance around the pharmacy. For more information or to apply, head over to the website:

Get into Medicine / Dentistry Conference

Attend the next FREE virtual Get into Medicine conference on Sunday 26th March (2:30pm – 7:30pm) or Sunday 1st April (2:30 – 7:30pm) to help gain unique insight on making a student’s medical application stand out. Hosted by Dr Mike Carvill, students will receive step-by-step guidance and access to our community of Chief Mentors (Doctors) and Mentors (Medical Students) who are dedicated to helping students succeed in their medical career. Whether they’re curious about medicine or dead set on becoming a doctor, we’ve got them covered. These conferences are here to help your students, not to test them. All aspiring doctors in years 10-12 / S3-S5 / NI11-13 are invited to sign up here: Registration link: For aspiring dentists, Dr Fiona and Dr Siva will be leading the next free virtual Get into Dentistry conference on Saturday 25th March (9:30am – 1pm). All aspiring dentists in years 10-12 / S3-S5 / NI11-13 are invited to register here: With bespoke advice for medicine and dentistry, these conferences will cover: – Tactically choosing universities – Personal statements – UCAT and BMAT – Medical school interview skills – Medical Leadership Programmes – Awards Programmes – Extracurricular activities – Work experience – Building a CV – Applying for scholarships We believe that applying to medical and dental school is a collaborative effort that involves support from both parents and teachers. That’s why we invite all parents to attend our virtual conference alongside their aspiring doctors and dentists. By sharing our expert knowledge about the UCAS application process for medicine and dentistry, your students will be provided with all the resources and guidance they need to succeed in their medical and dental school applications. Get into Medicine registration form: Get into Dentistry registration form:

Gordon Cooley Coachbuilders

Local business: Gordon Cooley Coachbuilders Ltd Accident Repair Centre are recruiting! They are looking for a Bodyshop Reception / Administrator to join their friendly team based in Thornliebank Industrial Estate. Exceptional customer service and telephone skills are essential and you must love working with people. Working Hours – Monday-Friday. 40 hours per week Please send your CV in application to:    

Glasgow School of Art – Open Day

At the Glasgow campus in Garnethill we’re hosting an undergraduate Open House on Friday 21 April. Studios will be open for prospective students to tour our facilities, halls, studios and workshops, meet with programme staff and current students, and experience our studio culture – join in drawing or model making at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, visit our student and alumni exhibitions, meet us in our Marketplace, and have tea with our students’ association. Register your attendance here:  

Robert Gordon University – Discovery Days 2023

Senior phase pupils who have applied or are thinking about applying to study at Robert Gordon University are invited to our Discovery Days! To join us, please register your place. Our first event, which is taking place on Saturday 18 March between 10:00 – 14:00, will welcome applicants and their families to our campus ahead of choosing their preferred course, university or pathway. Get to know our Academic Schools through interactive sessions and talks to get a sense of what it is like to study with us. We will also be joined by our support services, offering tours of our campus and Woolmanhill Halls, as well as much more. If any of your pupils are still unsure about what their future looks like beyond school and have yet to apply through UCAS, they are also invited to our Discovery Days to take in everything that our events have to offer. Individuals travelling from out with Aberdeen City/Aberdeenshire who meet wider access criteria can receive up to 75% reimbursement for any travel costs associated with attending our Discovery Days. To see whether you are eligible, please refer to this webpage. We hope to see some of you this Saturday or at our upcoming events this spring! Best wishes,  UK Student Recruitment Team  

Apprentice Greenkeeper

Fereneze Golf Club, Barrhead  are recruiting just now for an Apprentice Greenkeeper . The Apprentice Greenkeeper position would suit a candidate looking to start a career in greenkeeping or maybe a career change.  No experience would be required as full on the job training will be provided. Enjoyment of working outdoors and an understanding of golf would be helpful. Applicants should be self-motivated, hardworking, enthusiastic and comfortable working individually and as part of a team. You will be expected to work 40 hours per week, including weekend work from time to time. Overview: The Apprentice will work alongside the Course Manager and other members of the team in ensuring that the Golf Course is maintained to the highest standard with regard to presentation and safety.  As an Apprentice Greenkeeper this is a fantastic opportunity for you to gain hands-on greenkeeping experience whilst working towards your qualification. Supported and guided by the Course Manager and senior staff, training will include: routine maintenance, cutting greens/tees/fairways, maintaining equipment, Health and Safety and more. Further Education: The successful candidate will attend college and work towards gaining SVQ Level 2 or equivalent in Sports Turf Maintenance. This is a great opportunity to obtain a formal qualification in greenkeeping. Qualification College courses would start Year 1 October-March. Year 2 October – March on a day release basis.   Required Hours of Work: Must be willing to start early (06:30 summer) and (07:00 winter) occasionally weekend mornings.   Desired attributes Attention to detail and a desire to learn Polite and self motivated Good time keeping Enjoy working outdoors As the role will involve driving machinery and equipment, the ideal candidate will have a Full UK Driving Licence or will work towards gaining a Full UK Driving Licence. To apply: Please send CV and covering letter to: Kevin Wilson – Head Greenkeeper at:

Modern Apprenticeship – Network Rail

Modern Apprenticeship – Network Rail An Engineering Apprenticeship with Network Rail is the first step into an exciting career in the Rail industry. As part of our team, you’ll help shape national projects, embrace the latest tech and learn the skills to succeed. Our Engineering Apprentices get to team up with experienced engineers at one of our depots, so they can learn what goes into keeping thousands of miles of power lines and tracks up and running and fit for use. Do well, and once you’ve completed your apprenticeship, you can set your sights on an unlimited number of career options, with plenty of opportunity to further training as you progress. The scheme lasts for three years. You’ll start year one with our training centre based in East Kilbride, before progressing to a placement with an engineering team at your local depot where you will complete year two and three. You’ll find yourself out in all weather, around the clock, seven days a week, so you’ll need to be flexible about travelling and working shifts and be up for working in all conditions whilst having the health and safety of your colleagues will always be at the forefront of your mind. What will I learn? After completing the course, you’ll not only have your SCQF Level 6 in Railway Engineering, you’ll also hold the Institute of Leadership and Management Level 3. You could even have further support and sponsorship from us to attend university and the chance to achieve professional qualifications. Because, when you start your career with an engineering apprenticeship, anything is possible. What qualification or qualities are required? You’ll have a head start in this vacancy if you’ve completed a Foundation Apprenticeship in a related field. We’ll need you to provide evidence of your qualification and show you gained the relevant skills from your placement. You’ll need at least National 5s in English, a Science and Maths at Grades A-C, and one other subject at Grades A-C. You need be aged 18 or over on or before 28 August 2023 to apply for this scheme. Apply for this apprenticeship Think this is the right apprenticeship for you? Click the “Apply now” button to start your new career with this apprenticeship. CLOSING DATE:  25th March Apply:

Emirates Open Day

Emirates are holding a cabin crew open day on 22nd March at Courtyard by Marriot Glasgow SEC Who we are looking for To be considered for Emirates cabin crew you’ll need to be: Fluent in written and spoken English (additional languages are an advantage) A natural team player with a personality that shines At least 160cm tall and able to reach 212cm high Able to meet the UAE’s employment visa requirements And have: At least 1 year of hospitality or customer service experience A minimum of high school (Grade 12) education No visible tattoos while in Emirates cabin crew uniform For more information on how to apply:

Reid Associates LLP – Traineeship

Reid’s are a well established Chartered Quantity Surveying Practice in Glasgow City Centre and are actively seeking school leavers who would be interested in a traineeship. The successful candidate will be enrolled on the part time BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying at Glasgow Caledonian University for one day a week with the remainder of the week employed in our office. The practice has a structured training programme for staff leading to RICS Professional Qualification. We would suggest that any prospective candidate refer to Glasgow Caledonian University Undergraduate entry requirements for the BSC (Hons) in Quantity Surveying part time course prior to submitting a CV. Brief Description Quantity Surveying is an integral part of the design development and construction process and provide key advice in construction costs, contract law and project management. This opportunity would also suit a variety of candidates contemplating or expressing an interest in Civil/ Structural Engineering and Accounting, as those skill sets are similar to those of Quantity Surveying.

Glasgow Careers Fair

The Glasgow Careers Fair takes place on Friday The Glasgow Careers Fair takes place on Friday 17th March, at Hampden Park from 10am-2pm. You can meet local and national employers face-to-face, and apply directly for hundreds of vacancies. The Glasgow Careers Fair is open to anyone and everyone – there is always such a wide variety of employers exhibiting, meaning that there are opportunities for individuals of all ages and all levels of experience. More information can be found here:

Apprenticeship Opportunities

There are lots of fantastic apprenticeship opportunities available in Scotland right now. Apprenticeship Opportunities in Scotland Scottish Power (closing 13th March 2023) Cyber Security Degree Apprentice (Glasgow): Apply Here! Data Science Degree Apprentice (Glasgow): Apply Here! Quantity Surveying Degree Apprentice (Cambuslang): Apply Here! Logistics Apprentice (Bonnybridge): Apply Here! Onshore Renewables Operation and Maintenance Apprentice (Ayrshire, Dumfries & Galloway): Apply Here! Power Engineering Apprentice (Glasgow, Edinburgh, Clyde North, Borders, Central, Fife, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire, Clyde South, Dumfries, Stanraer): Apply Here! Project Management Apprentice (Glasgow, Edinburgh, Clyde North, Borders, Central, Fife, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire, Clyde South, Dumfries, Stanraer): Apply Here! Craft Apprentice (Glasgow, Edinburgh, Clyde North, Borders, Central, Fife, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire, Clyde South, Dumfries, Stanraer): Apply Here! Lloyd’s Banking Group (closing 13th March 2023) Finance Apprentice (Edinburgh): Apply Here! Accenture (closing 19th March 2023) Technology Degree Apprentice (Glasgow): Apply Here! KPMG (rolling applications – get your application in ASAP!) Audit Apprenticeship (Glasgow, Aberdeen): Apply Here! Tax Apprenticeship (Glasgow): Apply Here! BT  (rolling applications – please apply as soon as possible!) Information Technology & Telecommunications Support Technician Apprentice (Dumbarton): Apply Here! Deloitte (rolling applications – get your application in ASAP!) Tax Consulting BrightStart Apprenticeship (Aberdeen, Edinburgh): Apply Here! Technology BrightStart Apprenticeship (Edinburgh): Apply Here! Human Capital and Actuarial BrightStart Apprenticeship (Edinburgh): Apply Here! Lloyd’s Banking Group (closing 10th April 2023) Risk Apprentice (Edinburgh): Apply Here! GSK (closing 10th April 2023) Engineering Apprenticeship (Montrose): Apply Here! Engineering Apprenticeship (Irvine): Apply Here! Supply & Logistics Degree Apprentice (Montrose): Apply Here! Quality Science Apprentice (Irvine): Apply Here!    

Scottish Apprenticeship Week – Day 4

Today is Day 4 of Scottish Apprenticeship Week A reminder of some events taking place today / this evening that may be of interest to you Skills Development Scotland – How to apply for a Scottish apprenticeship: 6.30pm. Register here: Babcock: Insight to Babcock International – Scotland Event. Time 5-6.30pm. Register here: BAE Systems: Spotlight into sheet metal work.  

Scottish Apprenticeship Week – Day 3

Today is Day 3 of Scottish Apprenticeship Week A reminder of some events taking place today / this evening that may be of interest to you: Skills Development Scotland – Meet the Experts – Cyber Security & Tech – 11am: University of Glasgow – Graduate Apprenticeships – 4.30pm Royal Navy – Making Waves: Women in the Royal Navy – Carousel Training – Childcare Modern Apprenticeships – 2-5pm – Carousel Training Centre, 276 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JR Options in Finance Career – HSBC Virtual Session – 7pm.  Register: Keep checking back as more opportunities will be posted throughout the day

Arnold Clark Apprenticeships

Arnold Clark apprenticeships are now LIVE!!! Arnold Clark offer apprenticeships in various areas within their organisation Rental Apprenticeships Technician Apprenticeships Parts Apprenticeships Bodyshop Apprenticeships Aftersales Customer Advisor Apprenticeships Electronic Fire & Security Apprenticeships Benefits of an apprenticeship with Arnold Clark You will get all the employee perks and more as an apprentice, including: Earning a wage from the day you start 33 days holiday per annum Guided by mentors, who will support you throughout your training Boosting your earnings through hard work Discounts on cars through Arnold Clark Achieve your driving license with free driving lessons Apply Here: