Young Scotland ‘s Got Talent – webinar: Contributions of young people with learning disabilities to the Covid19 crisis

About this Event We are currently living in unusual and confusing times during the Covid-19 outbreak. We are immensely proud of everyone who has continued working on the frontline throughout lockdown and we wanted to create a unique Young Scotland’s Got Talent (YSGT) to honour them. Values into Action Scotland (VIAS) and the Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) invite you to a special online Young Scotland’s Got Talent event

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DYW Summer Leavers’ Programme 2020

An online portal E-DYW has been created, it is a One-Stop-Shop for young people, educators, employers, parents/carers that can be accessed at https://www.dyw.scot/. It will include multiple resources from private & public sector bodies to provide support to young people leaving school this year. A series of sessions have also been created to support both young people, parents and carers delivered through our Scotland’s Biggest Parents’ Events and DYW Skills

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Social Enterprise Academy: Online learning offer

The Social Enterprise Academy, a social change organisation that helps people to use their personal strengths to build sustainable enterprises and achieve greater social impact,  has responded to the latest challenges education faces in the current crises and is offering a number of online learning opportunities.   Community Champions Challenge Our exciting new home learning activities give Scotland’s young people the opportunity to contribute to their community whilst developing their own skills

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DYW School Partnerships at Breadalbane Academy

Breadalbane Academy aims to create an inclusive environment in which all young people find a pathway to success. We offer a range of learning opportunities – both within and beyond the classroom – designed to develop well-rounded individuals ready for life and work.   Partnerships are at the heart of our approach. Collaboration with partners is a key principle in curriculum design and we work with local and national employers

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DYW – Quick Start Guide

The following information outlines the core essentials around DYW, in order to provide a quick overview and introduction to support  planning and implementation.  It includes the following sections: A.  What is DYW? – Introduction B.  What are the key priorities? – DYW essential C.  Key Resources A.  What is Developing the Young Workforce? Developing the Young Workforce is a seven year programme to reduce youth unemployment by 40% by 2021. The national

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DYW – Professional Dialogue: Virtual engagement sessions

In order to support your development work and thinking around DYW  we would like to provide you with the opportunity for professional dialogue with colleagues over the coming months.  We have therefore  set up the following 3 virtual workshop sessions (interactive webinars) for you: 1,   DYW – Virtual Drop in session –  4 May (11.00 – 12.30) This session will allow teachers and practitioners involved in the delivery of

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DYW Learning Resources: Collated offer

This area hosts a  selection of essential tools and learning modules for professional development and planning, collated in one area for ease of access.  Suite of CES 3-18  Learning Resources: 7 Modules across key DYW Themes eg.  Labour Market Information, Equalities, Creativity etc. Career Education Standard 3-18: Career Education Standard – Exemplification Tool PDF file: Learning Resource 1 – Introduction to Career Education Standard (936 KB) PowerPoint file: Learning Resource

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DYW – Professional Engagement: Support Offer

In these unprecedented times Education Scotland would like to ensure you continue to receive the professional support you may require around DYW in order to stay ahead of developments. As current circumstances are unfolding we cannot be certain what the impact will be on the employability prospects of young people from here on in.  However what is already becoming clear is the seismic impact of this current pandemic on the

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DYW National Leads – Education and Regional Employer Groups

The following lists the main DYW National Education and Regional Employer Group leads: DYW Regional Employer Groups: Argyll & Bute Harvey Agnes Argyll & Bute Anderson Scott Ayrshire Baird Claire Borders Ward Sara Dumfries & Galloway Galloway Graeme Dundee & Angus Tasker Hilary Edinburgh & Lothian Fenwick Michelle Fife Hepburn Ryan Forth Valley Henderson Jen Glasgow Crawford Nicola Glasgow MacPherson Shona Inverness – Central Highland Maxtone Andy Inverness – Central

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