East Ayrshire Council is working closely with Skills Development Scotland to ensure the Data-Hub is at the heart of its provision in this area.
Helping all young people in East Lothian find work, training or further study after school is a key benefit of the 16+ Data-Hub, according to the area’s local authority.
The information sharing Data-Hub has a crucial role to play in helping young people find work, further study or training after leaving school.
Perth and Kinross Council is working closely with Skills Development Scotland, local schools and other partners to help those leaving school to achieve a positive destination in work, training or further education.
Former King's Park Secondary pupil Katy Edoni learned about Modern Apprenticeship opportunities with a Glasgow employer while she was still at school.
The 17-year-old had the opportunity of work experience at the Anderston restaurant through Skills Development Scotland's Certificate of Work Readiness employability programme.
A budding young journalist is ready to pursue his own legacy after taking part in a news conference linked to the Commonwealth Games.
Partnership working between teachers, support teams and pupils is at the heart of a Scottish secondary school’s successful approach to information sharing.
A forward thinking local authority is using information sharing to help its young people boost their prospects in the world of work and training.
College sector and key partners set up Short Life Working Group