The annual target for Modern Apprenticeships – set by Scottish Government – has been raised from 25,000 to 30,000 by 2020.
A new survey has shown employers are continuing to invest in Modern Apprenticeships praising the benefits they bring to business.
A new marketing campaign encouraging more people to consider a career in Scotland’s digital sector is being launched.
Training providers from across Scotland got together for a two-day event, with the theme of 'Changing Skills, Changing Lives'.
More than a dozen projects are underway to help more women, disabled people, care leavers and people from minority ethnic communities into Modern Apprenticeships.
Careers information and advice web service My World of Work is hailed as a key resource for young people in a new report.
Between 16 and 20 November 2015, we're visiting secondary schools throughout Scotland to highlight the benefits of Modern Apprenticeships.
Pupils in all local authorities will benefit from a new offer of earlier career advice in this school year.
Education Scotland, in partnership with Skills Development Scotland, will review the off-the-job training element for every occupational sector over the next four to five years.
Oil and gas workers facing redundancy are being encouraged to attend an upcoming jobs fair taking place in Aberdeen.