Careers and Employment Links
Links in category: Careers and Employment
- Armchair Advice
Armchair Advice is the place to be if you are concerned about job loss through redundancy, job termination or unfair dismissal. Whatever you need, from legal and financial advice to emotional support, you can find it here. You can find expert advice and talk to people who know what you are going through.
- Department for Work and Pensions
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) promotes opportunity and independence for all, helps individuals achieve their potential through employment and works to end poverty in all its forms.
- Employability in Scotland
Managed by Scottish Government, the site provides information and resources on all aspects of employability. Includes a page for each local authority.
- Forth Valley College
Forth Valley College delivers more than 750 courses from our main campuses in Alloa (Clackmannan), Falkirk and Stirling and at more than 30 outreach centres across the region. Courses range from national qualifications through to degree level.
- Jobcentre Plus
Help and advice for those seeking work.
- My Local Council
Performance comparisons between all 32 Scottish local authorities in the Local Government Benchmarking Framework
- My World of Work
My World of Work can help you to get a job and develop your career.
- New Deal
New Deal gives people on benefits the help and support they need to look for work, including training and job preparation.
- Our Skillsforce
Our Skillsforce has been developed to meet the skills needs of employers in Scotland. It promotes Skills Development Scotland and partner services for employers and is designed to help businesses.
- Skills Development Scotland
Skills Development Scotland are tasked with catalysing real and positive change in Scotland's skills performance by linking skills supply and demand more effectively and helping people and organisations learn, develop and utilise these skills to greater effect.
- Step Forward Scotland
Step Forward Scotland is a new initiative from the Scottish Government, the European Social Fund and Skills Development Scotland that is committed to helping Scottish businesses and young people aged between 16 and 19. Helpline Tel: 0800 783 6000.
- The Daily Jobseeker
Tips and advice to help give your job search a boost
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