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Activity Agreements

Activity Agreements are being delivered to young people across all 32 local authorities in Scotland.  Activity Agreements are for those young people who may not, without additional support, make a successful transition to work, further education or training.  The information provided on these pages aims to support and inform all local authorities and their partners to best deliver within the Activity Agreement framework.

If you require any further information or wish to share practice from your local authority through this website, please contact Sandra McIntyre.


Activity Agreements Guidance document - updated August 2016 download

Aberdeen City Council Activity Agreements end-year report 2015/16 download

Activity Agreement - National Delivery Model

This model has been developed to capture the key principles underpinning the Activity Agreement approach to engaging with young people furthest from the labour market. This model has been successful in supporting participants to progress and sustain further learning, training and employment. It is intended to  inform how these key elements can support flexibility and choice in the wider development of senior learning and pathways. Whilst Activity Agreements focus on those young people who have left school, the model is applicable to other settings such as education and other employability programmes.


Opportunities for All national meeting 3rd March 2016


Scottish Government presentation

2plus3 Curricular Initiative, East Ayrshire Council

Implementation of PLPs (Personal Learning Pathways)

Inverclyde Council Senior Phase School Options

Aftercare Service, Glasgow City Council

Positive Thoughts, Dundee City Council

Sandra McIntyre

National Development Manager


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