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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.

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Activity Agreement Conference 30 January 2014

Materials from the conference can be downloaded here

 

Celebrating Success

Activity Agreement participants the first young people in Aberdeen to be trained in the new '365 brows' technique

Young people participating in an Activity Agreement through Aberdeen Council have taken part in certificated training to develop the skills and knowledge to help them make the transition to employment in the hair and beauty sector. More details here

 

 

Activity Agreements Participants' Research - final report January 2014

This research was undertaken to explore participants' views of Activity Agreements, to better understand how best to reach and support young people furthest from the labour market.

A copy of the final report can be downloaded here

Sandra McIntyre

National Development Manager

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Minister for Youth Employment, Angela Constance, meeting with young people participating in an Activity Agreement through Glasgow City Council

Minister for Youth Employment, Angela Constance, meeting with young people participating in an Activity Agreement through Glasgow City Council

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