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LAST UPDATED: 12th December 2019 Work placements – Block placements, Extended placements, Flexible placements, Inspiration and Visits

Explore how work placements can help young people to make informed decisions about their future careers.

LAST UPDATED: 12th December 2019 Work-related learning – Career Insight, Enterprise, Work Inspiration and Simulated Environments

This work-related learning resource explores a number of ways young people can develop skills for work from 3-18.

LAST UPDATED: 12th December 2019 SQA Work Placement Resources

These SQA resources provide support to implement work placement opportunities.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 Developing the Young Workforce - Skills team event

​The DYW skills team hosted its fifth Young Persons' Conversation Day on Friday, 19 February 2016. This resource includes copies of the materials used that day.

LAST UPDATED: 13th August 2019 DYW senior phase developments - Foundation Apprenticeships (FAs)

Find out more about Foundation Apprenticeships.

LAST UPDATED: 12th December 2019 Work placements and work-related learning

Explore the context of work placement and work-related learning activity in Scotland’s establishments.

LAST UPDATED: 11th December 2019 DYW – Interesting Practice: A whole school approach to enterprise and employability education - Bonhill Primary

​This exemplar outlines some of the projects that helped Bonhill Primary school become one of the finalists at the Scottish Education Awards 2016.

LAST UPDATED: 11th December 2019 DYW Interesting practice: Inspirational learning delivered in partnership - Calderglen High School

​All faculties at Calderglen High School actively collaborate with partners to develop and deliver a curriculum that supports the development of pupils’ employability and career management skills.

LAST UPDATED: 11th December 2019 DYW Interesting Practice: ‘Angus Works’ – Extended work placements for senior phase pupils

​Angus Works is an extended work placements programme, open to all S4-S6 pupils across Angus.