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Stores Assistant (Modern Apprentice), Dornoch

Post Title:    Stores Assistant (Modern Apprenticeship)Employer: Highland CouncilLocation:     DornochHours:         35 Hours Per Week Duration:     Fixed Term (18 months)Salary:         £17,799.60 –  £22,240.40 p.a. Closing date: 17/01/2022 During the apprenticeship the successful applicant will undertake the following qualification: SVQ in Warehousing, Storage

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The National Teen Book Club

The Speakers for Schools four-week National Teen Book Club programme begins on January 19th, 3.30-4.30pm, and gives students the opportunity to:  Meet the UK’s top writers, literary agents and journalists, including Kit De Waal, champion of working-class writers; Jo Unwin, literary agent to Charlie Brooker and Richard

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Stakeholder Engagement Survey – Employers

Developing they Young Workforce (DYW) are developing a suite of national DYW offers for schools to complement what already exists. Our aim is to provide a universal DYW offer and equity of access for all young people in Scotland. A universal DYW offer would support those employers who

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Stakeholder Engagement Survey – Educators

Developing they Young Workforce (DYW) are developing a suite of national DYW offers for schools to complement what already exists. Our aim is to provide a universal DYW offer and equity of access for all young people in Scotland. Employer engagement in schools has a positive impact on

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Discover! Creative Careers is now Live!

Discover! Creative Careers inspires, informs and supports students and young people interested in gaining an insightinto the roles that exist across the various sub-sectors of the UK’s creative and cultural industries. It helps young people and their teachers, parents/carers discover the range of jobs and

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