Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) North East makes it easier for employers to connect with young people in schools and colleges across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
It’s a team effort to support young people to prepare for the world of work. Through DYW, employers can provide inspirational opportunities for young people to help them understand and develop the skills they need.
27 February 2024
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The Young Person’s Guarantee aims to connect every 16-24 year old in Scotland to an opportunity - from a job or apprenticeship, to further or higher education, training or volunteering.
For employers, the Young Person's Guarantee is a great tool for planning and structuring their activities with young people.
DYW North East plays a key part in the delivery of the Young Person’s Guarantee.
Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) North East has made three new appointments to its board, extending the breadth and depth of its expertise across key sectors and disciplines.
Claxton Engineering Services has a history of offering opportunities for young people. Neil McKinnon, Global Resources Manager, explains why supporting the next generation is a priority from both an organisational and personal perspective.
Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) North East will reinforce its support for employers and young people in 2024 after strengthening its team with the creation of a new key role and several appointments.