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Developing the Young Workforce: annual report 2014-15

Published: 9 Dec 2015
Part of:
Education, Work and skills
ISBN:
9781785448836

The first annual report on Scotland's youth employment strategy, setting out progress in year one of implementing the seven-year programme.

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Contents
Developing the Young Workforce: annual report 2014-15
ANNEX B

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ANNEX B

Developing the Young Workforce: early implementation budgets – breakdown for 2014-15 and planned breakdown for 2015-16

The Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce programme budget for 2014-15 was £12 million, broken down as follows:

Activity

Delivered by

Budget

Developing pathways for young people into sustained and quality jobs that align with local circumstances and labour market.

Local Government

Distributed across all authorities. The breakdown can be seen here.

£6.5m

Skills package including development of advanced and foundation apprenticeships.

Skills Development Scotland

£3m

Establishing new regional employer partnerships.

DYW Regional Groups

£0.1m

Implementing a new accolade for employers.

Investors in People

£0.5m

Supporting the college sector’s approach to planning for DYW delivery.

Scottish Funding Council – colleges

£0.5m

Developing resources to support young people towards work.

Education Scotland

£0.5m

Running the seven year programme at a national level.

Scottish Government

£0.9m

Total

£12m

The Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce programme budget for 2015-16 is £16.6 million, planned breakdown as follows:

Activity

Delivered by

Budget

Developing pathways for young people into sustained and quality jobs that align with local circumstances and labour market.

Local Government

Distributed across all authorities. The breakdown can be seen here.

£5.8m

Funding a skills package including the development of advanced and foundation apprenticeships and an enhanced careers offer.

Skills Development Scotland

£5.3m

Establishing new DYW regional employer partnerships and related activity and continued support for the Investors in Young People Accolade.

DYW Regional Groups, Investors in People

£2.75m

Supporting the college sector’s approach to planning for DYW delivery.

Scottish Funding Council – colleges

£1m

Developing resources to support young people towards work.

Education Scotland

£0.5m

Running the seven year programme at a national level.

Scottish Government

£1.25m

Total

£16.6m

ANNEX C


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