Edinburgh Guarantee Schools Bulletin
Welcome to the Edinburgh Guarantee Schools Bulletin. Each week we will be highlighting the opportunities currently available through the Edinburgh Guarantee.
Please find attached this week’s Schools Bulletin at the bottom of this page within the Career Opportunities Section and is also available on the Parents and Teachers page on the Edinburgh Guarantee website.
We have lots of interesting entry level jobs, Modern Apprenticeships and traineeship positions, some of which require very few qualifications and are suitable for those who have left or are about to leave school. Please feel free to pass on to anyone who would benefit from this.
The Edinburgh Guarantee exists to make sure that every school leaver in Edinburgh will leave school with the choice of a job, Further Education or training opportunity.
Would you like to:
✔find out about available opportunities for you?
✔understand Edinburgh’s job market?
✔explore your options on leaving school?
✔find out where to get help to get into employment, education, or training?
For answers to these questions, please visit our website www.edinburghguarantee.org nbu where you should Register, complete your Member Profile, sign up for Job Alerts and apply for the Current Opportunities advertised in this bulletin.
If you would like to speak to one of the Edinburgh Guarantee team to find out more about any of the opportunities, please call Susie on 529 3257 or Sheena on 529 3525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Edinburgh Guarantee has a page so now we can talk to you even more.
us for information about jobs and events.
Get your career moving in 2015
If you want to get your career moving in 2015, My World of Work is here to help. The award-winning web service from Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is packed with advice to help those thinking about finding a new job, making a change, or looking to get motivated for the career year ahead. My World of Work’s Get Moving pages have information on everything from course choices to Modern Apprenticeships, as well as top tips on CV’s, application forms and interview techniques. For young people aged 16 to 25 living in Scotland there’s also the chance to win up to £1000 of travel vouchers, to help get their career moving in the right direction this year. The prize, in partnership with Young Scot Extra, can be used to pay for driving lessons, buy a new bike, or pay for a train, bus or ferry pass to get to work, go to an interview, or attend college, university or training. The winner can choose the travel prize that will benefit their career the most.
To access My World of Work click here
To access Apprenticeships in Scotland click here
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