London, United Kingdom, February 03, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- One year on from the launch of the Youth Employment Strategy and following the introduction of the Post-16 Education (Scotland) Bill in November 2012, this conference, taking place in Edinburgh on the 19th March 2013, examines the current landscape for the Post-16 Reform in Scotland. Attend to gain insight into the plans to overhaul the provision and delivery of services to ensure learners are put at the centre and have access to pathways into education, training and employment.
You will hear about the legislative agenda and the progress key organisations have made towards achieving employment initiatives, approaches to engagement and integrated working with the local economy.
Senior practitioners will address pertinent themes including:
• Opportunities for All and improving inclusion of disengaged young people into training and employment
• The regionalisation of Scotland’s colleges and how this will improve further education provision for young people
• The funding frameworks for further and higher education and widening access for disadvantaged students
• Utilising Getting Ready to Work Schemes and Modern Apprenticeships to increase the employability options for young people
• Partnership approaches with businesses, colleges and schools to create local destinations for school leavers
Attend to hear how this agenda is moving forward from the key stakeholders at the forefront of this reform and ensure your post-16 provision is aligned with the national developmentsand that you are supporting the young people in your area.
More Information: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/education/full-conferences/article/post-16-reform-scotland.html?code=SMMK
Contact: Richard Goddard, email@example.com, 020 7960 7719