If you work in the Seafood Industry, this could be the perfect stepping stone for your career.
The Seafood Business Improvement Project offers short courses. These will help you build on your current skills or develop new ones.
To learn more, visit seafoodscotland.org or contact Claire Campbell via email at email@example.com
This programme helps individuals employed in the Tourism and Hospitality Sectors recover from the pandemic.
You can take part in three categories - Supervisor, Manager and Leader. The programme will give you the skills and knowledge to make an impact on the industry.
To find out more, contact David Cochrane via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A taster programme in Childcare is available to introduce you to the sector. You’ll develop the skills needed to help young children grow and learn.
The programme is designed to prepare people for the world of work in Childcare. You could gain a qualification at the end of your course and you’ll be ready to progress your career.
For more information, call Skills Development Scotland on 0800 917 8000 or speak to your DWP Work Coach. You can also visit childcarecareersscotland.scot.
SULSA, together with a range of training providers, are delivering a series of introductory courses. The courses will help develop both your practical skills and theoretical knowledge and are designed in partnership with industry.
If you’re thinking about a career within the industry or are already employed in the sector and would like to further your skills and knowledge find out more at www.sulsa.ac.uk/skills-training or contact Laura Zoch, Project Co-ordinator at Laura.Zoch@glasgow.ac.uk.