Find out how Max handled leaving school and trying various options before finding the option that worked for him.
From our SDS Edinburgh colleagues.
SouthE Edin Opps (59)
I would be really grateful if you could share this link with your contacts in relation to a vacancy at New Horizons, it has just gone live this morning with a closing date of 17th November, thank you in advance.
Salary: £24,650 per annum
Location: East Lothian
Contract/Hours: Permanent / Full Time – 37 hours per week (4 week rolling rota, days, evenings and some weekends)
Benefits: 29 days annual leave PLUS bank holidays, Blue Light card, excellent training and developments opportunities, professional qualifications, excellent training and development opportunities, flexible maternity, adoption and paternity packages, up to 7% employer contribution pension, discount portal with your favourite brands.
Locality Service Manager
Lothian and Borders Cluster
Mobile 07771963042| Robert.email@example.com
Registered Manager, Action for Children, East Lothian New Horizons Housing Service, 2 Florabank Road, Haddington , EH41 3LJ
Tel:01620 829807 [@actionforchildren|actionforchildren.org.uk
Action for Children EH1 c/o Edinburgh Young Peoples Service, City Chambers,, Level 10, High Street, Edinburgh
Tel: 0131 529 670 [@actionforchildren|actionforchildren.org.uk
Scottish Borders CHIMES Service, Action for Children, Unit 10a Galabank Mill Business Park, Galashiels, TD1 1PR
Tel: 01896750173 [@actionforchildren|actionforchildren.org.uk
During your 5-year apprenticeship with InterGen, we will support you in gaining
your professional accounting qualification (ACCA) in partnership with the Scottish Apprenticeship, Government backed scheme which pays you to study as well as offering real world work experience and support along the way.
On completion you will have both a MAcc degree in Accountancy and Chartered Accountant status along with five years of work experience.
From our Edinburgh SDS colleagues.
Meet Michael, a former North Berwick High student as he tells about ‘not being great’ in S6, moving onto college, then a degree, counselling and a masters course. He also gives his experience of using his dyslexia as a motivation factor in his choices.
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