As promised here’s some general information on Gaelic and Gaelic careers which you may find useful for the forthcoming European Day of Languages from Angela NicIlleBhràigh, www.bord-na-gaidhlig.org.uk
. Further information can also be found on the following websites:
www.airsplaoid.co.uk (has some fun e-cards etc)
26 September 2007 is the European Day of Languages for more information visit SCILT
This blogs supports the EDL and will post information and contacts whenever possible. Please send any information, comments, sites or activities you are planning and they will be posted here.
Want to find out more about the work of NASA?
This is resource guide for parents anyone responsible for working with young people with Additional Support Needs in Edinburgh and Lothians.
The accelerated programme is designed for graduates of any discipline who wish to train as a doctor, and others whose prior professional experience matriculates them for entry.
Kay Engineering, Unit 3, Macmerry Industrial Estate, Tel: 01875 616190 are going to recruit an apprentice and will be advertising in local paper (probably EL News) but would also appreciate it if school CAs/guidance staff could refer any suitable pupils/leavers they identify as being interested.
- 4y apprenticeship
- In-house training with Company’s own Certificate awarded
- Requirements: Interest in metalwork and welding. Obvious motivation and enthusiasm. No formal quals. necessary.
Young People to phone Lorraine Davis at company to arrange interview.
The company is small – 4 employees – but has a lot of business. It’s not easy to find – it’s situated to the left of Hart Builders up through two sets of double gates and is on the right-hand side in a huge shed.
Why should young people have all the fun?
Check out www.gapyearforgrownups.co.uk
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