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KPMG360 Apprenticeship Programme

At KPMG, our range of KPMG360° rotational apprenticeship programmes offer you the opportunity to work with a variety of clients across different industries, using innovative approaches and new technologies to help businesses to improve the way they work. You’ll gain broad work experience and develop your skills, whilst working towards a professional qualification and earning a salary.

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RBS Careers event

Fantastic event for schools coming up in Edinburgh with RBS to encourage young people, particularly girls, to consider doing a Modern Apprenticeship with RBS.
RBS will recruit around 50 MAs this year so there are vast opportunities for young people to get a job with them!

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Action On Hearing Loss “Money Management Course”

Do you know of anyone aged 16-25 who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing who would benefit from attending our Money Management course?

Wednesday 14th March 2018
13:30 – 16:30
NDCS Meeting Room, 2nd Floor, Empire House, West Nile Street, Glasgow, G1 2RX.

Please retain public transport receipts e.g. bus or train tickets and Action on Hearing Loss will reimburse you.

What’s involved in this course:

· Bank Accounts – Opening an account and the benefits of this to you in managing your money
· Credit Scores – How do these affect you?
· Budgeting – Can you better manage your budget?
· Savings – Saving and ways to actively save money.
· Understanding payslips and starting work.

For BSL version of this poster please see Moving On Scotland Facebook page/YouTube channel.


23 February 2018

Try Buzz here

We are going to use:

Plickers here
Kahoot here
Polleverywhere here

The SDS website can be accessed here
My World of Work can accessed here

Our school services
Guide to Careers Services in Schools for parents

Local Service Delivery.
Presentation here

Career Management Skills

SDS Buzz Groupwork

Buzz short for Kings Manor

Direction is important here

Here’s what 14 year old students think of learning languages here

Some resources you can use:
MWOW here
Planitplus here
Degree level careers with languages here
SCILT here

Drawing the Future

Education and Employers, today launched a landmark report, Drawing the Future, which revealed that the difference between children’s career aspirations from age seven to 17 are marginal, and too often based on gender stereotypes, socio-economic backgrounds and by TV, film and radio. The report also shows that some sectors vital for economic health look set to be badly under-resourced in future.