Skills Development Scotland have launched their new resource My World of Work for Parents. The website helps parents guide their children's career path from as early as 13 years of age, and supports parents in finding out what subjects would best suit their child. Parents can then help develop their child's skills and give the right advice on his/her education and career path.
My World of Work for Parents was developed in response to research that revealed Parents find it difficult to provide their children with career and learning advice, and are unaware of the resources available to them. The site offers parents everything they need to know from key dates for applications for modern apprenticeships to university open days.
The official website of the Scottish Government, the devolved government for Scotland.
The Care Inspectorate was created by Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010. It is the national body responsible for regulating care services throughout Scotland.
Developing partnerships between parents and schools.
Education Scotland is the lead organisation for the development and support of the Scottish curriculum. It works with the Scottish Government and education authorities to take forward the national education improvement agenda.
The SSSC is responsible for registering people who work in social services in Scotland and regulating their education and training.
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