Who’s where in Scottish learning & skills?

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The fifth annual Informed Scotland Organisations & People Special has just been published to coincide with the start of the 2017–18 academic session.

It provides a snapshot of a busy and ever-changing learning & skills landscape.

Each year we add more items – this year there are links to over 330 organisations, up from 280 in 2016 and more than twice as many as in the first edition in 2013.

Subscribers find it a useful directory of the main bodies and institutions operating across business, education, community & adult learning, government and wider society, including:

  • Sector-specific skills bodies
  • Local authority education departments
  • Colleges & universities
  • Teacher education institutions
  • Developing the Young Workforce regional groups
  • Knowledge exchange & innovation centres

There have been many changes since we published the 2016 edition, including new organisations, new appointments, retirements and closures. We’ve also added a few new sections to the Special, including one that lists subject teacher associations and networks.

It was interesting to observe the growing variation of titles for local authority heads of education – although our award for the most inventive job title has to go to a ‘Chief Entrepreneuring Officer’ in the business, employment & enterprise section…

All new subscribers receive a copy – join the growing list and stay well informed.

Become an Informed Scotland subscriber so you can keep on top of all the developments.
Email info@ajenterprises.co.uk to request a sample copy of the monthly digest or complete and return the order form.

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