Angus Works is an extended work eplacements programme, open to all S4-S6 pupils across Angus. The programme has been developed by the Education Business Liaison Offers in collaboration with the DYW strategic group and employers across the authority and is implemented by the council’s Skills for Work coordinators. The programme runs for 22 weeks (August – April) and forms part of the pupils timetable. Each young person is engaged one-day a week within an identified role within Angus Council, supported by a mentor.
Angus Works is an important way to help all young people to enhance their learning and develop as confident individuals, successful learners, responsible citizens and effective contributors. It will provide them with skills they will use throughout their lives in learning, life and work. It is key to the programme that young people are involved in “real-life” meaningful tasks and projects during their placement, supporting skills development and giving them an accurate insight into that role/career.
All young people engaged with the programme have the opportunity to undertake an accredited Personal Development Unit, delivered and supported by Angus Council’s Skills Team.
- Angus Council’s commitment to developing the young workforce.
- Providing meaningful opportunities for work experience.
- Preparing our young people for their future in our community.
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