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 Scotland’s inclusive economic performance (2019) The Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework (NPF) was refreshed in June 2018, with the aim to provide ‘a focus and direction for policy action across the public sector as a whole’. The N...
 Evaluation of Edinburgh Waterfront EWRC (2007) The Edinburgh Waterfront Recruitment Centre (EWRC) was established to link employment opportunities generated through the waterfront development to the need for jobs amongst local people in North Edin...
 Review and forward plan for the Opportunity Gateway Learning Network: interim report - the Opportunity Gateway Partnership (2007) The Learning Network, now known as the Opportunity Gateway Learning Network, was established by Scottish Enterprise Grampian in 1998 to address the needs of families and individuals in disadvantaged a...
 Evaluation of New Jobs for Glasgow 2: final report (2007) The New Jobs for Glasgow 2 (NJFG2) aimed to create new or expanded social enterprise jobs by: using established intermediate labour market models; identifying new job growth areas; and demonstrating h...
 Comparison of the value for money from labour market programmes (2007) The evaluation looked at existing information on labour market programmes operating in Glasgow and the West of Scotland: ‘Glasgow Works’ and ‘Training for Work’. Comparison between labour market progr...
 Get Ready for Work programme evaluation: final report (2006) Get Ready for Work (GRFW) is the enterprise network’s national labour market access intervention for young people aged between 16 and 18 with additional support needs (ASN). It aims to provide improve...
 A review of Scottish Enterprise Lanarkshire’s Aftercare and Supported Level 2 Pilot (2005) Aftercare is the concept of helping participants on employability schemes progress in work after the initial transition into work. The Scottish Enterprise (SE) Lanarkshire Aftercare and Supported Leve...
 East Renfrewshire Jobs Action Team: interim evaluation (2005) The rationale for the Jobs Action Team (JAT) was to use a pro-active approach to engage people not currently in mainstream employment or training programmes, particularly those resident in the Social ...
 Evaluation of “Ontowork”: final report (version 4) (2005) Ontowork aimed to: provide a range of flexible, practical, client-focused services; encourage and support unemployed people to return to the labour market, education and training; actively work with p...
 Get Ready for Work Exit Pack: evaluation report for Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian (2005) The Get Ready for Work (GRfW) Exit Pack aimed to improve positive outcome rates and job sustainability; provide ongoing support for GRfW clients once they have left the programme; encourage them to re...
 Training and Employment Grants Scheme (TEGS) 2002-04: final evaluation report (2005) The Training and Employment Grants Scheme (TEGS) aimed to: increase employment opportunities for the long-term unemployed; enhance employability amongst this group; change business attitudes to traini...
 Evaluation of the New Futures Fund initiative (2005) The New Futures Fund (NFF) takes a holistic approach to employability enhancement, aiming to assist the most disadvantaged target client groups, furthest removed from the labour market, to develop the...
 Edinburgh Enterprise Campaign, 2002 - 2004 evaluation: final report (2004) The aim of the Edinburgh Enterprise Campaign (EEC) was to: promote attitudinal and cultural change to enterprise among excluded groups; encourage training and education activity in local areas; and de...
 Get into ENTERPRISE: a review (2004) Get into ENTERPRISE, a Scottish-wide personal development programme, aimed to help tackle barriers that contribute to social exclusion. It encourages individuals to develop the knowledge, experience a...
 The Pool Charitable Trust: evaluation (2004) In 2000, Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian (SEEL), the City of Edinburgh Council and financial services companies set up the Pool Charitable Trust, the first of ten Employment Academies coveri...
 Lothian Tourism Recruitment and Retention Programme: evaluation 2002-04 (2004) In September 2002, Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian (SEEL) subcontracted the delivery of their Tourism Recruitment and Retention Programme to Springboard Scotland. The programme’s aims were t...
 Training for Work: final evaluation (2003) Training for Work (TfW) is a voluntary training and employability programme for long-term unemployed adults over the age of 25, run by Scottish Enterprise Tayside (SET). Trainees are helped to find jo...
 Evaluation of Positive Futures: report to Glasgow Inclusiveness Strategy Group (2003) The Positive Futures ‘inclusiveness project’ aimed to establish strategic, operational and funding partnerships between the key agencies that engage with young people and provide key worker support th...
 Glasgow Works – evaluation of sustainability of outcomes: final report (2003) Glasgow Works aimed to tackle Glasgow’s problem of long-term unemployment. The evaluation aimed to establish the level of job outcomes from Glasgow Works and their sustainability, from a sample of lea...
 Final report – Arbroath Employment and Training Initiative (2003) Arbroath Employment and Training Initiative, run by Claverhouse, aimed to: provide a range of activities for long term unemployed residents to enhance employability; identify suitable job vacancies in...
 Ayrshire Business in the Community: evaluation report (2003) Ayrshire Business in the Community (AbiC) was established in early 2000 as a partnership involving Scottish Enterprise Ayrshire (SEA) and the Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), supporte...
 Glasgow Challenge Projects: evaluation – final report (2003) The Glasgow Challenge pilot projects helped to move Glasgow’s social excluded, mainly people on ‘non-Job Seekers Allowance’ (JSA), into employment. It aimed to improve the links and progression betwee...
 Training and Employment Grants Scheme evaluation: revised final report (2003) SEFV’s Training and Employment Grants Scheme (TEGS) aimed to: increase employment opportunities for the long-term unemployed; increase long-term employability; change business attitudes to training an...
 Alloa Initiative Partnership evaluation: a report for the Alloa Initiative Partnership (2003) The Alloa Initiative Partnership aimed to bring benefits in terms of employment creation and economic regeneration for the Clackmannanshire and wider Forth Valley areas, while also assisting Tesco Sto...
 Scottish Enterprise’s contribution to economic inclusion: final report (2003) Scottish Enterprise’s contribution to economic inclusion aimed to narrow the gap between the Scottish and other comparative economies; and spread the benefits of growth. The evaluation aimed to genera...
 Social Economy Growth Programme: an evaluation (2003) The pilot Social Economy Growth Programme (SEGP) aimed to strengthen the existing social economy and act as a as a transitional ‘year’ of support to help Scottish Enterprise Glasgow (SEG) move closer ...
 Jones and Campbell PACE response evaluation (2003) The Forth Valley Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (FV PACE) team aimed to respond to the closure of the Jones and Campbell Foundry in Larbert, Stirlingshire and ensure that alternative rou...
 Adult Guidance report (2002) The Adult Guidance service, run under the Scottish Enterprise Renfrewshire (SER) contract with Renfrewshire Careers Partnership (RCPL), aimed to provide a service to young people and adults, using eco...
 Interim evaluation of the Computer Network Training programme: report (2002) The Computer Network Training (CNT) programme aimed to offer retraining in computer skills to unemployed residents of Forth Valley and to provide a supply of scarce information and communications tech...
 Employment Academy for the healthcare sector in Lothian: good practice report (2002) Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian (SEEL) worked in partnership with the City of Edinburgh Council, among others, to develop the Health Care Academy, the aim of which was to provide demand-led ...
 Glasgow Works strategic review: final report (2002) The Glasgow Works programme aimed to introduce an Intermediate Labour Market (ILM) approach, with a wider range of activities available to the long-term unemployed, and the devolution of project deliv...
 New Futures Fund Initiative: evaluation of management and operation - final report (2002) The New Futures Fund Initiative (NFFI) aimed to target problems of social exclusion and disadvantage, particularly in relation to the labour market in Scotland, and support the development of a cohere...
 Training for Tomorrow: evaluation (2001) Scottish Enterprise Borders (SEB) launched the Training Initiative for Redundant Staff in 1998 in response to large-scale redundancies in the area. It was renamed Training for Tomorrow (TfT) in May 19...