News and Insights
News and Insights
News and Insights
Read our latest news, insights and case studies, or find events, local apprenticeships and job opportunities.
S2 Pupils Roll Up Their Sleeves for Hospitality Take Over Event
Some of Fife’s finest food suppliers, including Buffalo Farm and Balgove Larder, gave their time and expertise for free at Fife College’s recent Food, Drink and Hospitality Takeover Event, targeting S2 pupils from High Schools all over Fife.
Three-day virtual work experience with BAM Construction
Four young people from Bell Baxter High School recently attended the BAM Construction virtual work experience. They gained an insight into the multifaceted industry of construction. Understanding design, engineering, marketing & communication and all the behind scenes elements it takes to create a successful business.
STEM Engagement at Woodmill
The Royal Navy STEM Outreach team recently attended Woodmill High School to help the school to increase awareness of STEM applications within a number of settings, give young people hands-on experience using different kit and consider their applications within a Submarine.
Waid Academy’s Annual Christmas Fair Returns
For the first time since Covid, Waid Academy recently held its Christmas Fair and Coffee Morning.
Future Asset competition
From September to December 2022, five S3 students from Viewforth High School competed in the Future Asset competition.
St Columba’s Career and Pathway Event
St Columba’s High School held a career and pathway event with attendance from employers including an array of businesses across Fife.
Career Insights for St Andrews HS Pupils
St Andrews High School was lucky to be the only school in Fife offered the opportunity to have the Depute Director from the Bank of England come to the school to deliver career talks.
Budding Painters & Decorators at the Trades Hub
The DYW sessions in the five Special Schools in Fife continue to thrive with young people exploring and taking part in a wide range of activities, careers and opportunities.
TechnipFMC Site Visit
A group of Queen Anne High School’s S2 pupils along with some of its S5 STEM leaders visited TechnipFMC in Dunfermline. TechnipFMC is a worldwide organisation who are global leaders in energy technologies.
Site Visit to Victoria Hospital’s Elective Orthopaedic Centre
On Tuesday 6 December 2022, 12 of Queen Anne High School’s S4 Practical Trade Skills students went on an excursion to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy.
Armed Forces Career Workshops
At the beginning of December a group of pupils from three DYW Public Support Service (PSS) centres in Fife enjoyed a visit from the British Army in Glenrothes. The team from the Armed Forces Career Office came to talk through the different roles available within the army and gave an insight into army life and their own personal journeys.
Pupils at Madras College recently attended a career workshop with a twist, spending the day on a journey of self-discovery to learn more about how their personality fits in different professional environments.
Engineering Pathways with GMM Pfaudler
Jake is one of our leading pupils in the Department of Design, Engineering and Technology (DET) and was the winner of the GMM Pfaudler Sponsored Engineering Award in June 2022.
Apprenticeship Skills workshop
Eight pupils from S4-S6 at Inverkeithing High School visited Fife Council Building Services in Kirkcaldy to learn about how to apply for Apprenticeships.
Speed-Dating: From School to STEM
Local employers were welcomed into Dunfermline High School to take part in a speed-dating style activity where small groups of S2 pupils moved between tables of different employers, learning what each employer's company does and what they are looking for in new recruits.
The Power of Language
Former Balwearie High School pupil, Ryan McCue, joined S3 pupils to discuss the power of language in business and how it's helped him found his export company Food Export International.
New Appointment to the DYW Fife Board
Melanie Watt has been appointed to the Developing the Young Workforce Fife board, further enhancing the expertise of the leadership team.
Creative Careers Week 2022
Following 2021’s successful pilot programme, Developing the Young Workforce (DYW), Creative & Cultural Skills (CCSkills), and Historic Environment Scotland (HES) will be shining a spotlight on careers in the creative and cultural industries in Creative Careers Week 2022.
Career & Pathway Events
Schools in Fife have a number of Career and Pathways events scheduled over the coming months and are looking for local employers, apprenticeship/training providers, colleges, universities and third sector organisations to support.
Mentoring Young People – Employer Information Session
Mentoring a young person can not only have a life-changing impact for the individual but is also an invaluable way for young people to develop the skills, confidence and aspirations they need for their future success.
Guided Start in Construction Skills
The Community Trade Hub in Buckhaven collaborated with Waid Academy and offered a small group of Waid Academy pupils the chance to take part in their Guided Start programme in Construction Skills.
Careers in Languages for St Andrews HS Pupils
The languages department at St Andrews High School has been keen to work with businesses to encourage pupils into a career where languages are essential, so when the event came up via Speakers for Schools on LinkedIn, it was the perfect opportunity.
Social Enterprise at Madras College
Social Enterprise Academy came into Madras College to speak to senior pupils about what they do. The intention was that interested pupils would learn what a social enterprise is and consider starting up one themselves. It was attended by over 60 S5 and S6 pupils over two sessions.
Building Futures at Inverkeithing HS
Inverkeithing High School recently had 120 pupils across S2 and S3 take part in a traditional trades skills day.
Deer Centre Work Experience
Four pupils from Glenrothes High school are currently undertaking work experience at the Scottish Deer Centre in Cupar, Fife.
Dunfermline HS Careers Fayre
Dunfermline High School hosted a Careers Fayre with over 60 employers and organisations attending. Representatives from each organisation had their own stand.
STEM Careers Evening at Balwearie HS
Balwearie High School held a STEM Careers Evening on Thursday 15 September. There was a fantastic turn out for the event, with around 180 young people, parents and carers present from various year groups.
National DYW Skills Academy Pilot
The DYW Skills Academy provides young people with the insight, knowledge, and skills they need to build their confidence and prepare for the world of work.
Cake, Coffee and Careers
On 16th June, DYW Fife hosted its Cake, Coffee and Careers session at Dunfermline Athletic Football Club.
Semefab Work Experience
Three of Glenrothes’ young people are currently undertaking summer work experience placements at Semefab.
Freshly ground coffee skills for Auchmuty pupils
Six of Auchmuty High School’s young people recently got the opportunity to gain some employability skills through professional Barista training and a week-long work placement in a local coffee shop.
STEM Futures at Napier University
On 8th May twenty-five S3 students from Viewforth High School visited Napier University Schools of Engineering and Computing in Edinburgh to participate in Science and Technology based workshops.
Removing barriers to gain successful work experience
Michael Phimister is a student at Rosslyn School in Kirkcaldy and since August 2021 he has been participating in an employment project specifically designed for young people with complex additional support needs. Michael has been successfully learning about different careers and developing his employability skills during weekly sessions.
Madras Leadership Development
Madras Leadership Development The Centre for Educational Enhancement and Development (CEED) provided a leadership event at Madras college which was attended by 100 of our S6 pupils as part of a transition day. The aims ... Read More
Promoting STEM careers at Lochgelly High School
Promoting STEM careers at Lochgelly High School 120 of Lochgelly High School’s young people recently took part in the Fife STEM Connectability Festival which focused on promoting STEM as a career choice for our young ... Read More
Gaining Valuable Work Experience
Gaining Valuable Work Experience At Kirkcaldy High School, our Pupil Support Officer got in touch with a local Salvation Army charity shop to see if one of our pupils who was becoming disengaged with school ... Read More
Westrigg Windfarm Project
A new pilot programme, funded by Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Fife and the Interreg RIGHT project, and supported by Fife Council Employability Service and Culture of Enterprise, has been launched enabling 60 pupils from four of Fife’s high schools to gain an introduction into the construction sector.
12 of Inverkeithing High School’s S3 pupils recently took part in the Reimagining Inverkeithing Project in partnership with Emma Griffiths from Fife Historic Buildings Trust.
Architect Work Experience
S6 pupil Marika Urbanksa at Dunfermline High School is currently working on building a portfolio for Art School acceptance into Architecture.
Linking the worlds of school and work with Balwearie pupils
Linking the worlds of school and work with Balwearie pupils A group of six S3 pupils at Balwearie High School recently had a visit from Allan Ferguson Bespoke Carpentry and Joinery. Allan is a key ... Read More
Case Study: F.I.F.E Fife Industry Facilitates Educators
F.I.F.E Fife Industry Facilitates Educators Businesses from across Fife and beyond hosted secondary school teachers recently as part of F.I.F.E - Fife Industry Facilitates Educators. The initiative was developed in recognition that educators are one ... Read More
Case Study: Volunteering Opportunities for Hyndhead Pupils
Three of the young people at Hyndhead are approaching the end of their time at school and the project has been providing opportunities to volunteer and gain valuable experience.
Case Study: LET’S Go Fife
During the month of May, DYW Fife delivered a bespoke LET’S Go Fife (Leavers Employability Transitions Sessions) programme in partnership with employers and stakeholders to young people across seven of the Fife schools.
Made in Fife is back for 2022
Made in Fife is back for 2022 Following the success of the first Made in Fife campaign last year, Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Fife are once again on the lookout for volunteers and nominations ... Read More
Case Study: Author Visit at Queen Anne High School
Author Visit Funding from the Scottish Book Trust's Live Literature Programme enabled Queen Anne High School to invite author Chris Brookmyre to the school to speak to Advanced Higher English pupils. To obtain the funding, ... Read More
Case Study: Building Survey at Queen Anne High School
Aspiring Archaeologists Volunteers from Queen Anne High School were invited to join Northlight Heritage to carry out a standing building survey of the Friary in Inverkeithing. The detailed survey would uncover many tantalising clues to ... Read More
Case Study: Army Apprenticeships at Madras College
Army Apprenticeships Sgt Derek Vaughan, an Armed Forces Career Advisor recently visited Madras College to share information on the range of apprenticeships available through the Army. The session was attended by a total of 20 ... Read More
Case Study: Thirst Craft at Dunfermline High School
Getting Crafty with Dunfermline High School Kirsty Struthers, a graphic designer, and Thirst Craft, a drinks packaging design company in Glasgow, recently briefed our S3 art and design pupils with a live graphic design project. ... Read More
Case Study: Future Assets at Dunfermline High School
Future Assets Investment Competition Six of Dunfermline High School’s S6 pupils recently took part in the Future Assets Investment Competition run by Future Asset and supported by Rathbone Investment Management Limited. The competition focuses on ... Read More
Case Study: Bread Baking at Auchmuty High School
Auchmuty Bakers The Home Economics department at Auchmuty High School deliver a NPA bakery and one of the units within this course is breadmaking. The students must produce certain bread Items that would be sellable, ... Read More
Case Study: Foundation Apprenticeships in Hospitality at Waid Academy
Working with Fife College, Waid Academy currently has five pupils studying a Level 4 Practical Cookery Foundation Apprenticeship (FA). This course enables those with a real talent and passion for cooking to learn the practical, ... Read More
Case Study: Engineering Insights for International Women’s Day 2022
On Tuesday 8th March 2022, 15 female pupils from Beath High School travelled to Babcock (Rosyth) to take part in an Insight Day visit as a showcase for International Women's Day. The pupils were treated ... Read More
Case Study: The learner journey, from college to cafe
The East Neuk coastal villages surrounding Waid Academy are a haven for tourists and foodies, with our local produce world renowned. The many cafés, hotels and restaurants in the area rely heavily on school pupils ... Read More
Case Study: Engineering Success with WES at Balwearie High School
Women’s Engineering Society (WES) hosted a virtual apprentice showcase event at Balwearie High School where they featured panels of current engineering apprentices from some of the biggest and best-known companies in the UK, including BAE ... Read More
Case Study: ‘Best of You’ mentoring for seven Beath High School pupils
Case Study: ‘Best of You’ mentoring for seven Beath High School pupils Mark Brown from MB Programmes recently attended Beath High School in December 2021 to deliver a series of workshops, talks, group challenges and ... Read More
Case Study: Engineering careers at TechnipFMC
TechnipFMC in Fife has long been a supporter of DYW Fife, and with links to various local schools, it has a long track record of delivering successful activities for pupils.
Apprenticeships Work: Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2022
Developing the Young Workforce in Fife is proudly supporting Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2022 (7 - 11 March) to demonstrate the value apprenticeships bring to young people, teams, employers and the economy. The theme of this ... Read More
Case Study: Fife PSS builds construction skills
A recent collaboration between The Community Trade Hub and Fife PSS, which supports some of the most vulnerable young people in Fife.
Visit Scotland and SDS: Pathways into Tourism
We sat down with DYW Board Member and Senior Tourism Insight Manager at Visit Scotland, Chris Greenwood, and Lawrence Durden, Tourism Industry Manager at Skills Development Scotland, to discuss careers for young people in the tourism sector and why this is important for the future of Fife.
Case Study: Balwearie pupils inspired by local filmmaker Lib Penman
Independent filmmaker, and Balwearie High School alumni, Lib Penman came to give a talk to pupils at Balwearie High School in Fife as part of its DYW activities.
Case Study: Madras College and Entrepreneur Me
S1 Madras College pupils took on a series of activities to build their entrepreneurial skills with Entrepreneur Me
DDI: Digital Industry Partners for schools and Internet of Things
DYW Fife are working in collaboration with the Data Driven Innovation (DDI) team at the University of Edinburgh to support the rollout of the Internet of Things Sensor Networks.
DYW (Fife): Special Schools Pilot Project
Developing the Young Workforce (Fife) has created a unique pilot project to help explore the world of work with young people who have additional support needs and disabilities.
Case Study: Auchmuty High School and Lucky Ewe
Auchmuty High School pupils take on placements at Lucky Ewe, aiming to build skills, confidence and experience, and help them progress towards employment.
Beath High School take part in M&G Skills for Life programme
Students develop valuable employability skills and use the brand-new Skills for Life digital employability platform
Career Ready Case Studies: Rachel and Carrie
Carrie Lindsay of Fife Council tells her Career Ready story along with her mentee, Rachel Crouthers.
Career Ready Case Studies: Simon and Ruby
Simon Warren of Fife Council tells his Career Ready story along with his mentee, Ruby Barker.
Case Study: Woodmill High School
Case Study: Woodmill High School Despite having had more setbacks than most schools in a disruptive time for education across the UK, Woodmill High School has maintained its commitment to supporting its young people ... Read More
Trio of appointments to the DYW Fife Board bolsters the experience of the leadership team in Fife
We're pleased to announce a trio of appointments to our Board - Karen Lees, Andrew Latto and Gordon Reid.
Keith Partridge inspires Fife’s young people to achieve their dreams
Young people from across Fife were inspired and given an insight into learning, life and work, when Emmy-Award-Winning Cinematographer, Keith Partridge, 'popped' into their classrooms recently.
Creating opportunities for employers in the construction sector: Fife Historic Building Trust
Fife Historic Building Trust (FHBT) is delivering the Inverkeithing Heritage Regeneration project and offering employers two private sector modern apprenticeships in traditional skills can be funded at up to 50% in year one.
A brand new partnership to further strengthen links between business and education
We are delighted to share news of a new partnership between Fife Chamber, DYW Fife and Fife Council through the appointment of Amanda Liddell
Case Study: In The Footsteps of Kings
DYW Fife aims to promote programmes and projects that produce beneficial outcomes such as enhanced employability through skills development for young people and school leavers and businesses can tap into a wider range of recruitment ... Read More
An open letter to Scotland’s young people
An open letter to Scotland's young people: From Scotland's employers about their results #CommitmentToYOUth
Unlock the potential of your workforce: Graduate Apprenticeships from Heriot Watt University
Unlock the potential of your workforce: Find out about Graduate Apprenticeships from Heriot Watt University
Fife College: Building careers in construction
Fife College highlights the diverse roles and opportunities for young people in the construction industry
Fife College: Pushing to fill skills gap in digital sector
Fife College is encouraging those looking for a new start to consider a career in the digital sector to fill the current skills gap in this area.
DYW (Fife) releases new business insights films for Fife schools
DYW (Fife) is delighted to share a new suite of business insights films which highlight the opportunities for young people in a variety of businesses from Fife - Watch them now!
Made in Fife: DYW Fife launches campaign to recognise and celebrate diverse careers successes in Fife
Made In Fife | We're looking for volunteers (and nominations) to take part in a new regional campaign which showcases and celebrates successful careers and people from across Fife.
DYW Fife Employer Showcase: BAM Construction
Developing the Young Workforce works with employers like BAM Construction to create opportunities for young people in Fife.
Business Backing Talent: Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021
Developing the Young Workforce in Fife is supporting Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021 (1 – 5 March), co-ordinated by Skills Development Scotland, to demonstrate the value apprenticeships bring to individuals, employers and the economy. The DYW ... Read More
Case Study: Levenmouth Academy
As with many other secondary schools in Fife, Levenmouth Academy has developed a robust network of local businesses, partners and other agencies throughout its engagement with the Developing the Young Workforce programme in Fife. ... Read More
DYW Fife Employer Showcase: Diageo
Developing the Young Workforce works with employers like Diageo to create opportunities for young people in Fife.
New Year First Career
DYW Scotland have developed a range of sector specific virtual resources for S1s, S2s and S3s nationwide!
Fife pupil wins Cash For Kids competition in support of Mission Christmas with Tay FM
A creative S1 student at Bell Baxter High School has been announced as the winner of a competition to support the 'Mission Christmas’ Fundraising appeal from Cash For Kids.
DYW Live 2021
Location: Online Dates: Jan - March 2021 Welcome to DYW Live. e-Sgoil and Education Scotland have teamed up to work with a wide range of national partner organisations to create an exciting virtual learning ... Read More
Fife College New Start: Skills Boost and Accelerator Courses 2021
Location: Fife College Dates: Feb 2021 NEW SUITE OF COURSES LAUNCHED TO START 2021 ON A NEW PATH Fife College has launched a range of new courses to help individuals who have been impacted ... Read More
Heriot Watt: Built Environment Graduate Apprenticeships
Location: Online (link to register below) Dates: 5 November from 2 - 3pm Heriot Watt University is now offering January start dates for our Construction and the Built Environment Graduate Apprenticeships programme. We're now ... Read More
Heriot Watt: Data Science Graduate Apprenticeships
Location: Online (link to register below) Dates: 4 November from 1 - 2pm Heriot Watt University is now offering January start dates for our Data Science Graduate Apprenticeships programme. This webinar is an ideal ... Read More
Heriot Watt: Civil Engineering Graduate Apprenticeships
Location: Online (link to register below) Dates: 3 November Heriot Watt University is now offering January start dates for its Civil Engineering Graduate Apprenticeships programme. This webinar is an ideal opportunity to hear about ... Read More
Amey Inspire: Chat and Learn (Age group 14-18) Looking for ideas and opportunities to help kickstart your career? Amey want to help inspire the next generation of young people. Their ‘Chat and Learn’ gives ... Read More
Location: Online Dates: 5 - 25 November TechFest is an innovative charity which consistently provides quality STEM events and with over 35 years experience in promoting STEM subjects... and is delighted to bring you ... Read More
DYW: A job for everybody
#Ajobforeverybody From Monday 16th November 2020 we are very excited to officially launch DYW's #ajobforeverybody campaign! Aimed at employers, parents and young people, #ajobforeverybody intends to promote, illustrate and celebrate diversity and inclusion in ... Read More
Fife College: Former Foundation Apprentices awarded scholarships
Four Fife College students awarded a Foundation Apprenticeship Advancement Scholarship by the College’s Scholarship Programme, the Adam Smith Foundation.
Case Study: Balwearie High School
Through Developing the Young Workforce (Fife) and partnerships with local businesses, colleges and bodies, the team at Balwearie High School (BHS) coordinates and facilitates positive career destinations and contextualised learning opportunities to support pupils ... Read More
In The Footsteps of Kings project: Foundation Apprenticeship opportunity
This Foundation Apprenticeship in Business Skills will give candidates the opportunity to gain valuable business skills to aid them on their career journey. Candidates will learn about the different types of business, and the ... Read More
Young Scot: Young People’s Guarantee Workshop Jam
Location: Online Date: Saturday 3rd October 2020 Title: Young People's Guarantee Workshop Jam #YSHive is working with The Scottish Government to run this one day digital jam event for young people to influence the Young ... Read More
The new digital home for DYW Fife
Developing the Young Workforce has created a new digital home for DYW in Fife with the launch of a new website.
4 pupils, £4.00 and 4 weeks 4toFortune is a programme which is delivered by Fife Council's Economic Development team for school pupils of all ages and has been designed to allow it to be ... Read More
Workplace Equality Fund Learning Festival
Location: Online Date: 22 and 23 September 2020 Title: Workplace Equality Fund Learning Festival Impact Funding Partners is pleased to announce our 2020 Workplace Equality Fund Learning Festival will take place from Tuesday 22nd ... Read More
13 Foundation Apprentices honoured during virtual award ceremony
Thirteen Foundation Apprentices have been honoured at a Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Fife Foundation Apprenticeship Virtual Award Ceremony this week (8 September). Delivered in partnership with Fife College, Fife Council and Skills Development ... Read More
Social Enterprise Academy: Peer Support Events
Location: Online Date: Multiple Dates and topics available Title: Peer support for Education Practitioners Share, explore and develop social enterprise activity in schools within the current climate. Join our group session supported by one ... Read More
Delivering the Youth Guarantee
The Youth Guarantee: Giving every young person the chance to succeed. The Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Fiona Hyslop MSP, has announced further details on how the Youth Guarantee will give young people the ... Read More
Enable Scotland: The Co-operative (ad)Venture Project
Enable Scotland: The Co-operative (ad)Venture Project The Co-operative (ad)Venture Project is returning to Fife. However, this time, it wont be town specific like in previous cohorts. We are opening the project up to a ... Read More
The new Pathways web app
The New Pathways Web App allows students and school leavers to look up education options in one place. A new Web App that allows students and school leavers to look up further and higher ... Read More
DYW End-of-Day Blether Events
Location: Online Date: Multiple Dates and topics available Title: DYW End of Day Blethers Education Scotland are holding a series of themed blethers (available to book on the EventBrite website), which aim to create ... Read More
DYW (Fife) launches a new employability app for young people
Developing the Young Workforce in Fife (DYW Fife) is delighted to launch its new app to help young people to dive into the world of work, from wherever they are. Delivering as part of ... Read More
DYW Keyworker Campaign: Barry Smith
Graduate Mechanical Engineer and key worker, Barry Smith, is part of the Liquid Gas Equipment (LGE) mechanical team at Babcock’s Rosyth site. Originally from Crieff, the 33-year-old’s initial career was in the construction industry ... Read More
DYW Keyworker Campaign: Gordon Reid
Gordon Reid is the Business Development Manager at Re-Employ Fife. Based in Lochgelly, Re-Employ focus on providing employment opportunities to unemployed disabled people. This inclusive approach by Gordon and his team offers support while ... Read More
DYW Keyworker Campaign: Lori Davidson
Lori Davidson is a Childminder based in the town of Leslie, Fife. Having worked in Childcare for over 10 years, Lori began her career in a private nursery where she completed her SVQ 3 ... Read More
DYW Keyworker Campaign: Patrick O’Sullivan
For the past nine years Patrick has worked within the engineering sector as a CNC Setter/Operator and Training Instructor with Glenrothes based manufacturer of precision metal work Fife Fabrication (FiFab). His initial attraction to ... Read More
DYW Keyworker Campaign: Stuart Bowman
Apprentice Welder, Stuart Bowman, is among the key workers at Babcock’s Rosyth site during the COVID-19 pandemic. For the last three years, the 26-year-old from Cowdenbeath has been training as a Coded Welder in ... Read More
DYW Keyworker Campaign: Viv Hunter
For the past 10 years Viv has been an Advanced Healthcare Support Worker with NHS Fife, based at the Victoria Hospital in Fife within the Acute Medical Admissions Unit. Viv is the first port ... Read More
Helping businesses reap rewards
Developing Young Workforce (DYW) is an employer led, regional group (as part of a national initiative and the Scottish Government’s Youth Employment strategy), set up to connect local employers with schools and young people. ... Read More
Case Study: Glenwood High School
Glenwood High School in Fife has developed a strong network of local businesses, partners and bodies throughout its engagement with the Developing the Young Workforce programme in Fife. They started with a keen focus ... Read More
Case Study: Kirkcaldy High School
Kirkcaldy High School (KHS) in Fife has worked hard to embrace the full spectrum of options out there for young people moving into the world of work from school, and its team of passionate ... Read More
Raising attainment with Foundation Apprenticeships
Working through the Employability Team at Fife Council, DYW (Fife) has been part of a new and innovative pilot programme, based in Levenmouth, which aims to increase the rate of targeted pupils staying on ... Read More
Ryan Hepburn: Helping school pupils make positive transitions
Ryan Hepburn is the Developing Young Workforce (Fife) Lead within Education and Children’s Services at Fife Council, leading on the DYW (Fife) agenda across Schools in the region. “We work with a number of ... Read More
Bob Garmory: Igniting powerful connections
Bob Garmory, Director of Purvis Group, has many years of experience in both championing and supporting employability programmes in Fife, from Purvis Group’s involvement in an employability programme at Lochgelly High School over the ... Read More
Case Study: Waid Academy
Waid Academy in Anstruther works to create positive pathways for its pupils whilst minimising the impact of its rural location. Through DYW (Fife) and multiple programmes and partnerships with local businesses, colleges and bodies, ... Read More
John Penman: Building a better future for businesses and young people in Fife
John Penman, Managing Director at Fife Fabrications and Board Member at DYW (Fife) takes some time to explain how Developing Young Workforce is building a better future for businesses and young people in Fife.Like many ... Read More
Scotland’s Biggest Parents’ Evening: Jobs of the future in Fife
On 30 January DYW (Fife) was proud to have held a ‘Scotland’s Biggest Parent’s Evening’ event at St Brycedale Campus in Kirkcaldy. The evening was created in partnership with Skills Development Scotland, Fife College ... Read More