A practical pilot project which will develop processes to enable people from overseas who have migrated to Scotland (including refugees and asylum seekers) to gain recognition and validation for the skills/qualifications they have gained out with the UK. Unemployment and underemployment are a known feature of migrants’ economic engagement in Scotland (Scottish Government 2016). The Scottish Government commissioned two studies (2010 and 2016) to further assess and understand the landscape in Scotland. This proposal is in response to this work and seeks to evidence, outline and develop appropriate practical local and national infrastructure to support the integration of migrants into education and ultimately the workplace in Scotland.
|Short title||Skills Recognition Hub for the Common Good (Phase 2)|
|Effective start/end date||1/04/18 → 31/03/19|
- Scottish Government: £126,246.00
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