Working Capital magazine

Working Capital is the magazine for Edinburgh's Strategic Skills Pipeline and Joined Up for Jobs.

It is published quarterly and gives information about employment and employability activity in Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian, highlighting talking points and important policy issues.

You can download the previous four editions of Working Capital by clicking on the issues attached at the bottom of the page. If you would like to view an older issue not available on this page, please contact Paige Evans, Business and Communications Officer.

Working Capital Magazine - Issue 30 [January 2020]

This issue includes a key feature around the Fair Work Agenda, which is a theme that is carried throughout the issue.

It also includes articles on Mums Into Business, the All In Edinburgh Evaluation Launch and an interview with Lucy Pearson, chair of the JUfJ Forum.

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Previous editions:

Joined Up for Young People

The latest information on youth provision and the JUfYP forum.

Joined Up for Young People

JUfJ provider forum

Past minutes, agendas, future dates, general information about the Joined Up for Jobs forum.

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Customer charter

The Customer Charter Award encourages services to share best practice and work together to ensure the needs of all stakeholders are met.

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The Network of Employability Support and Training (NEST) is a programme of grant-funded providers supporting clients in Edinburgh with employability.

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JUfJ training bank

Training available from partners within the Joined Up for Jobs network.

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No-one Left Behind – Activity Agreements

Information on the new No-one Left Behind – Activity Agreement hubs in Edinburgh.

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Parental Employment Support Fund

Find out about the eight projects in Edinburgh providing employability support for parents both in and out of work, helping to tackle in-work poverty.

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