The partnership will offer pupils a series of unique opportunities, including work placements, site visits, employability skills sessions and competitions.

We are working on a number of projects to lead a curriculum of employability-based activities. As part of our commitment, we will be offering pupils the opportunity to join our teams through a unique work-ready programme.

In December 2016, we organised for four pupils from Baldragon to undertake a week’s work experience in each of the divisions within the Tayside office.

Both Robertson Specialist Division and Robertson Tayside were delighted to offer two of the candidates, Bethany Greig and Craig Shearer, an apprenticeship in administration at the end of their placement.

Read more in our blog post about modern apprenticeships.

 

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