This is a great resource from Futuremorph covering a wide range careers available.
I have also placed some additional links here
Edinburgh College is one of the largest educational institutions in Scotland and offers new and greater opportunities to help make sure you have the skills and
knowledge for your future careers. In conjunction with Skills Development Scotland, Edinburgh College is now offering a range of practical courses
especially for you – designed to springboard your career or get you started on a higher level course. Our programmes mix study with practical experience to give you an introduction into your chosen area with specific activities that will help you either progress towards a course within the College or help you on
your way towards a job. You can study either part-time or full-time for a different numbers of weeks, with courses starting between November 2012 and March 2013.
Here is the link
This post contains links to resources for teachers and downloads that can be used to support your subject.
First up – Buzz
S5 powerpoint 2012 Maths
S5 Planning Newsletter for 2012
Previous work with PE
More details below.
If you would like to discuss your options contact the Skills Development Scotland Exams Results Helpline on 0808 100 8000.
The web link is here.
Good luck everyone.
Newbattle is now seeking applications for a f/t NC Rural Skills Course, commencing September 2012. This practical course offers an introduction to gardening and estate maintenance in the college’s Community Garden, Italian Garden, woodlands and 125 acre estate. Course Units include: tree and shrub planting; soft landscaping; rural estate maintenance; introduction to gardening skills; tools and equipment; rural species identification; constructing rural features and structures; core skills; work experience; employability; enterprise skills.
The course attracts bursary funding, where appropriate, and the college provides all protective tools and equipment. The course will run for 3 days a week from September 2012 until June 2013. Work experience will be arranged in partnership with Forestry Commission Scotland. Progression options include specialist courses at land-based colleges. For further details and application forms, please contact Julie Thomson email@example.com or Gill Turner firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0131 663 1921
Thanks to David Gilmour for giving the blog an update and while the site has a different look the information, links and pages remain the same.
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