Activity Agreement pilots operated in ten areas across Scotland between May 2009 and March 2011. Inverclyde was part of the pilot programme and continues to deliver the core programme.
An activity agreement is a plan of learning and activity which an advisor will help a young person put together, so when they are ready they can move on from this to further education, training or employment. It can include volunteering, short courses, supported learning and practical experiences.
National Delivery Model
This model has been developed to capture the key principles underpinning the Activity Agreement approach to engaging with young people furthest from the labour market. This model has been successful in supporting participants to progress and sustain further learning, training and employment. It is intended to inform how these key elements can support flexibility and choice in the wider development of senior learning and pathways. Whilst Activity Agreements focus on those young people who have left school, the model is applicable to other settings such as education and other employability programmes.
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