Developing the Young Workforce

Developing the Young Workforce Learning, Skills and Well-being is a key Scottish Government priority which acknowledges that a skilled, educated and creative workforce
is essential to creating a more competitive and resilient economy.

West Lothian College aims to Develop the Young Workforce by establishing and providing clear and relevant vocational pathways for all our young people which successfully prepare them for the world of work.

Our vision is to be a college which delivers a highly skilled and enterprising workforce of the future. We aim to achieve this by opening doors for our learners to high quality learning and skills opportunities and to workplace experiences and apprenticeships or support their progression on to University and ultimately secure positive and rewarding careers with potential for lifelong learning.

Since 2011 the college has grown by 25% with around 2,890 full time equivalent (FTE) places in a variety of skills programmes. We aim to continue this growth to aid in a stronger workforce for the future.

Read more about West Lothian College's work on Developing the Young Workforce here



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