Views sought on Scots enterprise and skills services

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10 August 2016

Have your say on the Scottish Government's Enterprise and Skills Review.

The Scottish Government is seeking views on its enterprise and skills services and ICAS members who have had contact with these agencies can have their say.

The Enterprise and Skills Review is focused on ensuring that Scotland's agencies - Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Skills Development Scotland, and the Scottish Funding Council - play a full role in supporting Scotland's economic strategy. 

A spokesman for the Scottish Government said: "This Call for Evidence invites you to contribute your views so we can ensure that Scottish Government and all our public agencies are delivering the joined-up support that our young people, universities, colleges and businesses need.

"Therefore we are asking for your views and experiences of where the system works well and where there is need for potential improvement.  No prejudgment has been made on the potential changes that may be needed.  Indeed we are asking for your views and opinions of where the system may need improving in niche areas as well as your view of the system as whole."

A series of questions have been drafted and can be accessed on the Scottish Government website, with answers submitted to the ICAS Technical Team.

The closing date for submissions is 15 August, 2016.


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