The Women in Forestry Practical Training Fund has been established to support the personal development of women (over 16 years old), providing them with additional skills to progress their careers and employment opportunities in forestry beyond their current role. Find out about other funding badges via Skills Hub Scotland.
Outdoor learning can support connection to nature and interest in working in and for the environment. Youthlink Scotland have developed some useful resources to help address the issues for young people interested in these career paths: Green Employability. What is a green job, and what skills can young people develop [...]
Watch these new Working for Nature videos shared by NatureScot. These videos showcase young people working in the Nature-Based sector, in a range of roles and with a range of experiences to share. This is an exciting time to be involved in the nature-based sector – for further information visit [...]
EAUC Scotland share their new resource How to find a job that's good for you and the planet - a Green Careers Guide. This guide is written with students in mind but will be relevant for anyone interested in a career that supports a more sustainable future. The guide takes [...]
Play Scotland are recruiting an OPAL Mentor (East/North Scotland). OPAL – Outdoor Play and Learning - CIC is the UK's leading, award-winning organisation providing school improvement through play. As an OPAL Mentor, you will be working independently with primary school staff, guiding them through the 18-24-month strategic OPAL programme. The [...]
Churchill Fellowships are open to all UK adult citizens, regardless of background, qualifications or age. Churchill Fellowships are looking for people with the passion and potential to make a real difference, from every part of society. A range of eligible Programmes include: Caring for our natural environment Climate change Education [...]
New skills and career pathways for greenspace have been shared by Greenspace Scotland. This initiative by Borders College and SRUC will make skills, learning and career pathways easier to find and follow on topics relevant to a wide range of greenspace and workforce needs. This offers pathways for those in [...]