Accessibility Options Printer friendly Email us Contact us

Articles - Workforce

Displaying 21 to 30 of 43 Previous 10   1   2   3   4   5   Next 10

Early Years Written Answer, 11/04/05 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Adam Ingram's (SNP) question asking the Scottish Executive what improvements have been made to early years education staff development since 2000.

Midwifery Written Answer, 17/03/05 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Stewart Stevenson's (SNP) question asking the Scottish Executive what percentage of NHS boards are experiencing staffing shortages in midwifery.

Pre-School and Childcare Workforce Statistics 2004, 08/02/05 [S]
These statistics includes information on staff numbers, turnover, qualifications, experience and pay of staff working in pre-school education and daycare centres in Scotland in September 2004.

Consultation on Registration of the Services Workforce, 06/02 [S]
The Scottish Social Services Council are seeking views from stakeholders on the qualifications criteria for registration and the level of registration fees in phase one.

Qualifications for Childminders Written Answers, 14/12/04 [S]
Written answer given on 14 December 2004 in response to Elaine Murray's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive whether it intends to introduce compulsory qualifications for childminders. Deputy Minister for Education and Young People, Euan Robson, replied that this would be considered through registration with the Care Commission.

Statistics on classroom assistants, youth workers and pre-school staff Written Answer, 01/12/04 [S]
Written answer given on 1 December 2004 in response to Brian Monteith's (Con) question asking the Scottish Executive how many (a) classroom assistants, (b) youth workers and (c) pre-school staff have been employed by each local authority in each year since 1997.

Child Care Services Written Answer, 25/11/04 [S]
Written answer given on 25 November 2004 in response to Donald Gorrie's (Lib Dem) question asking the Scottish Executive whether it will allocate sufficient funding to local authorities that is not ring-fenced for specific programmes to enable them to sustain frontline child care services and fill any gaps that might develop.

Social Worker Post and Vacancies: October 2004, 08/11/04 [S]
This statistics bulletin outlines the number of social work posts and vacancies in local authority areas for the quarter July to the beginning of October 2004. The number of social workers has increased.

Nursery Service (National Review) Oral Question, 28/10/04 [S]
On 28 October 2004 Elaine Smith (Lab) asked the Scottish Executive what progress had been made towards the initiation of a national review of the nursery service. The Deputy Minister for Education and Young People, Euan Robson replied that the national review of the early years and childcare workforce was currently underway and that the Steering Group will provide a report to Ministers next summer.

Scotland's Social Care Labour Market, 16/08/04 [S]
This report, by the Social Care Workforce Intelligence Unit, illustrates the key trends in the Scottish social care labour market. Included in the report are many strands of activity including children's services, early education and childcare. The report concludes that employment in the sector has been growing faster than the average across Scotland. It is relevant to anyone who needs to understand the shape of the workforce and will be updated annually.