The Scottish Government has said it will increase the number of modern apprenticeship opportunities for young people.
More than three-quarters of apprentices left unemployed following the collapse of a Dundee firm have found work, politicians have been told.
Apprentices will visit high schools across Scotland to encourage pupils to consider an apprenticeship, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Around 60 apprentices have been caught up in Michelin’s decision to close its Dundee factory.
A group of Hong Kong apprentices touched down in Perth to help with the construction of a multi-million-pound school.
Two major trade bodies have called for changes in the way apprenticeships are managed in Scotland.
A “rev-olutionary” new car has rolled off the production line in the heart of Dunfermline’s heritage quarter.
Dundee’s biggest current industrial success story would not have been possible without apprentices.
A major construction trade association has warned that the growth in apprenticeships in Scotland could be scuppered unless the Scottish Government ring-fences the new apprenticeship levy for training.
Nearly £400,000 in funding has been secured by Dundee and Angus college to help train young people across the area.