Inspire the Future Workforce
A Career Inspiration Series
Developing the Young Workforce Dundee & Angus (DYW) in partnership with Barnardo’s Works, Angus Council and Dundee City Council have launched an exciting new series of Career Inspiration Videos created to Inspire the Future Workforce.
This will be an ongoing project with the hope to publish two videos each week on a Tuesday and Thursday (w/c Monday 14th September for the foreseeable future).
These short 5-10 minute pre-recorded videos will consist of a Q&A with individuals from a range of different jobs across Dundee and Angus to highlight the different pathways young people can take.
We hope that these videos can be utilised within schools and other organisations that support young people to help them gain an insight into the different careers available locally. These videos highlight the importance of #NoWrongPath as we hear about the diverse career journeys that led these individuals to their current job.
Procurement and Marketing – Grampian Growers
Meet Claire, she works for Grampian Growers a Farmer owned cooperative based on the outskirts of Montrose and she would like to share her career journey.
Funeral Director – Selwood Funeral Directors
Meet Dale, he originally left school to do an apprenticeship in joinery but now works as as a Funeral Director for his family’s business. This is his career journey.
Community Housing Assistant – Angus Council
Meet Hailley, she works for Angus Council as a Community Housing Assistant. Listen as she shares her career journey from hairdresser to council worker as she strives to become a Housing Officer.
Waste Operative – Angus Council
Meet Bob, this is a second career for Bob. He previously served with the Fire Service for 32 years. Bob shares how his time in the Fire Service influenced his career choice later in life.
Community Liaison Manager – MVV Baldovie
Meet Mimi, she shares how post election violence in Kenya ignited a fire to learn how best to educate people and eradicate ignorance around the economic, social, environmental and political issues that we face.
Retained Fire Fighter – Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
Going live on 01/10/2020
This is a joint project brought to you by: