Chamber admin are responsible for the day to day running of the chamber, dealing with enquiries, membership as well as organising events and meetings.
Developing Young Workforce
Developing the Young Workforce Report, encourages education and employers to work closely together to equip all young people with the skills and knowledge they will need to flourish in the workplace. Schools and employers must create meaningful and productive partnerships that build on good practice and existing links. They should bring mutual benefit and evolve to respond to local circumstances. East Dunbartonshire Council would like support its young people and local businesses to deliver this ambition by establishing further links with employers in our local area.
Why should employers get involved?
• Employers can help young people develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge needed for their
industry or business
• Employers can promote a positive awareness of their business in the community
• Employers can provide development opportunities for the staff within their organisations
Potential benefits for young people
• Employers can bring real life context into the
• Employers can help young people develop skills for
job applications, CV writing and interviews
• Employers can identify the skills young people need for employment and the world of work
To find out more have a read of the Developing Young Workforce leaflet
Why Join the Chamber
Chamber membership can save you hundreds or more each year for just a few pence a day. Have a look at some of the benefits of being a chamber member.
I would highly recommend chamber membership to any Dunbartonshire business. The chamber works hard to make connections and generate profile for its members and SHBT have enjoyed a number of benefits over the years.Elizabeth Mackay, SHBT