S4M-02393: Abbeyview Project Supports Unemployed People in Dunfermline

That the Parliament congratulates the Abbeyview Project in Dunfermline, which it understands provides a successful training, advice and support service; notes that it aims to help local unemployed people, especially young people, into work; understands that the scheme offers a variety of support, including assistance with application forms and CVs, advice about interview skills and dress codes, and also supplies stationery, newspapers, stamps and internet access; congratulates the project, which, since launching in January 2012, has already helped several people into employment, including an apprenticeship for a 16-year-old girl; commends the centre manager, Jackie Walls, for what it sees as her hard work and dedication in launching and running the project, and considers that the Abbeyview Project is a valuable service to the community.

Supported by: Richard Lyle, Mike MacKenzie, Kenneth Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Colin Beattie, Margaret Burgess, Gil Paterson, Sandra White

Date Lodged: 16/03/2012

Abbeyview Project

I am following the progress of an innovative new training, advice and support service now running in Abbeyview, which aims to help local people into work. The Abbeyview Project located in Allan Crescent will establish an Information and Recreation Centre for the community, particularly aimed at young people. Read more of this post

Abbeyview Project Launch

A training, advice and support service has launched in Abbeyview, Dunfermline, to help local job-hunters into work. The Abbeyview Project, located in Allan Crescent, was officially opened by SNP MSP Bill Walker. It will provide an Information and Recreation Centre for the community, aimed particularly at young people. Read more of this post