All Local Authorities in Scotland have DYW Regional Groups to support the Developing the Youngforce (DYW) agenda.
The Regional Groups are led and facilitated by local Chambers of Commerce in most Authorities. They work in partnership with the Local Authority, Schools, Colleges and young people, to help employers shape their future workforce and help better prepare young people for the world of work.
We have three Regional Groups in Highland:
Inverness & Central Highland:
This Regional Group covers from Tain in the North and includes Easter Ross, Inverness & Drumnadrochit, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey and is facilitated by the Inverness Chamber of Commerce.
Telephone: 01463 228389
For further information visit www.dywich.co.uk
This Regional Group covers all the Caithness and Sutherland region and is faciliated by the Caithness Chamber of Commerce.
Telephone: 01847 890076
For further information visit www.dywnh.info
This Regional Group covers Lochaber, Skye and West Ross and is facilitated by the Lochaber Chamber of Commerce.
Telephone: 01397 705765
For further information visit www.dywwesthighland.org
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