The Scottish Government established the £12 million Transition Training Fund in February 2016.
The scheme sought to help these affected by the worldwide downturn in oil and gasoline by offering coaching grants to assist them discover new jobs.
With the three-year fund attributable to shut on the finish of subsequent month, anybody eligible for its assistance is now being inspired to use as quickly as attainable if they need participate.
Energy minister, Paul Wheelhouse, mentioned: “The Transition Training Fund was a key a part of the work performed to assist individuals via the downturn within the oil and gasoline sector.
“From my conferences with individuals, it has been an excellent success.
“With Scotland being a worldwide chief within the vitality sector, it was important to retain these highly-valued abilities and assist individuals proceed individuals’s careers.”
More than three,700 individuals have had particular person functions for assist via the fund permitted and 300 extra individuals have accessed assist. community of native centres to assist individuals get the appropriate recommendation, discover work or entry coaching.”
More than two thirds of those that have used the fund are actually again in employment, and greater than half of these in employment have remained within the oil and gasoline sector.
One consumer who credit the fund with serving to him take the following steps in his profession in Douglas McInally.
The father-of-three from Arbroath had been working offshore when he was made redundant, and has now up to date the earlier he had as a gasoline engineer and safe work with SSE.
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