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New bespoke support for SMEs to address technology gender gap

The pervasive nature of digital means that businesses in all sectors across Scotland are increasingly adopting digital technologies to deliver new products and services. This drives productivity and opens up fresh markets but also drives up demand for new staff. More than 90,000 people are already working in digital technology roles in Scotland, 12,800 vacancies … Continued

Tapping all our STEM Talents: An Educators Perspective

By Douglas Morrison In 2012 the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) published ‘Tapping all our Talents’ (TAOT) following a review of gender inequality within the Scottish STEM sector.  The principle aim of TAOT was ‘to develop a cohesive and comprehensive strategy for Scotland aimed at increasing both the proportion of women in the STEM workforce … Continued

Closing the STEM Gender Gap: Talat Yaqoob (Equate Scotland)

The STEM sectors in every country, across the world are growing, and need an increasingly large workforce. In the UK, we require up to 185,000 more engineers by 2024 and we have over 12,800 digital technology vacancies in Scotland alone. In order for Scotland to remain globally competitive and be a progressive leader on social … Continued

Press Release ENGENDERING STEM

The City of Glasgow College is expanding its commitment to promoting gender equality and inclusive workplace practices with a new two-year project set to be rolled out across Europe. The ENGENDERING STEM project is a pan-European collaborative development project with partners from Scotland, Netherlands and Spain. The project aims to share learning and good practice … Continued

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