Press release, School of Automation, Glasgow
The School of Automation (SOA) set out with a mission to help young talent for the future of work in the Robotic Process Automation industry. As a part of this endeavour, the School of Automation now supports the UK government Kickstart Scheme. SOA helps people into employment, develop their skills & employability, and hopefully move into exciting new careers.
"Equipping young people with the skills they need to succeed is a vital part of our plan. I'm delighted that through the UK Government's Kickstart Scheme we will be creating opportunities for young people across the country to get into careers in a thriving industry" – Marc Cooper, CEO
The Kickstart Scheme helps create new jobs for 16 to 24-year-olds on Universal Credit who are at risk of long term unemployment. If you are
- Aged between 16-24
- On Universal credit
If you are creative and a keen problem solver or have an interest in IT, Software and new technologies and would like to start an exciting new career, please get in touch with your local Jobcentre or DWP office for full details on how to apply.