• Tel: 0141 332 9477 / 0141 331 2640
  • Email: info@pathscotland.org.uk
  • 29 Park Circus, Glasgow, G3 6AP
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Addressing the under-representation of

Black and Minority Ethnic communities in Housing & related areas

A Brief introduction to PATH (Scotland)

PATH (Scotland) was established in 1998 with charitable objectives to address the under-representation of Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in Housing and related areas. We have supported over 340 people from BME Communities to access employment and career progression in their chosen field.

We do this by running structured traineeships in collaboration with Registered Social Landlords and Local Authorities in Scotland. Our traineeships have been extremely successful and over 95% of trainees have gained employment in housing post placement.

We also run a Leadership Programme and have provided support for Social Work students involved in the Graduate Fast Track Programme.

Latest News

  • Positive Moves in the Workplace

Positive Moves in the Workplace

  The Positive Moves in the Workplace is a Big Lottery Funded programme which aims to support BME participants to improve their confidence, communication skills, ability to deal with conflict, problem solving skills and their assertiveness whilst being supported to plan their career and realise opportunities for progression. Alongside this, employers

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  • Developing Management and Leadership Skills Course 2014-15

Developing Management and Leadership Skills Course 2014-15

PLEASE NOTE, WE STILL HAVE PLACES AVAILABLE FOR THIS COURSE, BOOK SOON TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.   The programme has been developed by PATH (Scotland) with funding from the Equality Unit of the Scottish Government as a positive action measure to address the under-representation of people from Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in

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Opportunities

trainees2Are you interested in developing your career or gaining management skills?

See the Vacancies & Opportunities currently available.

supervisor  traineeWould you be interested in working with PATH to offer training opportunities?

Find out more about Becoming a Placement Organisation for Trainees.