Jamie Hepburn

MSP, Cumbernauld and Kilsyth

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth Scottish National Party

Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Heavy Goods Vehicles (Drivers) 14 Jun 2017

    Skills Development Scotland, working with key partners including the Road Haulage Association, commissioned a review of the labour market issues that relate to the shortage of drivers in the Scottish transport network. The review made a number of recommendations that are aimed at tackling the skills supply-and-demand issues that relate to HGV drivers. In response to those recommendations, a...
  • Scottish Parliament: Heavy Goods Vehicles (Drivers) 14 Jun 2017

    I remind all members that the apprenticeship levy was the creation of and inspired by the United Kingdom Government; it was not introduced by this Administration. Unlike the UK Government, we consulted widely on how we should respond. We have committed to skills and employability training the entire hypothecated allocation of the levy that comes through the Scottish block grant. There is the...
  • Scottish Parliament: Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce (Recommendations) 14 Jun 2017

    We are making excellent progress with the developing the young workforce agenda. That includes creating new vocational learning options; enabling young people to learn in a range of settings, such as college, in their senior phase of school; embedding employer engagement in education; offering careers advice at an earlier point in school; and introducing new standards for careers guidance and...

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Scottish National Party MSP for Cumbernauld and Kilsyth

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2007 — Election

Also represented Central Scotland

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