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Jamie Hepburn

Scottish National Party MSP for Cumbernauld and Kilsyth


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Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Foundation Apprenticeships 16 Jan 2020

    Foundation apprenticeships started with the early pathfinders in 2014-15. Over the first three cohorts and the pathfinder phase, there have been 3,454 FA starts. Skills Development Scotland will publish its next annual progress report on foundation apprenticeships by March 2020, which will include details of the current cohort.
  • Scottish Parliament: Foundation Apprenticeships 16 Jan 2020

    On the member’s latter point, I certainly agree that we should be ensuring that everyone signposts the opportunity of a foundation apprenticeship to young people. However, I am afraid that, on his overall question, he seems to be somewhat misinformed. We have seen a 345 per cent increase in the number of starts from the first cohort to the third cohort and we have met our commitment to...
  • Scottish Parliament: Procurement Policy (Zero-hours Contracts) 8 Jan 2020

    Our response is to continue taking action to tackle insecure work, as part of our fair work agenda. Through fair work first, we are extending fair work criteria to as many funding streams, including public contracts, as we can by the end of the current parliamentary session. Those criteria include there being no inappropriate use of zero-hours contracts, and payment of the real living wage....

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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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