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Delivering employability and skills support that helps people succeed

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Helping local employers support local talent

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"I was lucky to have a patient and kind Triage adviser."

Mehedi Mohammad

Our vision is all about helping people succeed in life. This extends to the people on our programmes as well as the teams that help us deliver them. We want to make people the best they can be.

We deliver high-quality, person-centred employability and education programmes that help our participants and learners improve their skills and move into sustained employment.


About Triage

Triage provides skills and workplace training, as well as employability services that help people secure a job, progress in the workplace and build meaningful careers.

Delivering from locations across Scotland and North East England, Triage works with local, regional and national stakeholders to deliver government-led initiatives in the skills and employability sector.

We work in partnership with public, private and community organisations to deliver these employment, education and training programmes that respond to social and economic growth agendas.


Our Impact

We began in

We have 151 employees

Since 1999,we’ve helped 47,841 people into work

Since 2011,we’ve helped 4,053 learners gain qualifications

Latest news and success stories

Helping people succeed is what we do best, and these stories showcase the work that Triage employees do every day to help the people on our programmes become the very best versions of themselves. 

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Highland's Council newest employability programme

Triage have won the opportunity to deliver the Highland Council’s newest employability programme, Future Focus.
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ERSA Awards Finalist, Shanice Martin

We are delighted to be shortlisted for an ERSA Award in the category of Frontline Manager of the Year.
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Refugee Employability Programme drop-in session...

Interested in the Refugee Employability Programme (REP)?  Pop into our Middlesbrough office anytime between 16 - 20 October to learn more.
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