Worrying About Money?

Financial advice and support is available if you’re struggling to make ends meet.

Follow the steps in the below leaflet to find out where to get help in Dumfries and Galloway.

Are you leaving education and feel you need support, if so our winter leavers leaflet has all the information about the support you can get from the services listed.

Please see the attached leaflet to view the details of various support services in the region.

The Parental Support Worker Programme is funded through the Local Employability Partnership, and is hosted within the Employability and Skills Service, D&G Council. Our aim is to engage with parents to gain an understanding of the employability needs and barriers that families face...

Dumfries and Galloway Multicultural Association (DGMA) is recruiting for a Project Worker for the Happy Faces Project. The successful candidate will have experience in managing, delivering and evaluating projects and a significant understanding of issues experienced by...

The cost of living crisis is affecting individuals and businesses across the country and local authorities want to help in every way they can. 

Click below to see the support that is available to help with rising costs.


Upcoming Short Courses @ Dumfries and Galloway College

 There are multiple courses to help you gain qualifications, see the links and contact information below.  



Whatever your results are on Tuesday, you have options.

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) delivers Scotland’s career service.

SDS results support will provide help and advice to learners, their parents and carers at what could be an uncertain time.


There are 7 vacancies available for those who are Long Term Unemployed and over 25 in the below organisation:

  • Big Burns Supper 
  • Better Lives Partnership 
  • The Whithorn Trust
  • D&G Care Trust 
  • Loreburn...

Wednesday 15 June 202210.00am-4:00pmVirtual Event

Join us for the 13th Annual Meet the Buyer 2022!

Meet with Buyers from Scotland’s local authorities, government agencies and contractors to hear about upcoming work in Scotland's public sector, worth £13.3bn annually...