What they say about TEREC
Alex Salmond First Minister Stewart Stevenson MSP Aberdeenshire Employability Off. Press & Journal Jeremy Cresswell Royal Oak Hotel Alloa Daily Record, Mark McGivern The Trump Organisation Alison Clelland Heather Farquhar Stuart Kelly (ex-offender) RAFA Club Fraserburgh Gillian Palmer Thomas Smith Autistic Scotland
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Approximately two weeks ago I was fortunate enough to be in a position to have access to the Terec Database. Prior to this George Kerr had spoken to me about the opportunities and possibilities for individuals able to access this database. After accessing this I was overwhelmed by the endless availability of not only information, but the guidance and prospects available to either employers, future employees, education departments and employment organisations.
Firstly, the guidance towards compiling a Curriculum Vitae is of great benefit to many individuals and the fact that these C.V.’s can be matched to suit employers needs is an added bonus. As an Employment Development Officer with Aberdeenshire Council I know the importance of using speculative approaches to employers and, the fact, that the Terec Database is able to inform jobseekers about new opportunities well in advance, is a tremendous advantage.
For employers it means that they are able to assess future employees on-line and also allows them to advertise their company and future plans to a wide audience. It also means that any approaches for employment are presented in a structured and uniformed way.
All in all I feel that this database is one of the best and most versatile tools I have come across as far as the jobseeker and employer is concerned.
Aileen T. Davidson
Employment Development Officer