Yesterday, the Scottish Council Foundation praised the high street chemists and the public sector for a "highly effective" project helping staff to find new jobs.
What does SCF stand for?
SCF stands for Scottish Council Foundation
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- Satellite Control Facility
- Save the Children Federation (Westport, Connecticut)
- Save the Children Fund (UK)
- Scheduled Change Factor
- Science Computing Facility
- Scientific Committee on Food (European Commission)
- Scientific Computing Facilities (Boston University)
- Scientific Computing Facility
- Scottish Coastal Forum
- Scottish Crofting Foundation
- Scottsdale Municipal Airport (Arizona)
- Seasonal Climate Forecast
- Second Chance Fund (various locations)
- Sectional Center Facility (3-digit Zip Code prefix)
- Sector Competitiveness Framework (Canada)
- Selective Call Fowarding (Bellcore)
- Self Contained Facility
- Self-Caught Flight
- Self-Clinching Fastener
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Other strategies were put forward by the Institute of Welsh Affairs and the Scottish Council Foundation.
A two-year study by the Scottish Council Foundation found that heavy drinking, long working hours and unhealthy diets are making Scots miserable.
The Scottish Council Foundation looked at changes which have taken place since Labour came to power in 1997.
A two-year Scottish Council Foundation study unveiled yesterday recommends Scots lead more relaxed lifestyles and spread alcohol intake through the week.
The move was announced by the Scottish Council Foundation just days after they completed a report which branded Scotland's education system as "Victorian" and stuck in the "factory age".
The Scottish Council Foundation say our schools are stuck in the Victorian age.
The report, for the Scottish Council Foundation, was written by a group chaired by Royal Bank of Scotland chief economist Jeremy Peat.