Skills and training for South West offshore renewables and FLOW
30th November 2020 @ 10:00-12:00
Marine-i partners will be hosting a webinar on skills and training in the offshore renewable energy sector. This will include focus on the skills needed to meet the floating offshore wind (FLOW) opportunity in the Celtic Sea.
The webinar will be delivered by industry professionals from across the UK providing insights into the current and future skills and experience they require from employees.
The webinar will explore historical and envisaged future gaps in skills and training provision, alongside the current regional skills climate and the barriers to engineering uptake.
This represents an opportunity for education providers to discuss and identify solutions that will meet the needs of a growing industry through new curriculum design.
It is anticipated that this Discovery Room will spark a collaborative process in developing education in the region to meet the needs of this essential industry.
To view the film of the event, click here.
10:00 - Welcome – from John Evans, CEO, Cornwall College
10:10 - Building collaboration between education and industry in the energy sector - Jim Brown, Director of the Energy Skills Partnership
10:30 - Questions
10:37 - Future energy systems and emerging careers - Andrew Holyland, Regional Innovation Manager for Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (OREC)
10:57 - Questions
11:04 - The Offshore Wind Sector Deal - Celia Anderson, People and Skills Director for RenewableUK
11:24 - Questions
11:31 - The Regional Skills Climate - Mark Williams, Project Manager of Partnerships at Cornwall Marine Network
11:51 - Questions
11:57 – Summary and next steps
12:00 - End