Articles from Energy & Utility Skills

Sector-wide participation needed for new diversity and inclusion benchmarking study

The Inclusion Measurement Framework 2021 (@EUSkills) aims to provide clear evidence of where the sector, and individual employers, can take action to move diversity and inclusion forward. The Framework, backed by Energy & Utility Skills, will measure inclusion across the themes of Leadership, Attraction and Recruitment, Retention and Progression. It aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the current diversity and inclusion picture in the energy and utilities sector to help participants understand how and where improvements should be made.

Energy and utilities companies celebrate #INWED21 and call for more women to join the sector as engineers

#INWED21 - Celebrating existing #EngineeringHeroes via Energy & Utilities Jobs collaboration  The energy and utilities sector today [23 June] marked International Women in Engineering Day with a series of case studies highlighting engineering heroes in the sector, and a call for more women to join them.

Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership reveals successes after year one of five-year strategy

The Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership has published "2020: A Year in Focus", a progress report one year after the launch of its Workforce Renewal and Skills Strategy 2020-2025.

Companies prioritising investment in training win at the Procurement Skills Accord Awards

The Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership (@EUSkills) today hosted a virtual best practice event and awards ceremony to share sector success stories and honour the 43 energy and utilities asset owners and supply chain companies that successfully achieved the Procurement Skills Accord award for 2020/2021.

Energy & Utility Skills partners with the Fibreoptic Industry Association on telecoms training scheme

Energy & Utility Skills (@EUSkills) partners with the Fibreoptic Industry Association on telecoms training scheme  The Government’s national infrastructure strategy aims to connect 85% of the UK with ultrafast gigabit broadband by 2025, with £1.2bn allocated to the rollout of full-fibre broadband over the next four years. The majority of the population are also due to have access to a 5G signal within 6 years. The fibreoptic industry is crucial to these plans. In recognition of this, the FIA and Energy & Utility Skills have partnered to help ensure the current and future workforce have the skills required to meet these challenges.

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