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Suffolk Collaborative “Energy Challenge ”. 12 January 2010. The importance of skills to the local energy sector. The Energy Sector Oil & Gas Nuclear Renewables (Macro & Micro) Provides Electricity, Heat & Power. Sector Skills Councils (SSCs) Cogent Semta EU Skills Summit Skills Lantra.

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Suffolk Collaborative“Energy Challenge”

12 January 2010


The importance of skills to the local energy sector


The Energy Sector

  • Oil & Gas

  • Nuclear

  • Renewables (Macro & Micro)

    Provides Electricity, Heat & Power


Sector Skills Councils (SSCs)

  • Cogent

  • Semta

  • EU Skills

  • Summit Skills

  • Lantra


Link Sectors

  • Marine

  • Offshore

  • Construction

  • Engineering

  • Business Services


Jobs In Energy Sector

  • Civil & Electrical Engineers

  • Planning, Project & Quality Control

  • Operations & Maintenance

  • IT & Communications Professionals

  • R & D

  • Technicians: I & C, Mech, Elec, Process


Skills Required Now

  • Technical

  • Customer Service

  • Health & Safety (Specialist)

  • Management

    Current estimated jobs in EoE 20,000+


Skills for the Future

  • Understanding of new technologies and their application

  • Management of self and others

  • Leadership

    Estimated new jobs in EoE 12,000+


Sustainable Energy Centre

Partners: Lowestoft College, Bedford College,

Prospects College, Renewables East, Summit Skills, Consign (Construction Skills Solutions)


Recognised Qualifications

Minimum Level 3

  • National Certificates/Diplomas in Engineering

  • HNC/D in Engineering

  • 14-19 Engineering Diplomas

  • Apprenticeships

  • FDs in Engineering

  • NVQs including higher levels


Over half of graduates into

Energy Industries from STEM

Subjects


Examples of specialisms offered

by Lowestoft College

Engineering, Maritime & Offshore

Sustainable Energy Centre (New Era)

Energy Skills Foundation Programme


Energy Skills Foundation Programme

Pilot project – Sept. 2009 start, recruited 15 candidates

10 month structured industry led training:

Process, Mechanical, Electrical, Fab & Weld

Sector awareness (Renewables, Oil & Gas, Nuclear)

Projects based on energy site visits

(Sizewell B, Bacton, Seajacks Installation Vessel)

Guaranteed 6 month work trials on completion

Partners: Employers, ECITB, COGENT, Skills for Energy


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