Careers in Renewable Energy, Hull
Fri 23 Jun
The Humber has brought power to the UK for decades in the form of coal, oil and gas. Today, the demand for renewable forms of energy brings a new scale of opportunity for growth for the Humber region, with energy investments and innovations underway spanning wind, tidal, biofuels and renewable feedstocks.
With a pivotal role in the UK energy sector, the Humber has established strong credentials in the energy industry and that strength and expertise ensures we are well placed to play a key role in helping the UK reach its target of 15% of energy demand from renewable sources by 2020, as well as helping the UK achieve a secure energy supply.
Today our new energy story is underway with £2.5bn already invested or is planned for imminent projects, spanning wind, tidal, biofuels and renewable feedstocks.
This AGCAS NE Regional Training day promises to inform and enlighten participants and identify career paths open to graduates including information about emerging roles, key themes and new technologies that are currently shaping the renewable sector in general.
Delivery will be in the following ways:
- Presentations with Q&A
- Career Journeys from graduates working within the sector
- Networking Sessions (probably over lunch)
Speakers will include HR Directors and recruiters, sector specific consultants, alumni and local and regional business people.
Complete the booking form below and send to: Tony Taylor
Please note that this event is primarily for AGCAS members in the North East training region. As the event is run regionally by AGCAS members, the AGCAS office will NOT be involved in bookings.
Date(s) & Timing 23 Jun 2017 Full Member price £30.00 Affiliate Member price £35.00 Conference Member price £40.00 Student Member price £45.00 Non-member price £50.00 Venue University of Hull Add to calendar Download event to my Outlook Calendar
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