Crucial summit to explore how businesses and government can deliver a green skills boost
Green jobs across the UK were close to one million towards the end of 2012. That's more than telecoms, motor trade manufacture and retail combined. The UK government is committed to its vision of a low-carbon future that will create new jobs and investment in the economy. Green skills are fundamental to its success.
The Green Skills for Green Jobs summit is the only event in the UK that focuses solely on green skills. The significance and impact of skills development in the construction, offshore wind, renewables, nuclear power, CCS, energy efficiency technologies, engineering, oil & gas, chemicals, water, steel and paper, take centre stage at this one day national, CPD accredited, summit.
If you are a provider of green skills training or courses, or you're working on a project that requires green skilled employees, you can't afford to miss this crucial event.
The summit takes place on Wednesday November 27 at the QEII Conference Centre in London. You can book tickets now online.
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