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  • The growing UK renewable energy sector needs more trained and qualified people - now work has commenced to address the skills shortage in wind and marine energy, writes Fruzsina Kemenes from the BWEA.

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  • EI President Malcolm Brinded CBE FREng FEI and EI Chief Executive Louise Kingham OBE FEI were in Beijing to build further links with sectoral organisations in mainland China. They signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) China, aimed at ...

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  • The Energy Institute runs an enormous range of training courses and accredits many more from external organisations. There is a strong tradition of courses in energy managment and sustainability from the old Institute of Energy - these now lie alongside a substantial programme of courses with roots ...

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  • Last year was difficult for many energy businesses, and the employment market did not escape. So what is the outlook now for employment opportunities in the energy industry? Eliot Davies reports the view from one specialist recruitment company.

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  • Senior industry figures have been sharing their tips for career success and insights into the energy sector with the upcoming generation of young professionals, at the latest Young Professionals Network (YPN) Connect events.The London and Home Counties YPN Connect event in March was attended by EI P...

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  • As the Year of Engineering draws to a close the EI has been proud to be a supporter of what has been an inspiring initiative celebrating the exciting world of engineering.Led by the UK government, the Year of Engineering has aimed to encourage more young people, especially young girls, to consi...

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  • Subsea UK and OPITO awarded vital industry skills funding Subsea UK and OPITO have each been awarded part of a £2mn fund aimed at attracting vital new entrants into the industry and helping people to diversify their skills. Scottish diver training facility, The Underwater Centre in Fort William, has...

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  • Foundations laid for UK petroleum tanker driver safety passport The UK Downstream Oil Distribution Forum (DODF), which was re-established in July 2012 to provide an on-going forum for the discussion and resolution of issues relating to health and safety in the downstream oil industry, reports that t...

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  • Inquiry open and accepting written evidence. The deadline for written submissions is Monday 12 October 2015. Energy efficiency and demand reduction is one of the most cost effective ways to cut carbon emissions, improve energy security and reduce consumer bills. However, the Government has announced...

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  • A recent report by accountancy firm PwC suggests a shortage of skilled workers could threaten Aberdeens aim to position itself as a global energy hub and that 120,000 new recruits are required to replace its depleting workforce - almost 50% of whom are over 45 years old. The news came as the UK Cha...

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