NESA has launched the Energy Career Pathways tool to prepare workforces for the energy transition.

NESA is a collaborative initiative between leading educational institutions Robert Gordon University, the University of Aberdeen and North East Scotland College and is supported by Skills Development Scotland and Energy Transition Zone Ltd.

NESA was created to prepare the workforce for the energy transition and provide a single point of contact for the industry to access a wide range of training and skills development programmes in our partner institutions.

NESA was awarded £1 million from the Scottish Government’s Just Transition Fund for the North-east and Moray and is firmly on track to train hundreds of individuals across our partner academic institutions during 2023/24.

Nearly half of the courses have been newly developed this academic year and have been designed to align with industry’s energy transition requirements.

NESA is also helping to better communicate energy jobs and career pathways. With support from the Scottish Funding Council’s Regional Pathfinder initiative, NESA launched the pilot Energy Career Pathways tool this week.

This tool allows individuals to visualise their own route into an energy career and highlight the different pathways and training available.

A webinar with a full demonstration will be held on April 23 at 1pm. Register here.

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