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Low Carbon Business Breakfast – The Future of…Low Carbon Skills

  • Tuesday, 20 February, 2018 - 07:45 to Tuesday, 20 February, 2018 - 10:30
  • The OakSpace, Future Economy Centre, Fourth Floor, 1 Temple Way, Bristol, BS20BY
  • Bristol
  • Low Carbon South West
  • 01179458730
  • Join us at this free Low Carbon Business Breakfast hosted in partnership with Low Carbon South West and Skills West at Business West to hear opinions on where the low carbon sector is heading and share your thoughts in a blue-sky discussion on how we can ensure that the leaders, decision-makers and workers of the future continue to ensure the West of England leads the world in low carbon technology and skills.

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    This event is the first in a series in partnership with Skills West at Business West looking at how the West of England can best continue to support businesses and people across the region to futureproof its’ workforce and build in sustainable growth. Skills West is a 2 year programme funded through the European Social Fund and Education Skills Funding Agency and commissioned by the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership.

    Please note: This event is for West of England (Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire & North Somerset) companies only. Places are limited. We may only be able to offer one place per organisation/training provider.


Low Carbon, Future Skills – Business Breakfast – ‘The Future of…Low Carbon Skills’ with Skills West
The UK is undergoing a paradigm shift; drivers for sustainability are now becoming the same as drivers for growth, with the government recognising that one has to go hand-in-hand with the other for future resilience and success in a global marketplace. What will the skills and needs be for the continued success of the low carbon economy?

What will the jobs created by these opportunities look like?
What will current learners need to know about energy storage and energy disruption?
What can we embed in courses to reflect the required trends in efficiency in manufacture and use?
How do we ensure workers of the future are aware of end-life reuse?
How can we design for reuse or minimal impact – or both?

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