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Why Attend

Why Attend?

Delegates who attend the Green Skills for Green Jobs summit network with senior officials from low carbon industries, including engineering, nuclear, power, renewables, oil & gas, chemicals, water, steel and paper amongst others.

The event provides a platform to meet colleagues who are tasked with managing skills and training across the workforce, whilst introducing you to suppliers who can assist in the structured development of new and existing staff and pupils.  If you’re wondering how to introduce green collar careers to younger learners or want to enhance the skills of your existing employees, be sure to secure your place and get involved in the summit.

Attendance guarantees you a seat in front of all senior officials in the main plenary and getting involved in the debate. You also have the option of submitting your own questions prior to the sessions as well as networking time with suppliers who can assist with any skills and training needs. All delegates are provided with a three course lunch and refreshments throughout the day.



Need more incentives to attend?

  • Network with high-level training and skills professionals.
  • Establish contact with investors and project developers of major low carbon projects who are seeking training partners for future workforces. 
  • Discover the latest incentives for up-skilling your current workforce.
  • Keep abreast of the latest government skills policy and initiatives, including any funding and new contracts.
  • Hear about ground-breaking employer skills academies that are achieving real successes.
  • Obtain the latest government guidance and policy updates on the Green Skills agenda.
  • Study current research that is helping to shape future skills strategy.
  • Discuss key green issues such as investment in training academies, tackling skills needs in offshore wind, nuclear and other areas and how to stimulate employer demand for low carbon skills. 
  • Gain valuable cross-government and cross-industry insight.
  • Explore the challenges faced by, universities, training providers, skills academies and government and learn how working together will deliver a comprehensive green skills agenda ensuring the UK is a front runner in the fierce global market for low carbon goods/services.

 Delegate profile

  • Chief Executive Officers and Policy Directors representing Professional Associations
  • Heads of STEM subjects from Primary and Secondary School schools
  • Directors of Building Services
  • Operators of Nuclear Power Stations
  • Directors of Construction 
  • Commissioning Engineers
  • Further Education College Principals and Chief Executives
  • Sector Skills Council Executive, Board and Council Members
  • Directors and Cabinet Members with responsibility for Lifelong Learning from Local Authorities
  • Directors / Senior Managers / Employer Engagement Managers
  • Nuclear Equipment suppliers & manufacturers
  • Further Education College Principals and Chief Executives
  • Directors of Planning & Design
  • Waste Management Directors
  • Small & medium companies working in low carbon industries
  • Engineering Consultants
  • Legal Firms
  • Heads of Biodiversity
  • Director of Environmental Policy
  • Technical Engineers
  • Green Deal Providers & Assesors 
  • Directors of Safety and Quality
  • Civil Engineers & Chartered Surveyors
  • Directors of Health & Safety 
  • Business Support Services Senior Managers / Consultants
  • Adult Education / Lifelong Learning Centre and Service Managers
  • Heads of Renewables 
  • Chief Executive Officers and Senior Policy and Research managers of Sector Skills Agencies
  • Curriculum and Programme Managers
  • Principals and Business Development Directors of FE Colleges
  • Directors of Teaching and Learning
  • Chief Executive Officers and Business Development Directors representing the Independent Sector
  • Directors of Adult and Community Education
  • HR & Training Directors of FT 150 companies
  • Chief Executive Officers and Policy Directors representing Statutory Bodies