We are pleased to announce that Energy & Utility Skills has launched its Collaboration in Action document, a snapshot of our achievements in 2022-23, in collaboration with members and other organisations.
Engaging with members, central and devolved governments, regulators, and key stakeholders, we continued to deliver the Workforce Renewal and Skills Strategy to ensure a sustainable workforce.
We contributed to consultations and calls for evidence on inquiries, reform of qualifications, skills, and the green jobs initiative, such as The Willetts & Knight inquiry into engineering apprenticeships for young people, and The Skidmore Report.
Meeting the challenges of net zero remains a key focus and we worked with government and agencies including the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) to establish the employer advisory body to deliver the apprenticeships and qualifications needed.
Our commitment to increasing equality, diversity and inclusion for the sector workforce continues and the Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership now has 55 sector organisations that have signed up to The Inclusion Commitment.