OPITO works in partnership with employers and trade associations to help develop a safe and skilled workforce
OPITO has developed a number of skills tools and flexible self-learning courses for individuals to further enhance their knowledge and skills set
With support from industry, OPITO works with governments, civil servants and politicians to ensure the voice of industry on skills matters is heard
OPITO’s Skills Landscape 2019 – 2025 report, part of the UKCS Workforce Dynamics Series, reveals advances in technology, internationalisation and the transition to a lower carbon future are accelerating changing skills demands in the oil and gas sector.Learn More arrow_forward
Students from the East of England will be stepping into the shoes of energy workers and testing out their subsea navigational skills and as part of OPITO’s Energise Your Future (EYF). The initiative is being held today (Thursday 16th May) during the second day of EEEGR’s Southern North Sea (SNS) Conference & Exhibition 2019 (SNS2019) in Norwich.
OPITO’s Skills Landscape 2019 – 2025 report, part of the UKCS Workforce Dynamics research series, reveals technology advances, internationalisation and the transition to a lower carbon future are accelerating changing skills demands in the sector.
Leading figures from the North Sea’s oil and gas industry will take centre stage at the launch of a key industry report next month to discuss how changing skills requirements will impact on the industry over the next six years.
‘Energise Your Future’ (EYF) events bring together local school pupils and the energy industry to inspire the next generation.