ROUTES TO OFFSHORE WIND

With such a variety of roles available, Offshore Wind truly is an industry that is accessible to people from many educational and technical backgrounds, at different stages of their career.

 

So whether you are planning your future, are a graduate, or are considering a career transition, information is available to help guide your journey to Offshore Wind.

John Davies

RWE Renewables

 

EDUCATION

INSPIRING ENGINEERS CODE OF PRACTICE

The Inspiring Engineers Code of Practice has been developed with input from over 40 organisations from across the engineering sector.

 

The Code asks Signatories to commit to work together to inspire and engage young people, and increase the number and diversity of those entering the profession. It is open to any organisation that funds, designs and/or delivers engineering-inspiration activities, including STEM programmes that encourage young people into engineering.

The Code is managed and delivered by EngineeringUK, on behalf of the wider engineering sector, and further information on the Code and the commitments involved is available on their website.

The website also has resources for students, parents and teachers who want to find out more about or support STEM education. 

 

APPRENTICESHIPS

 

TRANSITION/DIRECT TO INDUSTRY

The Offshore Wind Industry Council brings together industry, policy-makers and stakeholders to shape the industry, and work collaboratively to achieve our ambitions for 2030 and beyond.