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People & Skills

Promoting a culture of diversity, inclusion and growth for the future skilled workforce.

Overview

The sector is working to ensure that, as offshore wind scales up, it is supported by a workforce of the right people, in the right place and at the right time. The rate of growth in the sector needs to be accompanied by upskilling of existing employees, bringing people in from other sectors and ensuring a longer-term pathway through education and academia. The sector is committed to becoming increasingly diverse and inclusive. A strategy advisory board, the Investment in Talent Group, has been established comprising senior representatives from across the sector, Government, and the devolved administrations to drive delivery.


Who we are

Who we are

Scott Young, Delivery Lead, People & Skills

Sue Falch-Lovesy, Industry Chair

Zoe Keeton, Industry Sponsor

Resources

Publications & Resources

OWIC People & Skills Plan

2024/04

Offshore Wind Skills Intelligence Report 2022

2022/05

Diversity & Inclusion Best Practice Guide 2020

2020/05

Offshore Wind Skills Intelligence Report 2023

2023/06

Offshore Wind Skills Intelligence Report 2021

2021/02

Diversity & Inclusion Best Practice Guide (live)

Latest News

Over 100,000 offshore wind jobs by 2030 with decisive action on skills

14 June 2023

New website highlights training opportunities in UK offshore wind industry

24 February 2022

New project launched to boost number of women working in offshore wind

25 May 2022

More than 69,000 jobs and £60 billion private investment in UK offshore wind by 2026

25 March 2021

New report shows jobs in UK offshore wind industry to grow to 100,000

13 June 2022

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