The Future of The North East Energy Sector

Rob Storey Consulting (RSC) was invited to this event 6th June at Port of Blyth Training Services Centre to hear from a panel of experts on the renewable skills aspirations for the collaborative partnership formed by Port of Blyth and Newcastle College Group.
The impressive list of speakers comprised Martin Lawler (CEO, Port of Blyth), Marc McPake (Director of Business Partnerships, Newcastle College), Hugh McNeil (CEO, Renewable UK), Wayne Daley (Cabinet Member, North of Tyne Combined Authority) and Jamie Driscoll (North of Tyne Mayor).

The event was excellently staged and demonstrated that there is a vibrant sector requiring skilled and qualified people of all ages and types to be trained, and that this partnership has the drive, ambition and abilities to deliver.
Rob Storey has played a major role so far in amongst many things developing subsea and renewable Foundation Degrees being used, delivering Newcastle College Energy Centre, and setting up and managing Renewable training programmes out of Blyth resulting in jobs; and he’s playing an active part contributing to the Energy Partnership to realise its ambitious vision and plans.

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