eCom Scotland has joined Offshore Energies UK as a member, it said February 21. Scotland’s leading provider of digital learning and assessment materials said it wanted to support the UK energy industry’s leading association which “acts as the gateway to industry networks and expertise.”
Membership gives eCom Scotland access to the organisation’s industry-led forums and workgroups – notably its ‘Skills and Employment’ forum – enabling eCom to help shape the industry’s agenda and work collaboratively with industry peers to identify and promote good practice.
It added: “Offshore Energies UK’s ‘Skills Transition’ forum focuses on sustainability issues – and eCom believes that the transfer of knowledge and skills from oil and gas to renewables is going to be key over the next few
years.” It said it could also engage with governments and other organisations with a
stake in the industry’s future such as the Oil & Gas Authority and UK ministries.