Maersk Training is set to increase headcount across its UK sites as it looks to recruit new instructors to meet industry demand for new energies training, it said April 20. The previous month marked the first anniversary of the North Sea Transition Deal.
UK operations manager Callum Dewar said: “As the industry gears up for the energy transition, we’re seeing a huge surge in demand for training courses that cover competence needs for new energies.”
Maersk Training’s recruitment drive comes just one month after it completed the final phase of an £800,000 refurbishment of its Aberdeen and Newcastle training centres (see image below, courtesy Maersk Training).
The Deal “put people and skills at the core, making a promise to enable the reskilling of the oil and gas workforce,” said Dewar.
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“In March we saw the first-year anniversary of the North Sea transition deal, which put people and skills at the core, making a promise to enable the reskilling of the oil and gas workforce. This transition, that we are helping to deliver, ensures workers can support the diverse energy sector,” Dewar said.