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Presentation Event

5th November, 2019

On the 11th September 2019 we welcomed candidates from all cohorts to the Offshore Wind Skills Centre to meet employers from the local wind industry and to receive their certificates.  It was a successful event allowing all to network and socialise.  The group photo shows candidates from several cohorts along with the Level 2 course tutor.

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3sun Group leads pioneering training for flow of skilled offshore wind workers

13th May, 2019

Pioneering employer-led training to ensure a pipeline of skilled workers for the multi-billion-pound offshore wind farms off the east coast is to start next month.

The new East of England Offshore Wind Skills Centre will provide technician training for local people to work in the growing wind farm industry off the Energy Coast.

A successful application by lead employer 3sun Group, joined by Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm and East Coast College, has led to the development of The East of England Offshore Wind Skills Centre to be based at East Coast College Great Yarmouth campus.

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Training at the 3sun Academy - Pic by TMS Media Ltd

East Anglian wind energy skills centre prepares to open its doors

13th May, 2019

An employer-led skills centre designed to train the next generation of offshore energy sector workers in East Anglia opens its doors today.

Companies including 3sun Group, ScottishPower Renewables and Vattenfall have pledged their support to the East of England Offshore Wind Skills Centre.

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Offshore Wind Skills Centre launched

18th December, 2018

Brandon Lewis MP and over 60 people from the Offshore Energy Sector attended the launch of the brand-new Offshore Wind Skills Centre based at East Coast College, Great Yarmouth Campus on 17 December 2018.

The East of England Offshore Wind Skills Centre is a collaborative regional training and competence facility that will provide support to local people wishing to reskill and gain sustainable employment in the offshore wind industry on the East Anglian energy coast.

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