Local companies joined forces to talk to schools across Greater Manchester about what skills are needed in the 'green' economy. Watch their presentations here.
In Greater Manchester, we aim to be carbon neutral by 2038. That means future jobs are going to be much more focussed on making this happen for the benefit of everyone.
On 6th June 2021, we held a Green Industry Skills Day with employers from across Greater Manchester. They presented interactive workshops and pre-recorded videos that helped young people learn about the skills and job roles needed to make the 2038 target a reality.
They talked about products and services relating to sustainability, environment, low-carbon and the green supply chain.
Andy Burnham, the Mayor of Greater Manchester talks here about his priorities for making Greater Manchester a greener place to live and work.
Sustainability in the Built Environment - presented by SES
Engineering has been at the forefront of green technology.
Green Skills in Construction - presented by HyNet
How is construction becoming sustainable? An introduction to the sector, roles relating to green skills and how you can get involved. With Joy Woods, Senior Sustainability and Social Value Manager at ISG.
Environment and Social Action - persented by Ashoka
Hear from Charlotte Lastoweckyi, a youth climate activist and Ashoka Changemaker, on how getting involved in climate action opened up new opportunities and skills for her.
Clean energy for future growth - presented by Progressive Energy
Turning energy infrastructure low-carbon is a huge part of making sure our future is green.
What is Sustainable Consumption? Presented by Sofology
How can we make sure we're buying sustainable products? Presented by Kate Wright, Group Head of Sustainability. Aimed at Y9 and up, this session includes a presentation, Q&A and student task.
Apprenticeships across Greater Manchester
Discover different apprenticeship types, get application hints and tips, and apply for vacancies.