Monday, 26 August 2013

Career in energy industry beckons for modern apprentices

Over 100 youngsters from across Scotland start on SSE's Modern Apprenticeship programme this week.

Thousands applied to join the programme and the new recruits had to pass a rigorous selection process.

They will be based at key sites throughout Scotland from Clyde Wind Farm in Lanarkshire to Peterhead Power Station and engineering depots throughout Scotland. 

The programme combines theoretical study with hands on practical experience. 

Ryan Sadler, SSE’s Head of Learning and Development said: “Our people are our greatest asset and this programme is an investment in our future. I am personally delighted that despite the tough economic climate SSE is still showing its commitment to investing in its people.

Chief Executive of Skills Development Scotland, Damien Yeates said: “Every one of these apprentices has won a passport to success through SSE’s apprenticeship programme. This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of Scotland’s top companies and build a career in a fast-moving and vital sector.”

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