National Shipbuilding Office Launches Skills Delivery Group
In a recent development, the National Shipbuilding Office has introduced a Skills Delivery Group focusing on revolutionising the skills landscape within the UK shipbuilding industry. The primary objective of this initiative is to encourage collaboration and advance equality, diversity, and inclusion in the maritime sector.
Maritime Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are now invited to apply and become integral members of the Skills Delivery Group. This presents a unique opportunity for SMEs to contribute to the evolution of the UK shipbuilding workforce actively.
By joining the Skills Delivery Group, SMEs can play a pivotal role in shaping the future of the UK shipbuilding industry.
The collaboration between the National Shipbuilding Office and maritime SMEs is expected to bring about positive changes in skill development, contributing to a resilient and inclusive future for the UK shipbuilding sector.
This announcement is an open call to all eligible maritime SMEs to consider applying and actively contribute their expertise to this significant venture.
Detailed information on the application process and the Skills Delivery Group can be found here.
The application process involves filling out a form, accessible here, providing details outlined in the document.
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