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Jobs and courses
As we move towards net zero, almost every job in Scotland will be affected. It’s important to make sure you have the skills to keep up with the changing demands of your job – and that’s where we come in.
Scotland needs skilled people to carry out these greener processes. Not only will this transition create many new jobs, you may also need to learn new skills to keep up with the demands of your industry.
Courses and training opportunities can help you keep your skillset up to date.
Find job opportunities
Fortunately, as we learn more about green skills gaps in our industries, many new jobs and apprenticeship opportunities will be created.
Do you have an idea of what green role you’re looking for, or are you curious? The My World of Work job search has hundreds of opportunities to explore.
Gain a qualification while learning on the job and earning a wage. An apprenticeship might be your perfect route into a green career.
Are you a team member?
Have you worked or do you currently work in energy, construction or transport? You may be eligible for certified Climate Emergency Literacy Skills (CELS) training.
You’ll be introduced to the opportunities our net zero ambitions can bring and how to approach personal and professional development. You’ll also build awareness of climate change in Scotland and understand its impact across sectors.
Visit keepscotlandbeautiful.org to get involved.
Are you a workplace leader?
You could drive meaningful, environmental change in relation to Scotland’s net zero ambition.
Transitioning at Pace to Net Zero (TAP) is a fully funded, CPD certified training course. It aims to equip senior leaders with the climate emergency principals, knowledge and skills to:
- influence meaningful change within their organisation
- upskill/reskill and mentor their workforce for green roles
- recruit employees with the skills and knowledge to achieve net zero ambitions
TAP helps leaders make informed plans for essential skills development and supports leaders on our journey to net zero.
Join the programme at transitioningatpace.com.
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