The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has beefed up its board as it prepares to play its part in the sector’s recovery.
Like many things in life, the more you put in, the more you get back, and that’s very much the case when it comes to mentoring.
The achievements of budding oil and gas project leaders and their mentors have been marked at an awards ceremony in Aberdeen.
Technological change is more likely to increase the headcount of the engineering construction industry (ECI) workforce than reduce it, according to new research published today.
The upstream oil and gas industry has been presented with a proposal to consider a new way of running the business of global infrastructure projects at a speech delivered by renowned US project management expert Stephen Mulva.
The achievements of a group of mentors and their mentees in the oil and gas industry have been celebrated at an awards ceremony in Aberdeen.
A senior north-east oil and gas executive has been made regional chairman of the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
A trade body has made a £350,000 funding pledge to raise awareness of mental health issues in the UK’s engineering construction sector.
An oil and gas skills organisation has warned employers may shift apprenticeship training to England after the Scottish Government revealed it would not ring-fence funds allocated via the new UK-wide Apprenticeship Levy.
Fort William's Underwater Centre, is working in collaboration with asset integrity multi-national Stork to deliver a new one-day certified course in bolt tensioning for divers.