Tidewater Community College Apprenticeship Institute

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Global Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels Market Report 2017-2022 offers a comprehensive analysis on Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels industry, delivering detailed market data and penetrating insights. The report provides analysis which is beneficial for industry insider, potential entrant and investor. The Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels report will the thorough study of the key business players to grasp their business methods, annual revenue, company profile and their contribution to the world Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels market share. The report covers a huge area of information including an overview, comprehensive analysis, definitions and classifications, applications, and expert opinions.

http://www.satprnews.com/2018/01/18/global-offshore-wind-turbine-installation-vessels-market-growth-analysis-trends-forecast-by-regions-type-and-application-to-2022/

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Billed as “the most realistic subsea training and testing facility in the world,” the Underwater Centre at Fort William boasts its own sheltered, multiple-depth seawater dive site, a private pier complex, a 1.5 million litre indoor seawater dive tank and full residential accommodation. Based on the banks of Loch Linnhe, a tidal sea loch at the southern end of Scotland’s Great Glen, and run by a team of highly-skilled and experienced instructors and training staff, the Centre enjoys an enviable reputation for training commercial divers and ROV operators, and as a venue for large-scale sea trials. Dr Gareth takes a look inside

http://www.offshore-technology.com/features/fort-william-underwater-centre-inside-worlds-advanced-subsea-testing-facility/

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The waste-to-energy facility is due to begin operation in 2018. The building was completed with University of Hull input in the hopes of increasing access to education about renewable energy.

A key element of the new, £200m energy from waste power plant ‘Energy Works’ has been completed, paving the way for new research into renewable energy technologies.

Spencer Group, a multi-disciplinary engineering business, has steered the Energy Works scheme in Hull from concept to delivery and the company is now playing a part in construction of the vast green energy facility.

Up to 150 Spencer Group staff and sub-contractors have been delivering the £35m package of civil and structural works for the green energy power plant. The team has now completed the Energy Academy, a learning, research and development facility created in partnership with the University of Hull.

https://www.bioenergy-news.com/display_news/13295/research_and_control_center_for_energy_works_plant_completed/

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PUTRAJAYA: The Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry (KeTTHA) will implement the green technology syllabus in the Secondary School Standard Curriculum (KSSM) by the year 2020.

This is in a bid to create awareness and inculcate the culture of green lifestyle among students in the country.

Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili said KeTTHA, through the Yayasan Hijau Malaysia (YaHijau) would collaborate with Universiti Sains Malaysia Centre For Education, Training and Research in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CETREE) and the Education Ministry to review the curriculum and subjects related to the use of green technology.

He said the green technology syllabus would most probably be inserted in subjects such as Science, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.

http://malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/713527-green-technology-syllabus-to-be-fully-implemented-by-2020-maximus.html

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Measuring the Potential of Apprenticeships

Posted by Karen Miller on December 14, 2017 4:45 PM EST
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Apprenticeships have bipartisan support as a promising alternative to bring young people into the workforce, but they are still only a tiny fraction of total job openings in the United States. In this report, co-authored with the Managing the Future of Work Project at Harvard Business School, we assess the potential to expand this approach.

Apprenticeships are much more common in Europe than the United States. There has been considerable discussion about expanding this option into new fields, but no comprehensive assessment of the opportunities. To find answers, we examined the skills demanded in job postings for more than 23 million openings in 2016. We identified the underlying skills in apprenticeship roles and looked for similarities in other positions.

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All stakeholders have an interest in building on the experience of existing projects to reduce investment cost, streamline the project development process and build high performing projects. From 2014 through 2016, ABS Group served as the Certified Verification Agent (CVA) for the Block Island project, the first commercial offshore wind farm in U.S. waters. In this role, we provided an independent third-party assessment of the design, fabrication and installation of the wind farm on behalf of the client.

 To access the full paper,

http://www.abs-group.com/Knowledge-Center/Insights/Lessons-Learned-from-First-US-Offshore-Wind-Farm-Design-Manufacturing-and-Construction/

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Preston High School Career and Technology Education’s electrical and power/energy course participants are building a wind turbine and solar panels on the school property.

The turbine as well as four solar panels were purchased through grant funding.

Supervising teacher Jason Curry said the turbine will take about four-

https://www.theet.com/prestoncountynews/news/electrical-and-power-energy-students-building-wind-turbine-at-preston/article_8195eed1-3602-526e-81b6-8ec41705a3b1.html

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Ørsted Cash for College Students

Posted by Web Master 6 on November 6, 2017 12:20 PM EST
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Grimsby Institute of Further & Higher Education has received a share of £20,000 to help students facing financial hardship.

 

The money has been donated by Ørsted, formally known as DONG energy, from their Skills Fund allocation, which will help students struggling to pay for travel to and from the Grimsby Institute’s campuses in Grimsby, Immingham and Skegness.

 

https://www.fenews.co.uk/press-releases/15252-orsted-cash-for-college-students

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In the first week of October, the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult and the University of Hull announced that they had teamed up to launch a pioneering £2 million offshore wind operations and maintenance (O&M) centre of excellence.

What are the key objectives of the Centre and what are the main themes of the work it will carry out? What are the main expected outputs? And in what way will the work carried out at the Centre be of use to the wider offshore wind O&M sector?

http://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/marine-renewable-energy/offshore-catapult-and-hull-university-team-up-for-offshore-o-and-m-centre-of-excellence

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