An update on the progress of an electric rally car Modified Green Rally Car ‘banned for being too fast’ which fits nicely if you are using the STEM Central electric rally car materials. Are there obvious reasons why a modified electric car might outperform a petrol car?
The Early Years team here at Education Scotland are excited about the Scottish Learning Festival. On Wednesday Jacque Fee from our team will be delivering a seminar: Policy to Pavement. Also on Wednesday come and join us at our Early Years spotlight session at 12 where you can ask us questions and meet the team. We will also be at the Education Scotland stand throughout both days.
We look forward to seeing you there!
It is estimated that between 52,000 to 95,000 energy-related jobs will be created in the coming decade as Scotland realises its ambitions to become a world leader in wind, wave and tidal renewable technologies. In total, the transformation to a low carbon economy could generate an estimated 130,000 jobs.
The oil and gas sector continues to grow too with companies in this industry looking to recruit 10,000 employees over the next 5 years.
Education Scotland has produced this guidance leaflet for teachers and those who advise on careers.
Download the document below to learn more about:
- the job opportunities that exist and the skills that will be required to access careers in the energy sector
- online support and resources that are available to support learning and teaching
- places to visit including renewable energy demonstration projects
- what you can do to promote awareness and engagement in energy-related careers
Download the leaflet >> Working in the energy sector
Order printed copies of this leaflet – email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Customer services on 0141 282 5000