A&DS Conference – Is Scotland Green Jobs Ready? – Preparing for the green economy.
April, 25th, The Elim Centre, Glasgow
What are the potential of Green Jobs in Scotland? The third in a series of conferences organised by A&DS on various aspects of sustainability, the Green Jobs conference will be addressed by Fergus Ewing, MSP and Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism. Good places need to be underpinned by an economy that gives people the opportunities to make the most of their lives.
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With this in mind, and while financial stability is only one contributor to socio-economic sustainability, communities supported by people in meaningful employment have greater opportunities to thrive. In a wider context the drive for a more sustainable, confident Scotland will increasingly create opportunities to take advantage of the huge potential that exists in the areas of innovation and the green jobs agenda. It is for these reasons that Architecture and Design Scotland’s Sust. Programme has arranged an event which will examine these very issues. This event is sponsored by CSkills and you can get further information by clicking on the link to the brochure above.
Content will range from renewable technologies to the use of indigenous materials in the construction sector. The event will also examine the need to develop and transform skills as we move from traditional to modern methods of construction, new finance models and how the Green Deal might support new low carbon jobs.
We are sure that attendance at this informative and business focused event will represent an ideal opportunity for you to engage on these pressing issues, meet with potential clients and develop business opportunities. Simply click on the link above to view the full programme or visit www.spectrum-events.co.uk.
Reserve your delegate place early to avoid disappointment by clicking here or completing the form in the brochure above. If you require any further information please contact Cherry Martin at Spectrum Events on 0131 553 9386 or by email email@example.com.