Getting the workforce and skills we need
When: Tuesday, 5 April 2022, 16:30 - 18:00
Where: Auditorium 1 - Level 4
Wind is set to be half of Europe’s electricity by 2050, with wind energy capacity rising from 220 GW today to up to 1,300 GW.
Do we have enough people working in the industry to deliver this?
Do we have the right skills?
How can we ensure we not only increase the number of people working in the wind industry but that we make it an inclusive and diverse sector to work in?
There is no conference pass required to attend this session.
Please stay with us for a drink after this session to continue the discussion with speakers. It will take place just outside the conference room, and will feature the launch of WindClusion and is supported by Orsted.
Deputy CEO, WindEurope
Keynote: a story about how an initiative to attract talent, resulted in a boost for the youth, the sailing industry and Spain
Maria del Mar de Ros
Spanish Sail GP Team
Building tomorrow's workforce
Programme Leader Wind Energy, Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences
Teacher, Ecole primaire Singelijn - Singelijn Primary School, Brussels
Upskilling, reskilling and vocational training – do we have the right training programmes to address the skills needs of our sector?
Carlos Simao Ferreira
Professor, Chair Wind Energy Science, TU Delft & EAWE
Francisco Javier Docampo
Head of Service Operations South Europe, MENA & Africa, Vestas
Head of Talent Management, Recruitment and Training, Iberdrola
The current and future market needs – how we can ensure to attract a diverse pool of talents?
Sophie Hartfield Lewis
Head of Project Development, Continental Europe, Ørsted
Vice President, Sales & Marketing, LM Wind Power
Global Talent & Leadership CoE, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
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