CEnv Blog | Green skills are critical if we want our apprentices to #buildthefuture - By Dr Adam Read CEnv
In this Suez blog and in celebration of National Apprenticeships Week 2022, Dr Adam Read explores the skills challenge in the resources and waste sector.
Adam is Director of External Affairs at SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, a Chartered Environmentalist, and President of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM).
A snippet of his blog can be found below.
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During National Apprentice Week it’s been fantastic to see all the media attention surrounding the current crop of apprentices across all walks of life, and I have taken a keen interest in the work of apprentices from across the resources and waste as we celebrate and showcase the important role apprenticeships play in delivering the workforce of today and just as importantly tomorrow as we transition to new services, technologies and offerings. Apprenticeships in our sector today not only enable us attract and develop new talent, but they also support our colleagues who’ve already got a taste for waste & resource management and who want to develop their careers, from deepening their technical capability to management qualifications and beyond.