Oil and gas leaders take on industry’s skills gap

By Gemma Mackenzie

Published: 31/10/2013

Major research into the skills landscape of North Sea oil and gas could be a real game-changer for the industry.

Led by oil and gas industry training body Opito, a pioneering new study aims to identify the extent of the current skills gap in the sector.

It is hoped that findings from the research, which is backed by various bodies including the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce, Oil & Gas UK and Subsea UK, will provide a foundation for the first ever national oil and gas sector skills strategy.

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