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CCCG and 3t Launch Pioneering Training Courses in Wind Energy

Capital City College Group celebrates the launch of its new wind energy training courses at CONEL’s Enfield site.

Capital City College Group (CCCG) has partnered with 3t, the leading training provider to the global offshore wind market and the UK energy industry. The pioneering collaboration will bring fully-funded specialist wind operations training courses to London for the first time. 

To celebrate the partnership, CCCG hosted an exclusive event at The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London’s (CONEL) newly developed wind operations training centre at the Enfield centre on 8 November. Senior leaders from both organisations joined representatives from the Greater London Authority (GLA) and the Department for Education to officially launch the programme at the state-of-the-art site.

CCCG and 3t Launch Pioneering Training Courses in Wind Energy

Jackie Chapman, Executive Director of Growth and Partnerships, at Capital City College Training said: “Through our brand new facilities and the expertise of 3t’s training instructors and industry-accredited courses, we’re excited to welcome the industry’s future leaders to come and train with us.”

CONEL will offer fully-funded, flexible, four-week bootcamp-style training programmes accredited by the Global Wind Organisation (GWO). 3t’s Training Services division is the UK’s largest provider of GWO training and has the extensive knowledge and expertise to deliver the new ground-breaking program. The skills and qualifications acquired will help local people begin a career in wind – one of the UK’s fastest-growing industries.

Emma Howorth, General Manager for England at 3t said: “Our role as a training provider is to equip the next generation of workers with the skills, confidence, and qualifications to set them up for success in their careers. We’re delighted to be working with CCCG; this partnership has the potential to make a lasting impact on the UK’s energy security.”

CCCG and 3t Launch Pioneering Training Courses in Wind Energy

The new training facility will support the wind industry’s need for new talent and will contribute to the UK Government’s targets to cut CO2 emissions and achieve ambitious skilled worker targets.

Sarah Maclean from the Department for Education, a director for Skills, Strategy and Engagement said: “The work that’s going on here is incredibly important, to develop the skills needed to fill those jobs in wind power.”

Find out more and apply to our Windfarm Operations course here.


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