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At the official opening of the Energy Training Service Training Centre, Lord Willis encourages registration for TRS

Posted on Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:51
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The official opening of the Energy Service Training Centre in Newcastle on November 22 by Siemens Energy Service was a great success. Lord Willis of Knaresborough took the time to encourage individuals to register for the Talent Retention Solution of which Siemens is a key sponsor. It is the first strategic initiative of its kind dedicated to the engineering and manufacturing sector UK wide and will help skills retention and talent transfer across the industry. Thanks were given by Siemens to attendees for continuing to support their efforts to build a pipeline of engineering skills in the UK. The image shows from left to right, Graham Hartley, Managing Director of Energy Service UK, Lord Willis of Knaresborough and Matthew Chinn, Managing Director of Energy Sector UK SCL North West Europe

 

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