A BECBC member workshop to encourage volunteers to be involved in presenting in schools to encourage students to consider different opportunities for their future and careers.
FREE event for BECBC members.
In April 2018, Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) established its first ever Shadow Board: a group of eight young professionals between 18 and 30 working within the energy sector supply chain in Cumbria. The idea was to create positive disruption by bringing greater diversity into the cluster’s leadership and giving the next generation a voice in the cluster’s activities, vision and direction.
The current Shadow Board are (left to right):
Mohammad Hossain, TSP Engineering
Adam Pearson, Adamedia
Thomas Hyland, Balfour Beatty
Rob Ward, Copeland Borough Council
Jason Savage, Sellafield Ltd (not in photo)
Below are some updates on BECBC Shadow Board activities:
BECBC Shadow Board Podcasts (available on Spotify):
BECBC Shadow Board Newsletters:
AppFit Event (11 Jan 2020) - organised by Jason Savage, BECBC Shadow Board member
AppFit is an event co-ordinated by the Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) Shadow Board to help young professionals in Cumbria get into the right apprenticeships. Young professionals in Cumbria have the opportunity to practice the apprenticeship application process before applying for the start in their careers.
Event support currently includes:
ARUP, Balfour Beatty, Capula, Centre for Leadership Performance, Copeland Borough Council, Cumbria LEP, Energus, IDS, Inspira, Jacobs, Kaefer, KBR, React Engineering, Rosehill Theatre, Sellafield Ltd, Wood, WYG with training providers Carlisle College, Gen2 and Lakes College
Global Reach (6 November 2019)
Other activites have included:
BECBC initiative delivered by Inspira, you can support these events by donating here.