The European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) is calling upon its members to assist in identifying the necessary skills for the evolving energy landscape. This move comes as part of EAGE’s ongoing efforts to pivot towards a more sustainable future, in line with global decarbonization goals.
EAGE’s Education Committee, in collaboration with the EAGE Decarbonization and Energy Transition Community, has developed a tool aimed at helping members discern the skills they might need as they navigate the energy transition. The goal is to ensure professionals in the energy sector have a clear roadmap of the expertise and training required as the industry undergoes significant change.
To fine-tune the tool’s recommendations and ensure they mirror the actual needs of the EAGE community, a brief survey has been launched. Comprising just four questions, it is designed to be succinct and user-friendly, taking only a few minutes to complete.
EAGE members are encouraged to contribute their insights by filling out the survey available at https://lnkd.in/eWB9SinH. By doing so, they play a pivotal role in shaping the association’s educational programmes, ensuring they remain relevant and impactful in these transformative times.
This proactive approach by EAGE underlines the importance of reskilling and updating knowledge bases in the face of an industry that is swiftly moving towards a more environmentally friendly and sustainable model.