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Green Jobs

Education and careers advice: how can we inform jobseekers about what green careers are available?

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Between September and December, we delivered a series of webinars bringing together job seekers, employers, think tanks, policy makers and educators to explore how green jobs can be made accessible to all.

In our third Green Jobs For All Forum webinar, hosted with the Green Alliance, we discussed education and careers advice, asking how we can make sure jobseekers are aware of the opportunities available to them within the green jobs sector – and whether jobseekers want to be in these entry-level green jobs. 

Our panellists included:

  • Catch22 Climate Impact Researcher, Jessica Ballasi,
  • Catch22 Colleges Regional Manager, Louise Hickley, and
  • City & Guilds Technical Advisor for Construction and Utilities, Jason Howe.