Active Training Team kick off Season 2 of their podcast with a special 2-part mini-pod feature that asks the question ‘what now?’ Recorded and produced remotely during coronavirus lockdown in late April 2020, ATT wonder what will be different for...
ATT exports wind power safety leadership expertise to Denmark
ATT sent a team to Denmark last week to deliver a bespoke immersive and interactive programme ‘Who Cares’ for Danish green energy company Ørsted.
As the UK announces a record amount of wind power, with capacity to power 7 million homes and at lower-than-expected cost, the renewables industry is set to continue to expand around our island nation. The Crown Estate has identified new areas of seabed in its next round of offshore wind development, a move welcomed by Benj Sykes, Industry Chair of the Offshore Wind Industry Council (OWIC).
The UK is home to a highly skilled supply chain, and this capacity to cover the full project life-cycle makes a significant contribution to the growth of the industry. ATT’s work as part of that supply chain, developing high quality safety leadership programmes, has developed through experience of working with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, GE Renewable Energy Onshore Wind Australia, and ongoing programmes for Ørsted.