- Northern Ireland Skills Monitoring Survey 2002. (DELNI, 2003)
- Northern Ireland Skills Monitoring Survey for 2005 (DELNI, 2005)
- Working Futures 2004-2014: Sector report (Dickerson, Homenidou and Wilson, 2006)
- Energy & Utility Skills – Future Skills Wales 2005 Sector Skills Survey (Future Skills Wales, 2005)
- Energy & Utility Skills: Scottish Sector Profile (Alliance of Sector Skills Council, 2009)
- Working Futures 2004-2014: National Report (Wilson, Homenidou and Dickerson, 2006)
- National Employers Skills Survey: Main Report (LSC, 2008)
- Energy & Utility Skills: Scottish sector profile 2009 (Alliance of Sector Skills Council, 2009)
Energy & Utility Skills publications
The following publications were produced by Energy & Utility Skills:
- Energy & Utilities AACS LMI report (2010)
- Sector Skills Assessment (2009)
- Sector Skills Agreement Stage 1 (2006) Click here for the executive summary
- Sector Skills Agreement Stage 2 (2006)
- Sector Skills Agreement Stage Regional Reports 5 (2008)
- Skills Intelligence – Diversity in the energy and utility sector (2008)
- Energy & Utility Skills LMI report March 2010
- Water Industry – Sector Skills Agreement Stages 1 & 2(2006)
- Skills Intelligence for Water – Labour Market Investigation of the UK Water Industry (2004)
- Gas Industry – Sector Skills Agreement Stages 1 & 2 (2006)
- Labour Market Investigation of the Gas Industry (2000)
- Power Industry – Sector Skills Agreement Stages 1 & 2 (2006)
- Skills Intelligence for Power – Employment and Skills Study of the UK Power Industry (2004)
- Waste Management Industry – Sector Skills Agreement Stages 1 & 2 (2006)
- Skills Intelligence for Waste – Labour Market Investigation of the UK Waste Management Industry (2006)
Energy & Utility Skills careers website and resources
The Energy & Utility Skills website has a dedicated careers area highlighting careers in the power, gas, waste management and water industries. The website includes information on career opportunities, occupational profiles, case studies and employers in the sector. Links to industry occupational profiles:
Other suggested useful links include:
- Careers resources can be downloaded from the website, including flyers on career opportunities in each of the energy and utility industries
- Links to Employers
Energy & Utility Skills
Energy & Utility Skills are the Sector Skills Council for the power, gas, waste management and water industries. The website contains information on careers in the sector, relevant qualification and training, Apprenticeships, training provider search and how the sector is represented in the UK.
Energy & Utility Skills operates an independent skills register which provides a recognised standard across the whole of the energy and utilities sector. The schemes listed on the register are related to the health, safety and competence of the workforce.
Scenta – Engineering and technology career and news
A web portal giving information on careers in science, engineering and technology from The Engineering and Technology Board
This website contains detailed information about careers in engineering and the specific sub-sectors, publications aimed at careers advisers and teachers plus 'behind the scenes' in engineering.
STEMNET links industry and schools in all Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths sectors, through national, regional and local partnerships
Careersbox is a national careers film library which is free to access. Click here to see films of real people doing real jobs in energy and utilities sector.
The IET Power Academy is an Engineering Scholarship Fund for students that would like to study Electrical Engineering at Cardiff, Imperial College London, Strathclyde, Manchester, Southampton or Queens University Belfast.
The Association of Power Producers (AEP) is the leading trade association for the UK power market.
Utility Job Search is a job site dedicated to the candidates in the UK utilities industry
Just Utilities is a job site advertising vacancies in the utility industry
Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM) independent body serving the gas industry.
CORGI are the national watchdog for gas safety in the UK
City & Guilds offers learners over 500 qualifications in 28 industry areas