NetZero and Employers
What the drive to decarbonise means for you
Committing to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 will affect us all in the way heat and power are provided, the way we get around and the way we build our homes.
As we shift towards a greener economy, many new business opportunities will open up – but only for those who have the necessary skills available.
That’s why, as an employer, it’s vital for you to look to the future by either upskilling your existing workforce or taking on new staff with the right skill set to help you make the most of those opportunities.
Why join the Green Economy?
From new heating systems and more efficient insulation to electric vehicles and renewable energy sources, the way we all live and work is about to change – which will offer a host of opportunities for businesses and people with the right skills.Find out more
How NetZero Training Hub Portsmouth will help
Access students with the right skills
Our online training hub will soon host an interactive job board that allows you to connect directly with a pool of talented candidates. Create a profile, post jobs for free, and allow students with the skills and experience you need to connect with you direct.
Upskilling your employees
Closing the net zero skills gap is as much about retraining existing employees as taking on new ones – and at NetZero Training Hub Portsmouth, we have a wide range of courses available.
Be part of a network of NetZero leaders & Innovators
To achieve NetZero and effectively decarbonise housing by 2050, we’re going to need to work together. By joining NetZero Training Hub Portsmouth, you’ll be joining a group of researchers, employers and manufacturers leading the way in green building.
What other leaders say
“The offer from the NetZero Training Hub really hits the mark and I am certain that partnering with them is the start of progress within HCTA to address the challenge that decarbonisation presents within individual companies.“
“The NetZero Training Hub allows us the opportunity to connect with other manufacturers to discuss current net zero projects and challenges. The training opportunities are also very valuable!”