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Employer Workshop for Cleantech with Oil & Gas (for Ops and Tech Leaders)
Employer Workshop for Cleantech with Oil & Gas is part of a research project sponsored by the Government of Alberta and CRIN to help develop a workforce strategy that incorporates the ever-growing demand for cleantech innovation talent, alongside traditional talent, in the province’s oil and gas industry. We require a workforce of skilled, innovative and diverse talent to drive the energy transition to a more sustainable and competitive industry.

This workshop is for operations and technical leaders in the oil and gas and cleantech industries who can speak to skill and occupational requirements. For example: entrepreneurs, small business owners, producers, field operations managers, service and supply companies, and research and accelerator organizations, etc.

This interactive workshop is an opportunity for diverse stakeholders of labour demand sectors to share knowledge and participate in facilitated discussion and polls about the current state of the industry and its workforce needs moving forward. This includes discussing in-demand occupations, hiring challenges, and availability and readiness of talent.

Participating in these workshops is an opportunity for employers to:
- Leverage their strategic planning
- Share unique insights
- Influence career and training decisions.
- Inform strategies that support the industry’s need to attract and retain diverse talent with expertise from technical to entrepreneurial

We are looking forward to meeting you.

Jul 13, 2021 07:30 AM in Edmonton

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Speakers

Cheryl Knight
Project Consultant
Cheryl Knight was the founding Executive Director and CEO of the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada (now PetroLMI). Operating her own consulting firm since 2013, she has become one of Canada’s recognized expert in energy industry workforce issues and strategies.  Her education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours in Psychology, a Master of Education in Counselling and a Strategic Workforce Planning certificate. She is a recognized expert in understanding trends and influences on Canada’s labour market.
Pat Hufnagel-Smith
Project Consultant
Pat Hufnagel-Smith has over 20 years’ experience providing insights into the dynamics of Canada’s labour market, emerging trends and occupations, and workforce requirements. In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Certificate in Adult Education and Facilitation, Pat holds a Master’s Certificate in Project Management. Two areas Pat is most passionate about are: the effective transition of skilled and experienced workers between industries, and helping clients use labour market intelligence to develop effective talent strategies.