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The Big Bang North West 2016: ScottishPower confirm as Show Stage sponsor!
March 17th 2016

The Big Bang North West 2016: ScottishPower confirm as Show Stage sponsor!

Fantastic news! ScottishPower have confirmed as The Big Bang North West’s Show Stage sponsor!

ScottishPower made a big impression with their stand at The Big Bang North West 2015 and after seeing how inspiring the event is, they were keen to reach out to more young people in 2016. Along with the additional space at our amazing new venue at the Liverpool Exhibition Centre, we have an impressive new Show Stage. This was the perfect way for ScottishPower to invest in their goal.BIG BANG SCOTTISH POWER OFFICIAL

Muir McDonald, Head of Resourcing at ScottishPower said: “We are delighted to sponsor the Show Stage at Big Bang North West, an event which plays a vital role in inspiring young people to become the engineers and scientists we will need to address the future challenges faced by the energy sector.

At ScottishPower we are making huge investments to help the UK meet its future energy challenges, so it is vital that we continue to invest in attracting, nurturing and retaining the talented people who will shape our success and continue the progress we are making.”

ScottishPower are currently accepting applications for their Apprenticeship Programmes.
• Craft Apprentice Programme
• Engineering Foundation Training Programme
Find out more here…

It’s National Apprenticeship Week, get involved!

The Big Bang North West 2015 Gallery: ScottishPower

 

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