Oil services company Subsea 7 hosted a visit for ‘Young Women into Energy’ students at its Aberdeen workshop.
Every year, North East Scotland College runs a skills for work energy course for girls in secondary school. The course is part of an initiative to encourage school pupils to consider engineering as a potential career path.
The course is designed to build skills around science, technology, engineering and maths and to open young women’s eyes to the energy industry’s wealth of opportunities.
During their visit to Subsea 7 the students from Hazlehead Academy learned about diving, electronics and Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV’s) as well as all the career opportunities working in subsea brings.