Event invitation – European Hydrogen Week hybrid side event hosted by the Hydrogen Skills Task Force of the International Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Economy (IPHE)
Wednesday 22 November 2024, 14:30 – 16:30 (Central European Standard Time, GMT+1)
The session will be a hybrid event and is open to for in-person attendance by European Hydrogen Week delegates (max. 40 participants) and virtual participants from all countries.
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Skills and workforce development for the Hydrogen economy – International perspectives from Members of the IPHE Hydrogen Skills Task Force
A capable workforce is required to drive and sustain the growing hydrogen economy. Several countries have embarked on efforts to identify the skills and the scale of workforces required, and are putting in place initiatives to develop hydrogen workforces. In this session, representatives of members of the IPHE Hydrogen Skills Task Force across three continents will outline how their countries are approaching hydrogen skills and workforce development, the lessons learned and key questions that still need to be answered about hydrogen workforce development. The intent of this knowledge sharing session is to enable policy makers and other hydrogen value chain stakeholders to learn from the experiences of other countries to inform their own hydrogen skills development efforts and to communicate their needs and experiences with regard to hydrogen skills and workforce development. The insights gained from this session will also be a key input to the work of the IPHE Hydrogen Skills Task Force which is developing a series of resources to assist countries to streamline and complement their hydrogen skills and workforce development efforts individually and collectively to strengthen the current and build the future global hydrogen workforce.
The session will be a hybrid event and is open to for in-person attendance by European Hydrogen Week delegates (max. 40 participants) [Room 1125 (second floor), Brussels Expo. Place de Belgique] and virtual participants from all countries. [In person venue: Room 1125 (second floor), Brussels Expo. Place de Belgique 1].
Representatives from the IPHE Skills Task Force member countries: Canada, Costa Rica, South Africa and the European Union.