Former oil and gas managers are being invited to enrol in a programme to help them into new employment,
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce is looking for recruits for its third and final cohort as part of the Executive Springboard pilot.
A small number of places remain on the fully-funded scheme, which aims to support oil and gas middle and senior management, affected by redundancy since the downturn in global crude prices.
The training is aimed at helping these managers find new employment in other industry sectors.
Liam Smyth, deputy chief executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce, said: “The feedback from candidates who have already joined the programme has been extremely positive.
“The Executive Springboard has provided a step in the right direction through practical training, constructive advice and tangible opportunities.”
The final cohort of the programme, supported by the Training Transition Fund, will start on June 30.
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