In June, NESCol (North East Scotland College) hosted Scotland’s best engineering apprentices at their campus in Fraserburgh, for the 2018 Scottish Engineering Apprentice Craft Competition. Sponsored and organised by Score Group plc, the competition saw 16 Mechanical and Electrical engineering apprentices from 9 EAL (Excellence, Achievement & Learning Limited) approved training centres compete to win the prestigious titles.
Taking place last Thursday 14th June, the 2018 Scottish Engineering Craft Competition saw this year’s finest Mechanical and Electrical engineering apprentices in Scotland battle it out to win the prestigious titles.
We were once again delighted, as part of our ongoing schools engagement, to welcome thirteen secondary school pupils from Fraserburgh Academy for a work experience week between 21st and 25th May.
From -30C to +41C. From dry desert to constant rain and salty sea water. The oil and gas industry is a diverse and tough environment to operate in, no matter where in the world you are based.
Score Group plc in Peterhead held its annual Apprenticeship Information Evening yesterday night (22nd March) at its Wellbank complex in Peterhead. Continue reading
The SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Aberdeen Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA), were held at the Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre on Thursday 22 March 2018. Continue reading
Thirteen Secondary 3 Girls from Peterhead Academy visited Score Energy Limited in Peterhead on 19th March. The Girls are all taking part in the Girls into Energy programme delivered through North East College Scotland (NESCol) in Fraserburgh.
Score Energy has recently been an integral part of the team involved in installing the first TDI 56H sprag clutch on a GE LM6000 gas turbine for one of their international clients.
Scotland-based gas turbine support company, Score Energy, has successfully transitioned to the latest revision of a globally recognised aerospace standard, meaning it can continue serving the aviation, space and defence sectors with the latest approvals.
Scotland-based aero-derivative gas turbine company, Score Energy, has expanded its Field Services division, adding an instrumentation and controls department generating a significant number of jobs.
The organisation, which is a subsidiary of Score Group, already has extensive customer demand for technicians and engineers to attend sites globally, carrying out routine inspections and maintenance, providing first hand professional assistance on their aero-derivative and light industrial gas turbines. The division delivers troubleshooting capabilities – mechanical or controls, Boroscopic inspections, gas turbine installation and commissioning, onsite repairs, engine removal or re-installation, site assessments and vibration analysis.