For many years Score Group plc has benefited from a close collaboration with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) which represents and promotes the interests of more than 100,000 professional engineers in 139 countries.
Score Group is the biggest single employer of 16-22 year-olds in the Peterhead area of Aberdeenshire and operates a highly acclaimed 6-year Modern Apprenticeship scheme for engineers and other trainees which last year saw the company named Large Employer of the Year by Skills Development Scotland.
Early in March, after expressing his pleasure at being present in Perth, Western Australia, to talk to our Score apprentices on this ground-breaking occasion, Conrad Ritchie, Deputy MD of Score Europe and Chairman of Score Training, explained his role and involvement with Score trainees, globally.
North-East Scotland College hosted its annual Oil & Gas Event on the 4th February at its Fraserburgh campus. Over 800 people attended during the evening including many school leavers who were interested in getting information on Score’s highly regarded Modern Apprenticeship scheme.
The North East of Scotland has a proud tradition of producing talented engineers, a tradition which Score Group plc is committed to continuing through the next generation and beyond.
Score Atlanta Inc, with assistance from Score Diagnostics Limited, participated in the annual Nuclear Valve Users’ Group conference and exhibition in Jacksonville, Florida on January 13th-17th.
It has now been over 25 years since Score began its apprenticeship programme and during that time hundreds of dedicated young ladies and men have successfully progressed through the scheme with the in-take rising year-on-year.
On December 10th 2013 Score hosted a workshop for the Career Academies programme.
In April 2013 Score decided to take the next step for our operation in Sandnessjøen/Norway, and develop our property there with a custom made, state of the art workshop to support our local business and clients. This was also part of our strategic plan of strengthening our Norwegian operations, by having a strong presence further north.
On Friday 22nd November, a “Time Out For Safety” day was held by the Score (Europe) HS&E team along with representatives from the Europe HS&E committees across the UK sites.