Utilities, Social Dialogue, Central government, Statement, Papers and publications
In these times of public health crisis, digital technologies enable the electricity sector to keep the lights on, adapting traditional models from generation to smart infrastructure in our constantly transforming industry.
Skills needs, developments, vocational education and training systems in the changing electricity sector
The European social partners for the electricity sector—industriAll European Trade Union and the EuropeanPublic Service Union (EPSU), representing the trade unions, and Eurelectric, representing the electricity-sector employers—have identified the skills needs for the electricity sector and education and trainingsystems as a priority for their joint work.
On 23 October 2018, the European Social Partners in the Electricity Sector – EPSU, IndustriAll and Eurelectric – came together to finalise their joint project on the right qualifications and good working conditions for young workers and trainees.
EURELECTRIC/IndustriAll Europe/EPSU Joint Press Release (27 June 2016) Today Employers and trade unions have signed a landmark agreement to provide minimum standards for trainees in the European electricity sector.Jan Willem Goudriaan, General Secretary of the European Federation of Public Service
EURELECTRIC/IndustriAll Europe/EPSU Joint Position on addressing measures to mitigate social impacts