Argyll Array Project Update No.32 August 2012
One of the matters that’s come up as I’ve been discussing the Fund with people recently is that many assume it only applies to education or training in engineering. This is far from the case and the range of activities it has been set up to support is very wide.The Background and Rules of the Fund are published elsewhere i An Tirisdeach to emphasise that.
However, a brief extract from them is useful to demonstrate the range of eligible activities-
- · training and education in general offshore skill sets
- · craft skills
- · Modern Apprenticeships
- · relevant vocational qualifications
- · business and management studies
- · IT
- · all engineering disciplines
- · pure and applied sciences and mathematics
In fact, the range of activities is even wider than that and the Rules give more detail. Can I also remind those interested that the deadline for applications to the Fund is 31st August.
Those who have made informal enquiries are reminded that they still need to submit a formal application to the Fund. Because of lack of space, the minutes of the meetings which set up the RESET Fund will be published in the next edition.
- · What’s in an Environmental Statement?
- · What’s a pre?application consultation?
Questions or comments If anyone has any questions or comments on any of the above, or indeed any aspect of the project, please contact me at – Donnie Campbell, ScottishPower Renewables Community Liaison Officer, Machair, Kilmoluaig in the first instance. My land line telephone number is 220 352, mobile number 07881 983 753 and email firstname.lastname@example.org.