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Legasea Launch Circular Economy Apprenticeships

Environmental energy service company, Legasea, the first subsea company built around circular economy principles, today announced the launch of its apprenticeship programme. The programme will offer two positions for Circular Economy Engineering Apprentices and one position for a Business Administration Apprentice.



“We are excited to launch our apprenticeship programme and to help create the next generation of circular economy leaders,” said Ray Milne, Operations Director at Legasea. “These apprenticeships will provide young people with the skills and knowledge they need to make a real difference in the world. We are committed to creating a sustainable future for the subsea industry and these apprenticeships are a key part of our strategy to achieve this goal.”



The apprenticeships will be delivered in partnership with Tullos Training, a leading provider of apprenticeships in the North East of Scotland. The programme will cover a range of topics, including:



· Circular Economy Principles

· Electrical, Mechanical and Hydraulic Subsea Engineering

· Business Administration

· Project Management



Apprentices will also have the opportunity to work on real-world projects at Legasea. This will give them the chance to learn from experienced professionals and to make a real impact on the company.



For further information on these apprenticeships, please visit https://www.legasealtd.com



Lewis Sim, Managing Director (Left), Ray Milne Operations Director, (Right)



About Legasea Ltd



Legasea Ltd is a subsea company built around circular economy principles. The company was founded in 2018 by a team of experienced subsea professionals who are passionate about creating a more sustainable future for the industry. Legasea offers a range of services, including:



· Design and manufacture of subsea components

· Installation and commissioning of subsea systems

· Refurbishment and maintenance of subsea equipment

· Reuse of decommissioned subsea assets



Legasea is committed to using circular economy principles in all aspects of its business. This includes using recycled materials, designing products for longevity, and finding new ways to reuse and recycle subsea assets.



About Tullos Training


Founded in 1968 as an employer led training provider, Tullos Training remains at the forefront of engineering training in North East Scotland and operates from a fully equipped training centre in the West Tullos district of the City of Aberdeen. The centre has extensive training workshop facilities specialising in electrical engineering and installation, electronics, welding/fabrication, mechanical engineering, machining manufacture, and under building services; air conditioning & refrigeration, plumbing and heating & ventilating. In addition to national training programmes the centre offers a wide variety of short courses.



For more information, please visit https://www.tullostraining.co.uk/





Legasea Facility - Subsea Tree Operations

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