TILG and Air Products team up to engage learners in Immingham

Students in 10 schools in Immingham and the surrounding areas will take part in a new delivery project with Air Products enabling young people to learn more about Air Product’s state-of-the-art new Green Energy Terminal.

The terminal will be the first ever large-scale green hydrogen production facility in the UK and is expected to create 1,400 jobs in Immingham – worth up to £4.6 billion to the local economy!

In addition to learning more about the project, students will also discuss the skills required for the world of work including both transferable and future skills, interview skills and apprenticeship opportunities with local provider CATCH among much more.

TILG Delivery Manager Liam Brookes said, “We are thrilled to be delivering such an important project to the students of Immingham with Air Products.  So far, students have engaged brilliantly with the project and are keen to understand what their future world of work may look like with opportunities such as the new Green Energy Terminal. It’s a real pleasure to deliver this project on behalf of the team at Air Products and to continue developing our relationship with our Year 7 TNCC sponsors”.

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