Fraserburgh Academy runs all-girl energy classes for the first time

Pupils at the class in Fraserburgh Academy
Pupils at the class in Fraserburgh Academy

The Fraserburgh campus of NesCol is running an all-female energy course at Fraserburgh Academy for the first time.

The Skills for Work Energy course is designed to encourage more girls to consider a Science Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) related career.

Steven Wilson, HSE & Training Manager for Score (Europe) Ltd said: “Score are delighted to be supporting this course at Fraserburgh Academy.

“The company recognises the importance of ensuring that young women are fully aware the opportunities presented through STEM involvement.”

Deputy Head Teacher Curriculum at the Academy Ed Walton said: “ This course is a valuable addition to the school’s curriculum.

“The Academy are delighted to build on our strong Partnership with NESCOL, and with local employers.”

Duncan Abernethy, Head of Business and Community Development said: “I am very pleased that Score has agreed to be a key supporter of this course.

“This is an extension of the long relationship the College has enjoyed with Score over the years.”