"Once we have an evenly diverse workforce,
the circle will be complete, it will be full.
Our work will be done."
Full Cricle 21
Full Circle 21 is a membership group available to everyone working within the net zero sector in Scotland, which aims to support the industry to progress to a gender and ethnically balanced workforce and increase awareness to break the bias.
Our ambition is for the renewables sector in Scotland to have a fully diverse workforce with all genders and ethnicities equally represented.
We want the renewables industry to recognise Full Circle 21 as a group that can be called on to help support career progression through training, workshops and peer support.
Yes, that is a lot to achieve, but you have to start somewhere and we’re up for the challenge!
Click down below to learn more about our approach and to join our network.
Full Circle 21 is focused on...
Net Zero Industry
General Diversity & Inclusion
Scotland and Scottish Residents
We will working closely with colleges and universities to promote the clean energy sector and net zero industry to underrepresented groups (e.g., girls and ethnic minority groups).
We will provide opportunities for underrepresented groups already in the industry to acquire skills that will facilitate career progression (e.g., professional development, coaching support).
We will provide a network for buddies/allies to share open and honest conversations and ideas. We want to allow everyone to learn more about the lived experiences of underrepresented groups.
We will share job opportunities to attract more diverse talent into the industry and stop leakage out of the industry. We want this to be a supportive environment for those looking to return after time out of work too.
- Wed, 07 DecOnline07 Dec, 09:00 – 10:00OnlineThe final session brings everything together as we discuss how to prepare and execute a successful job interview. We’ll demonstrate how to prioritise information, convey experience persuasively, successfully bridge from question to answer and demonstrate great body language, virtually and in-person.