We strive to educate about green energy.

The conversation about the importance of green energy and the need to invest in sustainable solutions is one we have with staff, learners and the wider community.

Universal Skills is dedicated to supporting the net zero emissions targets and helping to protect future generations and creatures currently effected by climate change including sea turtles such as Flash!

Flash the Turtle


We strive to educate our staff, learners and wider community around the importance of looking after the environment and the steps both businesses and individuals can take to reduce their carbon footprint.


We support schemes which make us more energy efficient whilst promoting the use of green energy.

Staff members have access to EV charge points at the centre.


We support charities concerned with a greener future, including the WWF and Marine Conservation Society who work to protect the worlds oceans and beaches from the effects of climate change and pollution and educate people around the current dangers to sea life.

Training towards a greener future.

The courses we offer focus on improving understanding around renewable technology and how customers can benefit from switching from traditional fossil fuel use.

Whether it's our Smart Metering apprenticeship, EV or Solar PV, our courses are geared to up-skill those within the electrotechnical industry helping to build the infrastructure of the future energy sector one learner at a time!

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Turtle and baby turtle

Why a Turtle?

The effects of climate change and its impact on the planet are clear to see when it comes to creatures like Flash.

Population size across the various species have dropped considerably over the last 30 years as a result of erosion to their natural habitats and the rise in temperature on beaches where sea turtles lay their eggs. Several studies have shown that the change in temperature is influencing the gender of offspring during incubation, creating a shortage of males within the population.

Warming oceans have also impacted ocean currents, potentially introducing sea turtles to new predators and harming the coral reefs that some of them need to survive.

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