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Location The Hotel Condes de Barcelona, Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona, Spain
Date From: 6th Nov, 2013
To: 8th Nov, 2013
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Investing in Skilled Workforces and Succession Planning in the Power Generation Sector - November 2013, RM
 
       
Overview
Successful outage management processes come from effective planning, budgeting and organisation of your skilled workforce – are your outages as effective as they could be?
 
Power Outages Europe 2013 offered an interactive and creative opportunity to gain insights and drive innovation, so that organisations can design and implement the most effective maintenance outage in power plants.
 
The Conference offered its delegates to minimise the impact of outages on the bottom line by improving the approach to:
 
• Planning and outage strategy
• Implementing a successful outage
• Quality and performance
• Health and safety
 
ARMSA Consulting's Managing Director, Rakesh Maharaj, presented a discussion entitled ‘Investing in Skilled Workforce and Succession Planning’ with the aim to debunk some of the myths surrounding the issue and offered a new approach that could help organisations become equipped to deal with these competence questions head on.

Skills and talent management have been identified as growing challenges within the power sector, and this is often attributed to organisations not being equipped to deal with an ageing workforce, skills migration, as well as a lack of new talent being recruited into the sector.
 
Rakesh comments: “We are in an increasingly global marketplace where international boundaries are rapidly diminishing. The same applies to workforce mobilisation within the generation sector."
“Whilst this brings about an interesting dynamic in terms of overseas trained craftspeople, ensuring their ability to deliver an outage on schedule, efficiently and safely, is equally as important.”
 
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Rakesh comments: “We are in an increasingly global marketplace where international boundaries are rapidly diminishing. The same applies to workforce mobilisation within the generation sector."
“Whilst this brings about an interesting dynamic in terms of overseas trained craftspeople, ensuring their ability to deliver an outage on schedule, efficiently and safely, is equally as important.”

       
Overview
Successful outage management processes come from effective planning, budgeting and organisation of your skilled workforce – are your outages as effective as they could be?
 
Power Outages Europe 2013 offered an interactive and creative opportunity to gain insights and drive innovation, so that organisations can design and implement the most effective maintenance outage in power plants.
 
The Conference offered its delegates to minimise the impact of outages on the bottom line by improving the approach to:
 
• Planning and outage strategy
• Implementing a successful outage
• Quality and performance
• Health and safety
 
ARMSA Consulting's Managing Director, Rakesh Maharaj, presented a discussion entitled ‘Investing in Skilled Workforce and Succession Planning’ with the aim to debunk some of the myths surrounding the issue and offered a new approach that could help organisations become equipped to deal with these competence questions head on.

Skills and talent management have been identified as growing challenges within the power sector, and this is often attributed to organisations not being equipped to deal with an ageing workforce, skills migration, as well as a lack of new talent being recruited into the sector.
 
Rakesh comments: “We are in an increasingly global marketplace where international boundaries are rapidly diminishing. The same applies to workforce mobilisation within the generation sector."
“Whilst this brings about an interesting dynamic in terms of overseas trained craftspeople, ensuring their ability to deliver an outage on schedule, efficiently and safely, is equally as important.”
 
Multimedia
Rakesh comments: “We are in an increasingly global marketplace where international boundaries are rapidly diminishing. The same applies to workforce mobilisation within the generation sector."
“Whilst this brings about an interesting dynamic in terms of overseas trained craftspeople, ensuring their ability to deliver an outage on schedule, efficiently and safely, is equally as important.”

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