St Helens Chamber sparks a collaboration with E-Verve Energy

01 Jun 2021


St Helens Chamber’s Learning to Work programme, enables school children to have an awareness of the employment opportunities available to them, both in St Helens and beyond its boundaries.

The programme has been developed in line with national guidance for Careers Education for Primary School Children and based on years of experience of working in primary schools and receiving feedback from schools and teaching staff.

It comprises of sessions designed to explore key growth employment sectors, including an overview of fossil fuels and green energy and how we can make better choices for the future to look after our planet and our health.

The Chamber has teamed with E-Verve Energy Ltd to optimise the reach of ‘Electric Futures’ learning resources for young people.

In doing so the Chamber aims to maximise engagement and awareness of key issues our planet faces and how green energy choices could postively impact young peoples health, their environment and their future learning and career choices.

Rachel Wellens, Events & Partnership Manager says: “Our partnership with E-Verve Energy Ltd is an exciting step to drive awareness of the benefits of green energy and how we can collectively make better choices for our planet and health.

“One of the most exciting areas of career and industry growth is in energy storage. This provides both UK and international job opportunities in a thriving sector for the future of our young people, as well as playing a part in the protection of the environment.”

To find out more about the Learning to Work programme, please contact Rachel Wellens on 01744 742028 or email