Energy consultancy Xodus Group has been presented with the Silver Corporate Partner Award by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
The company received the recognition for its commitment to supporting engineers’ professional development and advocating the profession to school pupils through various outreach activities.
IChemE deputy president Andrew Thompson said: “Xodus is dedicated to ensuring its process engineers are reaching their potential and are the best they can be. This is evident in their dedication to sharing knowledge and expertise – through internal training sessions, supporting engineers in getting chartered, and encouraging them to take on volunteer roles that benefit the profession.
“Through all this, engineers at Xodus have become exceptional role models for the next generation of chemical engineers.”
Xodus Group MD Steve Swindell said the award recognised the firm’s achievements in meeting IChemE’s standard for commitment to the chemical engineering profession, and its standards for the training and professional development of staff.
Photo: (l-r) Steve Swindell of Xodus, Andrew Thompson of IChemE, Caroline Laurenson of Xodus and Jon Prichard of IChemE at Xodus Group’s Aberdeen office.