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  1. CQI Presentation BY Jo Tipa Operations Director June 2009 Supported by: NUCLEAR ADP Ltd | Aker Solutions | AMEC | Anglesey Aluminium Metals Ltd | Areva | Association of Project Management (APM) | Astec Services Ltd | AWE | Babcock Marine Clyde | BAE Systems Submarine Solutions | BNS Nuclear Services | British Energy – Part of EDF Energy | CH2M Hill | Corporate Risk Associates | Doosan Babcock | Energy Solutions | Engineering Tools and Consumables Ltd | eOrigen | First Hydro Company |Fluor Ltd |GE Hitachi Nuclear Ltd | Gows Lybster | Hazardous Material Management and Emergency Response (HAMMER) | Holbro Engineering | HSE Nuclear Directorate | JGC Engineering & Technical Services Ltd | Johnson Controls Ltd | Lab Impex Systems Ltd | LLWR Repository Ltd |Magnox North | Magnox South |MB Faber | MoD |MWH UK Ltd | National Nuclear Laboratory | Nuclear Decommissioning Authority | Nuvia Ltd | Pinsent Masons | Rolls Royce (Vulcan) | Sellafield Ltd |Serco | Skyblue Research Ltd | Springfields/Westinghouse | Studsvik | TIS Cumbria Ltd | UKAEA | Urenco | URS Washington Division | VT Nuclear Services | Worley Parsons

  2. Topics • Background • Development of the Academy • Nuclear Skills Passport • Other Key Products • CQI Nuc Sig Involvement with the Skills Academy

  3. Vision “To create, develop and promote world class skills and career pathways to support a sustainable future for the UK Nuclear Industry.” The National Skills Academy for Nuclear

  4. Background ~ Key facts • Private Ltd by Guarantee Company. • Employer Led • Small team of employees and industry .secondees. • An enabling organisation, partnerships with: • Providers: FE, HE, Private. • Other Skills Bodies e.g. Cogent SSC, LSC, NDA.

  5. Dounreay Scotland Scotland Rosyth Torness Hunterston Chapelcross Hartlepool Windscale, Calder Hall & Sellafield Barrow-In-Furness Heysham 1 & 2 Springfields Wylfa Northwest/ Northeast Wales Capenhurst Wales Derby Trawsfynydd Southeast/ East Sizewell A &B Southwest Berkeley Harwell Amersham Bradwell Oldbury Cardiff Aldermaston & Burghfield Imperial College Hinckley Point A&B Dungeness A & B Winfrith Devonport Key Regions • Key Regions: • Scotland • Northwest & Northeast • Southeast & East • Southwest • Wales

  6. First Year Objectives • Build the Employer Network • Develop a quality assured process for .providers • Develop and deliver Business Plan products .and services • Increase Apprenticeships • Develop and deliver Sector specific Foundation Degrees • Develop an ‘Award for Nuclear Industry Awareness’ • Skills Passport

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  8. Skills Passport Vision ® “Working together to develop and sustain a qualified, mobile workforce with transferable skills that enable career progression in a world-class nuclear industry.”

  9. What the Skills passport will do : • The Nuclear Skills Passport will provide all employees and contractors within the Nuclear Sector, with: • a physical record of their industry specific training and qualifications that meet the standards currently being developed and agreed . • A shared learner database that provides a registry of training records for individual passport holders • datasets that describe job roles • industry training standards • the Skills Academy assured provider network. • Benchmarking and signposting tools to support upskilling – skills gap analysis against Job Context role profiles, with signposting to training provision to meet the gaps identified.

  10. ® Leading to a sustainable, skilled, competent and safe UK nuclear workforce to achieve current and future demands The Nuclear Skills Passport recording nationally recognised skills and training across and underpinning the skills pyramid

  11. Skills Passport – System Functionality ® • Secure individual training records, housed in List X facility to meet Nuclear specific requirements. • Records nationally recognised (by employers) skills, training and development. • Recognises relevant standards from related sectors • Skills planning and gap analysis against agreed job roles (Job Contexts) • Significantly reduce need for repeat training due to national alignment.

  12. SITE A • BCIS • Site Specific • ECITB/CCNSG Safety Passport • SITE A • IOSH Working Safely • IOSH Managing Safely • Manual Handling • Behavioural/Human Performance Training Site Gate/Fence Monitored/classified worker Typical Site Access Requirements • SITE A • Generic Dressing Contamination Controlled Area • Generic entry CCA • Generic entry Radiation and Controlled Area. • RPS etc BC/SC clearance 4-6 wks BC/SC clearance 4-6 weeks

  13. SITE B BCIS Site Specific ECITB/CCNSG Safety Passport SITE A BCIS Site Specific ECITB/CCNSG Safety Passport SITE C BCIS Site Specific ECITB/CCNSG Safety Passport SITE B IOSH Working Safely IOSH Managing Safely Manual Handling Behavioural/Human Performance Training SITE C IOSH Working Safely IOSH Managing Safely Manual Handling Behavioural/Human Performance Training SITE A IOSH Working Safely IOSH Managing Safely Manual Handling Behavioural/Human Performance Training Site Gate/Fence Site Gate/Fence Site Gate/Fence Monitored/classified worker Monitored/classified worker Monitored/classified worker Multi-Site without a Nuclear Skills Passport ® SITE A Generic Dressing Contamination Controlled Area Generic entry CCA Generic entry Radiation and Controlled Area. RPS etc BC/SC clearance 4-6 wks SITE B Generic Dressing Contamination Controlled Area Generic entry CCA Generic entry Radiation and Controlled Area. RPS etc BC/SC clearance 4-6 wks SITE C Generic Dressing Contamination Controlled Area Generic entry CCA Generic entry Radiation and Controlled Area. RPS etc BC/SC clearance 4-6 wks

  14. SITE A BCIS Site Specific ECITB/CCNSG Safety Passport SITE A IOSH Working Safely IOSH Managing Safely Manual Handling Behavioural/Human Performance Training Site Gate/Fence Monitored/classified worker SITE B Site Specific Asbestos Awareness Site Gate/Fence Monitored/classified worker Site Gate/Fence Multi Site with a Nuclear Skills Passport ® SITE A Generic Dressing Contamination Controlled Area Generic entry CCA Generic entry Radiation and Controlled Area. RPS etc BC/SC clearance 4-6 wks SITE B Site Specific Contamination / Radiation Controlled Area entry. SITE B Site Specific SITE C Site Specific SITE C Site Specific

  15. Benefits ® • Mobility, flexibility and transferability of skills. • Personal development and career progression. • Workforce retention and development. • Improved standards and safety. • Public confidence in the industry. • Significant Supply Chain cost savings.

  16. Re-skill, Up-skill and Recruit ® On going training and development of staff, crediting and recording attainment. National recognition. Requires an Industry wide approach to develop and retain the UK skills base The Nuclear Skills Passport

  17. Award for Nuclear Industry Awareness

  18. Gaining and Demonstrating Nuclear Knowledge Award of Nuclear Industry Awareness • Designed by the Nuclear Industry • For individuals new to, or planning to join the industry • Includes foundation understanding of: • Conventional safety • Nuclear safety • Operations • Waste management • Security requirements • History

  19. Community Apprenticeships

  20. Community Apprenticeships • Opportunity for the Supply Chain to invest ….in Apprenticeships for the future • Available across all 5 Skills Academy ….regions • Up to £5000 wage subsidy per Apprentice ….per annum direct to the Employer • 38 Additional Apprentices started in 2008 • Interest growing across the regions to take ….up this offer for Sept 2009 new starters

  21. CQI and The National Skills Academy for Nuclear

  22. Working Together • CQI Nuc Sig to create Job Contexts for Quality Roles using the template supplied. • Cogent SSC will then put this onto the Skills Passport Framework • Discussions to take place with Skills Academy, Cogent and CQI Nuc Sig re how Quality impacts on other Job Contexts. • Timescales

  23. Job Contexts 1 – 13: • 1. Energy Production Operations • 2. Decommissioning Operations • 3. Process Operations • 4. Maintenance Operations • 5. Safety & Security • 6. Radiation Protection • 7. Project Management • 8. Engineering Design • 9. Scientific & Technical Support • 10. Business • 11. Construction • 12. Waste & Repository Operations • 13. Commissioning

  24. CONTACT US If you would like further information on, or would like to become involved with the National Skills Academy for Nuclear, contact us: By Telephone01900 898120 Or e-mail us at enquiries@nuclear.nsacademy.co.uk www.nuclear.nsacademy.co.uk