Nuclear Advisory Council 28th April 2009 Jean Llewellyn Chief Executive National Skills Academy for Nuclear NUCLEAR Supported by: ADP Ltd, Aker Solutions, AMEC, Anglesey Aluminium Metals Ltd, Areva, AWE, Babcock Marine (Clyde), BAE Systems Submarine Solutions, BNS Nuclear Services, British Energy, CH2M Hill, Corporate Risk Associates, Doosan Babcock, eOrigen, Energy Solutions, Engineering Tools and Consumables Ltd, First Hydro Company, Fluor, GE Hitachi Nuclear Ltd, Gows Lybster, Holbro Engineering, JGC Engineering & Technical Services Ltd, Johnson Controls Ltd, Lab Impex Systems Ltd, LLWR Repository Ltd, Magnox North, MB Faber, Magnox South, MoD, MWH UK Ltd. Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, National Nuclear Laboratory, Nuvia Ltd, Pinsent Masons, Rolls Royce (Vulcan) Sellafield Ltd, Serco, Skyblue Research Ltd, Springfields/Westinghouse, Studsvik, T I S Cumbria Ltd, UKAEA, Urenco, VT Nuclear Services, Washington Division of URS, Worley Parsons
SKILLS PLEDGE • Train and develop employees to sustain a qualified workforce with skills that enable career progression in a world class Nuclear Industry. • Gain recognition from Cogent Sector Skills Council national industry standards, enabling employees to attain the skills required to compete successfully in a global market. • Utilise the network of Quality Assured providers approved by the National Skills Academy for Nuclear to obtain high quality training and qualifications that add real value. Shows an employers commitment to…
COMMUNITY APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME • Provides supply chain companieswith additional funding to enable them to take on Apprentices for the first time, or additional apprentices. (Funding contribution of £2500 to £5000 per year per Apprentice.) • Can be used on Apprenticeship frameworks which deliver skills for the Nuclear Industry • Apprenticeships delivered by Skills Academy Quality Assured Providers. • Helps Employers to build their resource capability for the future. • 38 appointed to date
NUCLEAR SKILLS PASSPORT ® ersonnel P A S S P O R T “Working together to develop and sustain a qualified, mobile workforce with transferable skills that enable career progression in a world-class nuclear industry.” ccessing ites afely latform ffering ecord ransferability
NUCLEAR SKILLS PASSPORT ® • Security: List X facility • Pilot 2: Last quarter 2009 and first quarter 2009 • Full roll out: Mid 2010 • Initial Focus on Supply Chain roll out • Working on Job Context to match to training needs • Basic Common Induction fully agreed, SLC review nearing completion
Progress • 50th Employer Associate Member – HSE Nuclear Directorate • First Honourary President appointed: Rt. Hon Lord Jenkin of Roding • Inaugural Skills Awards attended by 300 people • Partnership World Class Skills Conference attended by over 250 people • Award of Nuclear Industry Awareness Developed
Scotland • North Highland College Dounreay Scotland • Northwest/ • NorthEast • TTE Merseyside • Springfields • GEN II • Blackpool & • the Fylde • Hartlepool • Training 2000 • Lakes College Scotland Rosyth Torness Hunterston Chapelcross Hartlepool Windscale, Calder Hall & Sellafield Barrow-In-Furness Heysham 1 & 2 Springfields Wylfa Northwest/ Northeast • Wales: • Coleg Menai • Coleg Llandrillo Wales Capenhurst Wales Derby Trawsfynydd Southeast/ East Sizewell A &B Southwest Berkeley Harwell Amersham Bradwell Oldbury Cardiff Aldermaston & Burghfield Imperial College • Southeast/ • East • DCMT • Nuvia Ltd Hinckley Point A&B Dungeness A & B Winfrith Devonport • Southwest: • Bridgwater REGIONAL TRAININGCLUSTERS
AWARD IN NUCLEAR INDUSTRY AWARENESS • Provides people new to the sector with an understanding of the nuclear industry. • Level 2 nationally recognised qualification. • Provides a comprehensive and consistent introduction into a growing industry sector. • Can easily be delivered as part of an Apprenticeship or Graduate Induction programme. • The Award can be delivered company or industry wide to an audience from vastly different backgrounds.
NEW FIVE YEAR BUSINESS PLAN • Meet the growing needs of the sector including New Build. • Aligned to Skills and Capability Plan • Informed by employer Associate Member requirements. • Support the demands of the Nuclear Development Forum. • To be formally launched at the November 09 AGM.
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