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Nuclear South West: how a private public partnership is plugging the skills gap 03 August, 2022 Hinkley Point B closed on 1st August after 46 years of service. In its... > read more

New build bringing more women into nuclear engineering 23 June, 2022 Traditionally, the nuclear sector has been a male-dominated industry....

Great British Nuclear urgently needs a skills plan to supercharge its talent pipeline 26 May, 2022 The Government’s Energy Security Strategy is proposing a new approach to...

Practical steps for a more diverse workforce in 2022 26 January, 2022 Paul Marshall outlines a few simple ways organisations can start...

Virtual simulation for Chinese plant 01 April, 2021 China is using virtual reality and process modelling to create a...

Training NuScale SMR operators 27 January, 2021 NuScale commissioned its first simulator in 2012 to support...

Nuclear skills development in the South West 26 January, 2021 The UK’s National College for Nuclear is embracing virtual reality and...

Simulator instructor station for a new generation 19 January, 2021 This simulator instructor station has a user interface similar to a...

STEM: strengthening the skills pipeline 20 February, 2020 Nicholas Morris discusses the importance of promoting STEM subjects...

Developing UAE’s nuclear workforce 13 February, 2020 Education programmes run by Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation and...

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