PARTNERS

NCfN is a joint venture between Bridgwater & Taunton College, Lakes College, the Universities of Bristol and Cumbria, EDF Energy and
Sellafield Ltd.

BRIDGWATER & TAUNTON COLLEGE

Bridgwater & Taunton College is located in Somerset, in a strategic position that offers easy access to the rest of the UK via the M5, the rail network, and Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter airports.

The College’s traditional role as a further and higher education college remains key, but workforce training has now become an integral part of its business, and it also caters for individuals of all ages seeking to improve their career prospects by re-training or up-skilling in order to move into, or progress within employment.

LAKES COLLEGE

Lakes College is located in West Cumbria, in close proximity to the Sellafield site and the location of the proposed Moorside new nuclear power plant.

The college has provided Further and Higher technical and vocational education, training and skills in West Cumbria for decades, most recently from very well equipped and resourced campus on the Lillyhall site, between Workington and Whitehaven. The college maintains excellent partnerships with industry and employers - apprenticeships continue to be a strategic priority, particularly in the STEM areas, with circa 1,400 apprentices currently on programme.

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OUR PARTNERS

EDF Energy operates nuclear, gas and coal power stations across the UK, and is planning to build two new nuclear powers stations at Hinkley Point and Sizewell.

Bridgwater and Taunton College has around 28,000 full and part-time students and has an excellent reputation regionally, nationally and internationally as a highly successful provider of education and training.

Bristol is one of the most popular and successful universities in the UK and was ranked within the top 50 universities in the world in the QS World University rankings 2016.

Sellafield Ltd is the company responsible for safely delivering decommissioning of the UK’s nuclear legacy as well as fuel recycling and the management of low, high and intermediate level nuclear waste activities on behalf of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

The University of Cumbria was formed in 2007 by the merger of St Martin’s College, Cumbria Institute of the Arts and University of Central Lancashire’s Cumbria sites, operating from campuses spread across Cumbria and North Lancashire.

The college has provided Further and Higher technical and vocational education, training and skills in West Cumbria for decades, most recently from very well equipped and resourced campus on the Lillyhall site, between Workington and Whitehaven. 

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