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Graduation Celebration for EDF Apprentices

The latest cohort of apprentices from the National College for Nuclear have gathered, along with their friends and family, to celebrate their successes at the EDF Apprentice Graduation Ceremony. Bridgwater & Taunton College and University Centre Somerset work in partnership with EDF, supporting one of the UK’s largest infrastructure projects – Hinkley Point C (HPC)…

East Coast College joins National College for Nuclear

  East Coast College has joined the National College for Nuclear (NCfN) as an Accredited Provider to deliver high quality qualifications in support of the nuclear sector. This builds on the MoU in place with Sizewell C to deliver training in support of skills needed to build and operate the new power station which received…

In the news

We are pleased to be featured in the July edition of In Cumbria magazine. NCfN’s Geoff Rewt discusses how we are stepping up to the net-zero skills agenda. To read more, follow the link: In Cumbria (pagesuite-professional.co.uk)

Strategy refresh for the National College for Nuclear

We are delighted to be able to launch our refreshed strategy for the National College for Nuclear. We have taken time to understand the impact that changes in Government strategy may have on our business and in launching our strategy 2022-2025, we have reset our ambition to meet the revised needs of Government and our…

Response to the Government’s British Energy Security Strategy

The National College for Nuclear (NCfN) welcomes the Government’s recently published British energy security strategy. As well as underpinning the commitments already published in the ‘Ten point plan for a green industrial revolution’ and the ‘Net zero strategy’, the Energy Security Strategy reinforces the investment that will be made in nuclear energy production to assure…

Welcome new Chair Helen Higgs

Welcome our new Chair – Helen Higgs. Helen says ” I am thrilled to join NCfN! This is an exciting and important period for NCfN as we work with our federation of excellent education providers across low carbon focus areas to develop the capacity and capability of skills needed for Net Zero.”

Transition of Chair of NCfN

Our Chair Steve Naylor retired today and we wish him well!  We are pleased to welcome Helen Higgs as the new Chair of NCfN. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Steve for everything he has achieved during his tenure as NCfN Chair.  Under his leadership the organisation has made great strides. Helen…