The National College for Nuclear (NCfN) was established by government in 2016 to ensure that nuclear employers responsible for nuclear operations and decommissioning, major project delivery and waste management, have access to quality skills and education provision tailored to industry needs. The NCfN aims to develop and maintain scarce and specialist skills ensuring that capability is available both now, and in the future, leveraging vocational routes to higher education. NCfN operates a network of approved providers who all deliver curriculum under the NCfN brand. This assures a quality product, both teaching and curriculum content, giving employers the confidence to invest in their workforce, enabling them to proactively respond to and meet the demands of a changing environment. We work closely with nuclear employers and other skills bodies to understand current and future skill needs. We also understand the skills landscape and look for emerging trends in skills delivery, market demand and scarcity at a national level so that we can be responsive to change. We then work with our Further and Higher Education Approved Provider network to provide industry with access to quality education and upskilling. We will continue to go from strength to strength by working with employers and our founding partners to develop and deliver critical skills for the industry.