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					                                             NUCLEAR
SKILLS ACADEMY IN BUSINESS PLANNING STAGE




                                                                                     National Skills
                                                                                     Academy for Nuclear
                                                                                     Jean Llewellyn
                                                                                     Project Director
                                                                                     June 2007




                                            Supported by:
                                                            BNFL    British Energy   NDA
                                                            SERCO   UKAEA            Washington Group International
VISION




          “To create, develop and
         promote world class skills
          and career pathways to
           support a sustainable
         future for the UK Nuclear
                 Industry.”
EMPLOYER LEAD

• The NSAN is totally focussed to meet employer demand
  and needs, as employers it is “your” Academy
• Driven by an employer Shadow Board which is Chaired
  by David Bonsar Executive Director of BNFL.
• Board members from: BNG; AMEC; Doosan Babcock;
  British Energy; Fluor; SERCO; NDA; BNFL; MoD; TUC;
  UKAEA; Centronic; Cogent
• Employer involvement, drive and financial support
  essential to success, the following companies have
  made a financial commitment to date:
  – BNFL
  – NDA
  – Washington Group International
  – SERCO
  – UKAEA
   PROJECT TEAM




                       Project Director
                        Jean Llewellyn




                                                   Communication
 Business
              Research and                              and
Development                     Nuclear Manager
              Skills Manager                       Administration
  Manager                          Tricia Austin
                Liz Rooney                            Officer
   Jo Tipa
                                                    Mary Kinsella
TIMELINE



 Business    LSC input
                             Minister      Appoint
    Plan     and NSAN
                            Announces       Chief
 To Board      Team
                             Success      Executive
 And LSC     Response
                            September     Autumn
  May 07     June/July




                                          Establish
 Academy                    Business
              Academy                        Full
    In                    structures in
               Launch                     Employer
 Operation                    place
             January 08                     Board
January 08                   Autumn
                                          November
SCOPE

• It has been agreed by the Shadow Board that the
  National Skills Academy for Nuclear will embrace the
  whole of the nuclear sector (excluding health) i.e.:
  – Power generation
  – De-commissioning and clean up
  – Waste Management
  – Fuel processing
  – Defence
  – New Build
• Focus on vocational and technical skills development
  and training i.e. up to and including Foundation
  Degrees, looking to develop FD conversion year to
  Honours Degree level, enabling clearly defined links to
  HE and Higher Level skills development.
        SKILLS PYRAMID


                                                   NTEC
                                     PhD           Dalton
                                   Masters
                                   Research
                                                            University
     NSAN                                                   Partnerships
Skills Passport                    Degrees


                           Vocational Training inc:
                     Foundation Degrees, Apprenticeships,
                        Adult Training, Level 2 and 3,                     National
                             Work Based training,                          Skills
                            Train the Trainers, etc                        Academy
                                                                           For Nuclear
                  Science, Engineering, Technology and Maths
                           in schools and entry level.
ROLE AND FUNCTION
• Employer led provision – meeting current and future
  demands
• Ensure the right qualifications are delivered, working
  with Cogent to address gaps e.g.:
  – NVQ in decommissioning and Radiation Protection
  – Foundation Degree Nuclear Materials Technology
  – Safety Case – ensure right provision to L4
• Excellent quality of provision
• Standardisation of core roles and training to
  match:
  – Flexibility in the work force
  – Transfer of skills
  – Cost effective delivery of skills and training
ROLE AND FUNCTION cont’

• Nuclear Skills Passport –
  – Phase 1 Unescorted Worker Access
  – Phase 2 Capture all training and development
• Nuclear Credit Framework record all nuclear training
  and skills development to feed into the Skills Passport
• Apprenticeships with a Nuclear Specialism
• Train the trainers and Worker Trainer
• Placement scheme where people can spend time in
  different sub-sectors of the industry.
• Promotion of the sector – further development and roll
  out of the Energy Foresight Programme
• Foundation Degree - Honours Degree conversion
     STRUCTURE

                               Scotland
         Nuclear                 RTC
        Academy
          NW
         RTC - A
                    NW
                   RTC - B



                              NSAN
     Wales                     Hub
      RTC




                   SW
                   RTC                    SE
                                          RTC




Key: RTC – Regional Training Cluster
NSAN IN THE REGIONS

• Good progress already in the Northwest with the launch of “The
  Nuclear Academy NW” on Friday 09/03/07 this is the first delivery
  arm of the NSAN to be developed. Northwest Steering group
  being established.




• Southwest employers event held 27/02/07, Bridgwater College
  appointed as SW Hub, Steering Group being developed, Ken
  Powers appointed as Chair.
• Southeast employers event 24/04/07, Hastings College agreed as
  SE Hub, Pat Upson Enritec appointed as Chair
• Project Manager appointed in Scotland
• Working Group established in Wales
IN SUMMARY




                              The
             National Skills Academy for Nuclear
             is meeting your employer needs in
                         the regions
                  and across the whole UK.
               This is YOUR Academy and you
                       decide its future.
CONTACT US




             If you would like further information
             on, or would like to become involved
             with the National Skills Academy for
             Nuclear, please contact us;
                 By Telephone 01925 607044
                         Or e-mail us at
             enquiries@nuclear.nsacademy.co.uk

				
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