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David Edwards. Engineering Construction Training Board. 28th January

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  • 1. UKTI Nuclear Conference 27th - 29th January 2014 Nuclear Energy Skills Alliance overview David Edwards Chief Executive Engineering Construction Industry Training Board 1 Presentation title - edit in the Master slide
  • 2. Nuclear Energy Skills Alliance overview 2
  • 3. The Nuclear Energy Skills Alliance 3
  • 4. The Skills Alliance approach • Strength and value is added by working together in collaboration • Aligned on a single plan of action, bringing coherence, relevant expertise and excellence of delivery • Formal Programme Board structure to take this forward 4
  • 5. Nuclear Industry Strategy - Investing in the Right Skills • Capability and capacity required to deliver UK nuclear programmes • Highest standards of nuclear professionalism, safety and competitiveness • A strong supply chain able to compete globally
  • 6. The Work of the Skills Alliance • Occupational and training Standards • Approval and monitoring of provision • Competence assurance • Research and labour market intelligence • Best practice • Apprenticeships • Re-skilling programmes • Supervisory skills • Postgraduate and higher skills • Project management and resource planning 6
  • 7. The benefits of the Skills Alliance • Ensure the highest standards of nuclear professionalism • Create opportunities for skilled personnel from other industries • Clear career pathways to enable progression and development • Improve the skills pipeline for R&D and Subject Matter Experts • Industry-wide skills standards and expectations embodied in the Nuclear Industry Training Framework • Plan skills investments based on labour market intelligence • Integrated support for companies to develop the required skills. 7
  • 8. Outcomes & Opportunities Apprenticeships – across the discipline Certificate of Nuclear Professionalism range Nuclear workforce model Post graduate and Post doctorate Investment in the supply chain programmes Nuclear Island programme for High integrity welding undergraduates Steel fixing Careers promotion and schools Supervisor competence frameworks programmes Triple Bar for Nuclear Behavioural safety programmes Talent redeployment tools
  • 9. The Nuclear Plant Lifecycle 9
  • 10. Industry wide standards Training Programmes BridgingTechnical Skills gap the skills Apprenticeships Project Management The Skills Retraining Alliance Supervisor Skills Qualifications Competence Safety training Training Grants 10
  • 11. Thank you for listening www.nuclear.nsacademy.co.uk www.semta.org.uk www.cogent-ssc.com www.dalton.manchester.ac.uk www.citb.co.uk www.ecitb.org.uk wales.gov.uk www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-business-innovation-skills www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-of-energy-climate-change