An Exciting Opportunity For The Nuclear Industry
The European Nuclear Young Generation Forum 2017, taking place in Manchester from the 11-16 June 2017, is set to be the largest youth nuclear event to have ever been held in the UK, and will include:
- Over 400 Young Professionals from across the World;- Expert keynote speakers sharing experiences from all Nuclear sectors;- Technical workshops;- Nuclear site visits;- Networking opportunities;- Social events and much more.
A wide range of sponsorship packages are now available to meet the needs of companies of all sizes across the nuclear sector. Don't miss this opportunity to be involved in this once in a generation event.
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Welcome to WiN Cumbria. An introductory, drop-in session to find out more about the Women in Nuclear Cumbria Regional Team.
The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair is the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for young people in the UK.
NSAN have launched their 2016 search to find the nuclear industry stars of the future. The winners will be announced at the ninth annual UK Nuclear Skills Awards evening on the 16th March 2017.
Sellafield Ltd’s Social Impact Strategy
Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) are attracting increased attention as the potential for the next fleet of nuclear power plant in the UK.
The Nuclear Institute North East Branch welcomes :
Candida Whitmill, Managing Director of Penultimate Power, and Manus O’Donnell , Head of Research and Development at EDF,
who will be providing their insights into the technical and commercial potential of SMR’s in the UK.
Quality networking event with a those working in and interested in the nuclear industry. Hear from keynote speakers involved the Contract for Differences (CfD) agreement for Hinkley Point C.
This two-day conference concentrates on the techniques and methods used to ensure safety and security whatever the facility.
The Nuclear Institute (NI) Scotland Branch and the Association for Project Management (APM) are delighted to announce a joint event, to be held on 30th March 2017 in Glasgow.
Event terms and conditions
Gain International Chartered Qualifications
Use of Designated Letters After Your Name
Local Branch Network
Conferences, Seminars and Workshops Nuclear Futures Journal
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