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British Energy’s new state of the art academy is all charged up


British Energy’s new state of the art, £3.5m Nuclear Power Academy is up and running.

The Academy, based at Barnwood, Gloucestershire, has developed a British Energy model for accreditation of training, incorporating best practice in the industry.

In the coming months British Energy will be taking a proactive part in its membership of the recently launched National Skills Academy Nuclear. The company believes it has a major role to play in establishing nuclear professionalism as a key aspect of existing and future nuclear operations in the UK.

David Barber, head of training at British Energy said: “The Nuclear Power Academy is at the centre of British Energy’s investment in training. It is part of the company’s commitment to creating world leading nuclear professionals and maintaining the technical capability of our workforce, while being an active part of the wider focus in the UK on the nuclear skills agenda and training for nuclear power."


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