Nuclear Week in Parliament

We’re delighted to be sponsoring Nuclear Week in Parliament on 12-14 September. The event will take place in the House of Commons and House of Lords.

As part of the proceedings, there will be a Nuclear Skills and Apprenticeships Fair – hosted by Charlotte Nichols MP. This is a great platform to showcase the opportunities that nuclear presents for jobs, skills and levelling up to Parliamentarians.

The Future is Nuclear
The nuclear industry will play a key role in helping the UK achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

Nuclear energy is a clean, reliable source of energy. In fact, it has the lowest lifecycle carbon footprint of any energy source – alongside wind – making it the most sustainable.

The UK Government is investing significantly in the sector, ensuring energy supplies are maintained for future generations.
There will be many career opportunities within the global nuclear industry – from innovative design and engineering roles, research and development, construction and operational roles.

NUVIA are playing a key role in shaping and training the future generation of nuclear specialists.

We work with schools, colleges and universities providing STEM, work experience and intern programmes in order to inform and excite students about the possibilities nuclear has to offer.

We have a long-standing history of providing accredited apprenticeships and graduate opportunities in a range of disciplines.

Exciting the Next Generation
Nuclear power has been cited by the government as one of the components to help the UK achieve net zero by 2050 whilst ensuring that we have clean, affordable, and secure power for future generations.

The UK were the first to pioneer nuclear technology and by doing so, we created rich and rewarding careers that benefited tens of thousands of people over the last 65 years.

The Governments recent decision to invest in nuclear power will create a wealth of career opportunities. Now is the time to positively engage with young people to entice them into the new and exciting roles been created by the industry. We’re doing this already, telling the stories of our graduates, apprentices and our experienced workforce.

Read their stories here.

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School Competition
NUVIA are delighted to launch a competition aimed at primary school children to highlight the amazing careers STEM based subjects lead to as well as learning more about additive manufacturing – also known as 3D printing.

Year 5 & 6 students will work with a NUVIA mentor to design a solution to a nuclear engineering problem, which will be printed using a 3D printer. The students will present their ideas with the winning schools receiving a 3D printer and training for their teacher on how to use it.

The challenge will launch in September and will be open to schools across our office locations (Harwell, Risley and Dounreay) working with 3D360 we want to create an engaging opportunity that gives teachers and schools the knowledge and tools to build engineers of the future.

The aim
The governments energy security strategy has highlighted nuclear power generation as a key enabler for clean, affordable and secure power for generations to come.

NUVIA is a global company operating on highly regulated, sensitive, nuclear and industrial sites. We work across business sectors spanning nuclear energy, civil and military defence, healthcare, environment and scientific research and development. Working alongside our clients, we guarantee the best levels of safety and performance to build a safer, cleaner and sustainable world.