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NSAN Expands Provider Advisory Board

20 May 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Mary Kinsella
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NSAN is delighted to announce the appointment of Sue Hewish, Business Development Director for Nuclear at TÜV UK Ltd (a TÜV NORD Group company).

Sue joins NSAN’s Provider Advisory Board, which brings together training providers from across the UK to help guide and advise NSAN in response to employers’ needs in the development of the nuclear industry’s workforce.

Provider Advisory Board members are selected based on their knowledge and experience. Collectively, they are instrumental in supporting NSAN’s Employer Advisory Board to determine which skills interventions will be most impactful, thus ensuring NSAN continues to meet the needs of the UK nuclear industry.

Jo Tipa, Managing Director of NSAN commented: 

“We are excited to welcome Sue to the Provider Advisory Board.  Sue brings with her a great deal of expertise and knowledge to the table, including regional skills development and business support for SMEs.  Our Provider Advisory Board brings together a wealth of experience in skills for nuclear provision to ensure we’ve got the expertise to meet the training provision requirements of the nuclear industry, and to support the delivery of the people element of the Nuclear Sector Deal.”

Sue Hewish, Business Development Director – Nuclear from TÜV UK Ltd (TÜV NORD Group) commented:

“Being passionate about skills and training for the nuclear sector, I am delighted to be appointed to the NSAN Provider Advisory Board. I hope to share a different perspective to skills development gained from previous experience in another sector, for the benefit of NSAN and the nuclear industry.  This involves a consultative approach in helping companies to identify their skills development and related training needs relevant to the strategic growth of their businesses. 

I am looking forward to the prospect of working in collaboration with NSAN and other Training Provider members who may wish to explore this.”