NSAN has established a Provider Advisory Board to help skills and delivery issues highlighted by the nuclear industry across the UK.
The NSAN Provider Advisory Board will bring together providers from across the UK to provide guidance and advice on areas of skills development requirements highlighted to them directly from NSAN’s Employer Advisory Board.
The Provider Advisory Board members have been chosen based on their experience in delivering skills for nuclear provision. Collectively, the board members will be instrumental in supporting the NSAN Employer Advisory Board to determine NSAN’s business strategy and offerings for 2018 and beyond.
NSAN have accepted nominations from Aston University, Blackpool & The Fylde College, Centre for Leadership Performance, STS Nuclear, Grwp Llandrillo Menai, West Suffolk College, HKA Global Ltd, University of Cumbria, C&G Services, Oakridge Training Centre, Beehive Coaching & Leadership Development, Bridgewater College, Coleg Cambria, NaME, Aspire Procurement Training and Swagelok Manchester.
Jo Tipa, Managing Director of NSAN commented;
“The Provider Advisory Board has been established to enable a more collaborative and coherent approach to skills development for the future capability and capacity for the UK’s nuclear industry.
I am very pleased that we have attracted a high-calibre and diverse range of providers who will, by sharing their knowledge and experience, enhance the development of skills solutions for our industry.”
Kevin Parsons, Operations Director from G&G services commented;
“I am delighted to be appointed to the Advisory Board and hope to share a wealth of experience to the benefit of NSAN and the Nuclear sector as a whole. I am passionate about business and people development and thoroughly looking forward to the challenges ahead.”
Gary Jefferson, Executive Director from West Suffolk College commented;
"I am pleased to join the NSAN Provider Advisory Board to represent the Eastern region in such an important forum, to enable us to help shape the new development of standards across nuclear in terms of skills and development opportunities, especially with the major projects that are planned for our region. I also hope to learn from other regions in terms of skills support for nuclear and look to implement them in our region.”
The Provider Advisory Board will meet on a quarterly basis with the first meeting scheduled to take place in June.