Arun Khuttan enthuses about Cumbrian students who recently joined the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority for a week as part of the Dream Placement scheme. They welcomed spending their half-term week learning about different opportunities within the nuclear industry.
How do we improve the gender balance in the nuclear industry? The conversation around this topic was kick-started at a recent conference. Nikos Adamidis shares his thoughts on the day’s discussions and how we can all make change happen.
Steph Flynn enthuses about her recent experience of speed mentoring for Women in Nuclear and recognises the value of the work underway to improve the gender balance across the nuclear industry.
Carole Jones, as an Executive Member of Women in Nuclear (WiN), outlines what the WiN group offers people so that they can develop their knowledge, personal network and ultimately raise their profile in the nuclear industry. She also encourages employers to join WiN and review and remove potential barriers to the recruitment and retention of women and under-represented groups in their company.
Kim Baines, Remediation Strategy Manager, explains the value of recently becoming members of CL:AIRE for those employees across NDA’s estate involved in remediation of land on UK’s earliest nuclear sites.
Alison Kay, from National Grid, is working towards a board-level role and joined the NDA’s Board as an observer last year to progress her career. Alison describes how the experience of watching the board at work helped her personal development.
Sara Lodge, Director at Beehive Coaching and Leadership Development Ltd, describes her experience of participating in the NDA's SME mentoring scheme. She encourages small companies to consider joining the scheme if they want to get more involved in the UK's nuclear decommissioning market.