Merry Christmas from nucleargraduates!

The nucleargraduates office will be closed over the festive period from Friday 23rd December and will re-open on Tuesday 3rd January 2017.

The nucleargraduates Programme Team wish you a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

IChemE Global Awards 2016

nucleargraduates are thrilled to have received recognition for our graduate development programme at the IChemE Global Awards 2016.
The programme was highly commended in the Training and Development Award category which was open to organisations from across the world.

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NDA Supply Chain Awards

nucleargraduates are delighted to have received recognition for the work we do running an industry wide graduate development programme at the NDA Supply Chain Awards.

The programme was highly commended in the Collaboration Award category which was open to suppliers and organisations who have worked together within the NDA supply chain.

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New Sponsor for 2017

nucleargraduates are delighted to announce a new sponsor for 2017, the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC).

Based near Sheffield the Nuclear AMRC helps UK manufacturers win work in the civil nuclear sector – in new build, operations and decommissioning.

Looking to recruit two Mechanical Engineers to join the 2017 nucleargraduates intake, Nuclear AMRC provides an exciting opportunity to join a world-class centre of excellence for manufacturing innovation.

To find out more and apply click here

Commendation for nucleargraduate

nucleargraduate Rob Ward recently attended the Institution of Historic Building Conservation’s Annual School in Worcester, having been commended in the institute’s Gus Astley Student Awards. Rob's master’s thesis on Assessment of Large Drystone Structures on the Heritage Railway was commended for its wider application to drystone structures throughout the UK’s transport network.

The award was presented by IHBC president, David Macdonald and one of the award trustees, Bob Kindred. The annual school in Worcester included tours of Worcester’s historic buildings, such as the Cathedral, allowing access to areas not open to the public. There was a day seminar with talks from experienced conservation professionals and an evening reception in the Old Palace.

This was a great chance to network with experienced conservation professionals and has spurred me on to work towards becoming a Conservation Accredited Engineer’ Rob said.