The First Two Years
Applying what you’ve learned.
By year one you’re getting up to speed, and the training gets even tougher. Now’s the time to apply what you have learned with a nuclear industry supplier or with one of our regulators. It’s your chance to see our industry from the outside in.
Halfway through your final UK secondment, your CV, training progress and work record will be sent to all of the partners taking part in this programme. This gives them time to make you a job offer based on their programmes and needs.
This means that by year two – the time you’re undergoing your final training in the UK – you’ll have a firm idea of where you might begin your career for real. Some of you will then go on a secondment in Europe or further afield, where you can focus on soaking up everything that working in a foreign culture can teach you.
Of course, before you leave you may need to learn a foreign language to a point of proficiency. So get ready for Swedish, French or Japanese lessons.