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10 December 2012
Views sought on Business Plan
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Engagement Plan for 2012/13
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Update on Magnox and RSRL competition
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25 May 2011
550 jobs could be generated over 140 years
NDA's study shows disposal of UK’s higher activity radioactive waste in an underground engineered facility will generate hundreds of jobs.
31 March 2011
NDA publishes new Business Plan
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NDA welcomes launch of the National Skills Academy for Nuclear
01 February 2008
The NDA has welcomed the launch of the National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN). It says the NSAN will play a crucial role in developing the skills and workforce required for the NDA to fulfil its mission to decommission and clean-up the exisiting UK nuclear legacy.
Chairman of the NDA, Nick Baldwin said. "It is essential the industry develops and sustains a highly skilled workforce to support the delivery of our mission; safely, securely and in an environmentally responsible way."
"The development of a network of skill centres across the UK, coordinated by the NSAN, delivering a portfolio of tailored skills and training pacakges, will provide a constant stream of highly skilled workers."
"We will continue to work closely with the NSAN, and other partners in the industry, to ensure the NSAN and the network of facilities are succcessful, and also form part of a wider skills, training and innovation strategy to meet the needs of our industry both in the short and long term."
The NSAN was launched by Skills Minister David Lammy and Energy Minister Malcolm Wicks on the 31st January 2008. The NDA is a Board member of the NSAN.
As part of the creation of the network of delivery centres the NDA is particularly active in the development of The Nuclear Academy in Cumbria, a £20m project to construct a world class skills centre that will become the north west flagship of the network, and the emerging Scottish Nuclear Skills Academy.