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10 December 2012
Views sought on Business Plan
Stakeholder views are invited on the NDA’s draft Business Plan 2013-2016 which is published for consultation. The consultation runs from 10 December until 1 February.
23 April 2012
Engagement Plan for 2012/13
NDA has published plans giving details of the opportunities stakeholders have to input into strategic decision making.
13 April 2012
Update on Magnox and RSRL competition
The NDA is now in a position to release a suite of documents to support the Magnox/RSRL PBO competition process.
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
Our 2011/12 Business Plan sets out planned annual expenditure of £2.9 billion as part of a 4 year total of approximately £12 billion.
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NDA welcomes announcement regarding a Nuclear National Skills Academy
31 October 2006
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has today welcomed the announcement by Education and Skills Secretary, Alan Johnson that the nuclear industry's bid for a Nuclear National Skills Academy has been accepted.
The news is a significant step towards ensuring the UK has a sufficiently skilled workforce to carry out the nuclear decommissioning mission. The need for such status was recognised in our Strategy, published earlier in the year, and forms part of a wide ranging skill development programme from school leavers through business support to research and development.
Along with a number of partners we will develop the Nuclear National Skills Academy on a hub and spoke model, with local delivery through local colleges and training organisations. Achieving national status gives us the dual benefit of the flexibility of local delivery but with national co-ordination.