Cogent SSC: UK Nuclear Skills Awards 2012
Thursday, 8 December 2011
UK Nuclear Skills Awards 2012
Following the success of the World-Class UK Nuclear Skills Awards 2011, Cogent SSC and the National Skills Academy for Nuclear are to hold their fourth collaborative Skills Awards evening for the industry.
Representatives from a wide-range of high-profile organisations will attend the event including major corporates, contractors, academics, funding authorities, regulators, training bodies and other key third parties.
The dinner will be a unique opportunity for employers and stakeholders across the Nuclear Industry to join together for an evening at which success in workforce development will be celebrated through a number of key awards.
The evening will be hosted by TV personality Alexander Armstrong.
The evening will:
Showcase some of the best practice in nuclear skills development
Highlight the dedication and achievements of the future generation
Present current thinking and future trends
Be an entertaining and stimulating evening and an excellent networking opportunity!
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This high profile event will be the perfect evening for networking or corporate entertaining – key sponsorship opportunities are available for companies seeking to showcase their activities. For further information, please contact Mary Kinsella on 01925 607045.
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