Cogent SSC: UK Nuclear Skills Awards - 22nd March 2012
Thursday, 22 March 2012
UK Nuclear Skills Awards - 22nd March 2012
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When? 22nd March 2012
Where? Palace Hotel, Manchester
The UK Nuclear Awards is steadily becoming an anticipated annual event in the Nuclear calendar. The National Skills Academy for Nuclear and Cogent Sector Skills Council are preparing to hold their fourth collaborative Skills Awards Evening for the industry.
This is a significant event for both nuclear employers and stakeholders. Representatives from a wide-range of high-profile organisations will attend the event including major companies, contractors, academics, funding authorities, regulators, training bodies and other key third parties. We would like to offer you the chance to support this Skills Awards Evening which promises to be a high profile event. It will:
Showcase some of the best practice in nuclear skills development
Highlight the dedication and achievements of our future generation
Present current thinking and future trends
Be an entertaining and stimulating evening - an excellent networking opportunity!
The Nuclear Skills Awards 2012 event will provide an excellent opportunity to highlight your organisation. Opportunities are limited
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