Babcock partners with leading industry players to train the workforce needed for nuclear power generation today and into the future. Our understanding of the operational environment means that we can deliver a suitably qualified, competent and compliant workforce back into your business, trained to meet industry-specific role profiles. In addition we strive to embed your brand values to create a loyal, inspired workforce.
Babcock has a vast wealth of technical experience and engagement with the nuclear industry through both our training business and via our Cavendish Nuclear sector.
Our experience includes:
- Working in partnership with EDF Energy, we deliver a full-time, residential Advanced Apprenticeship Programme at the Babcock Engineering Academy at HMS Sultan, Gosport. The technical training delivered at the Academy, which is graded Outstanding by Ofsted, has been designed to meet the industry’s exacting standards and helps EDF Energy attract and retain high quality personnel for its nuclear engineering maintenance workforce. Success rates are consistently 95%+ and the programme has twice won the SEMTA Sector Skills Council Training Partner of the Year.
- Through our Managed Training Service Babcock manages compliance for enriched uranium provider URENCO UK Ltd against regulated and safety critical competencies and job profiles supporting site licence conditions 10 and 12 for a UK nuclear site, and delivers a full range a technical and non-technical training to support compliance and personal development of the workforce.
- Provision of fire training for Nuclear sites including URENCO
Our learning management systems form an integral part of our services, enabling critical reporting and business intelligence to support compliance and development needs, competency management, multi-channel learning distribution and effective training management.
From award-winning apprenticeship programmes to tailored technical training, we are committed to delivering the right training for your people.
Babcock is helping to give EDF Energy’s future maintenance engineers the skills they need