The National Skills Academy Nuclear has appointed a new Advisory Board, with a place awarded to Servelec Controls’ Stuart Harrison. The board consists of 26 representatives from leading organisations including Sellafield, the Ministry of Defence, Amec Foster Wheeler and Cavendish Nuclear.
The Advisory Board has been appointed to ensure that the NSAN can continue to play a key role in addressing the skills challenges of the industry, with representation from nuclear sites across the sectors, EPC’s and large employers throughout the supply chain.
“I am delighted to be appointed on to the board to represent both Servelec Controls and the wider supply chain as a whole. The NSAN already does excellent work in enhancing the skills in the sector and I am really looking forward to working collaboratively with the other Advisory Board members to help them meet the future skills challenges of the nuclear industry.”
In joining the Advisory Board, Servelec Controls is represented amongst its peers and is positioned well within the supply chain to help shape the future of the industry.
Division: Servelec Controls
Category: Controls, Power & Nuclear, Nuclear, NSAN, National Skills Academy, Stuart Harrison