The National College for Nuclear is the latest of the five specialist colleges set up by the government to develop technical skills Thousands of engineers and technicians are set to be trained at a new college specialising in nuclear energy. The National College for Nuclear opened on Wednesday and has hubs in Cumbria (Lakes College) and Somerset (Bridgwater and Taunton College). The facility is one of five National Colleges set up by the government as part of its industrial strategy. The other colleges already open include the College of Creative and Cultural Industries; Digital Skills and High-Speed Rail.
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New Nuclear College opens at Bridgwater and Taunton College to train Britain’s next generation of engineers and technicians.
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A new £7.5million pound facility to train future generations of nuclear workers has opened in west Cumbria today. The National College for Nuclear at Lillyhall is the first of five of colleges opening around the UK to support skills development in key industries, funded by the Department for Education.
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