Alliance Learning and William Hare are named Best Employer and Training Provider Partnership  at the UK Nuclear Skills Awards 2022!

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On 31 March 2022, Alliance Learning and William Hare excelled at the UK Nuclear Skills  Awards 2022 and were named the winners of the Best Employer and Provider Partnership cataegory.

Alliance Learning were extremely proud to have been selected as finalists.. Both organisations have worked closely together for over 15 years on the recruitment and training of Apprentices and staff.

The Annual UK Nuclear Skills Awards Ceremony, held at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel, Manchester is the biggest celebration of skills for nuclear in the UK. Now in its 14th year, the UK Nuclear Skills Awards is a collaborative event organised by NSAN and Cogent Skills.

The awards evening celebrated the excellence in skills, attracting around 2000 individuals, with over 300 companies, shining a spotlight on the talent that exists within the sector.

This year welcomed several new award categories, such as Innovation in People and Skills Development/ED&I, [KP1]

The NDA’s Chief Executive Officer for Nuclear Waste Services, Corhyn Parr, officially welcomed representatives from industry, government, and training providers to the Skills Awards. The main supporter for the evening was the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA).

Kelly Perkin, Chief Executive of Alliance Learning said: “We are extremely proud to be the winners of the Best Employer and Provider Partnership Award at the Nuclear Skills Awards Ceremony through our highly successful partnership with William Hare. For over 15 years we have worked collaboratively, enhancing our shared company values and passion for developing the future workforce. Through our partnership we have designed and co-created robust Engineering and Management Apprenticeships, as well as train staff in Health and Safety , Safeguarding and Mental Health and Well-being. This has resulted in improved retention for William Hare, as well as apprentices progressing onto senior roles in the organisation as part of their succession planning. We look forward to continuing and enhancing our passion for staff development.”

Jo Tipa, Managing Director of NSAN said: “The UK Nuclear Skills Awards highlight the exceptional quality of people of all levels, who are committed to careers in the nuclear sector. The evening also shines a light on the vital work done by companies and training and education professionals working in and with the nuclear industry across the UK.

I would like to personally congratulate all the winners and finalists; they are all inspirational examples of the talent that exists in our sector. I wish them all the very best for the future.”