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Celebrating the next generation of Sellafield Ltd employees

Celebrating the next generation of Sellafield Ltd employees

Sellafield Ltd

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The latest cohort of Sellafield Ltd apprentices celebrate completing their apprenticeships at an annual event.

Over 180 workers celebrated the completion of their apprentice courses at Energus in West Cumbria last week.

Between them, the nuclear professionals have undertaken schemes including nuclear operator, nuclear welding inspector and project management and were delighted to collect their graduation certificates.

As this cohort start their careers with Sellafield Ltd, we recently announced 200 young people also kicked off their training with us as new apprentices.

Sellafield Ltd interim site director, Euan Hutton said:

"This annual apprentice event celebrates our apprentices. They completed their training with the traditional NVQs but with the added addition of End Point Assessments (EPAs).

"These EPAs are carried out by a variety of external organisations e.g. National Skills Academy Nuclear, University of Cumbria, energy and utilities services etc. They are challenging to achieve involving a mixture of tests, theory, technical interviews and, on some schemes, a practical assessment as well.

"Well done to all of our apprentices. You are a credit to yourselves, your families, Sellafield Ltd, the local community and our training providers.

"Congratulations and well done!"

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