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National Nuclear Laboratory 2018 Placements
The NNL 2017 Graduate and Apprentice cohort are organising two placements taking place during weeks commencing 2nd and 9th July 2018.
NNL has a national role in maintaining and developing critical skills and strategies to attract the most talented people into the industry. Their placements are a very valuable first step in developing the skills of the future. As part of the work experience programme, students will get to meet NNL scientists and engineers and gain a broad idea of the processes involved in the nuclear industry.
The NNL are looking to use their placements to inspire 16-18 year olds to follow a career path into the nuclear industry, whether it be via higher education choosing a STEM subject or through apprentice schemes. They hope to inspire students into STEM and offer an opportunity to get to know what NNL is all about.
The placement programme has run successfully at Chadwick House for the past two years and follows on from the success of work carried out at NNL’s Cumbria facilities.
If you know someone interested in applying for one of their week-long placements, please ask them to choose their preferred week and fill out the application form below.
Once completed, students should either email it to their teacher along with their CV and cover letter or email documents directly to NNL via [email protected].
Please note no applications will be accepted after 31st January 2018. If their application is successful, students will be notified by 9th February 2018.
Location: Chadwick House, Warrington
Date: Choosing between w/c 2nd or 9th July 2018
Time: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
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