Friday 26 March: Inspiring the next generation, low carbon nuclear

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10:00 – 11:05

Everything you wanted to know about careers in nuclear but were too afraid to ask 

Forget Fiona Bruce and Question Time, we have created our own version! Nuclear Question Time will allow participants to submit questions about nuclear careers to a panel of employees from within the sector. Covering topics about what it’s like to work in the nuclear sector, future of our sector, whether the sector is ‘green’, how you would fit in and anything else you want to ask. If you want to pose a question to our panel, watch out on our social media for details.

Suitable for anyone! Our Nuclear Question Time will cover such a range of topics, we genuinely think it will be of interest to a broad audience. We would love to include those currently not working in the sector, (e.g. those in schools/colleges or working in other industries). 

Our panellists are: 

  • Priya Hira (Chair), Copeland Borough Council 
  • Heather Lovell, Westinghouse Springfields 
  • Carwyn Chamberlain, DBD International  
  • Charlotte Burman, MoD
  • Usmann Ahmed, Jacobs
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11:30-12:30

‘Developing experts’, a live lesson. Collaborating for efficiency 

Hear how Developing Experts deliver over 700 interactive online science lessons for school aged children, 4 to 14 years. Supporting educators to teach with confidence and inspire future generations to explore STEM careers with fun science experiments, and learning activities, fully mapped against multiple curricula including the Science National Curriculum KS1, KS2 and KS3.

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14:00-14:45

Women in Nuclear UK (WiN UK) Awards.
Sponsors: Assystem, Atkins, Cavendish, KBR, NDA 

Join WiN UK for their prestigious awards which recognise and celebrate those who have gone above and beyond to promote gender balance and diversity across the nuclear sector.

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14:45-15:15

Celebratory reception for the WiN UK winners and finalists 

Join WiN UK to celebrate the winners and finalists of their prestigious awards which recognise and celebrate those who have gone above and beyond to promote gender balance and diversity across the nuclear sector.