Nuclear AMRC & NSAN Announce Reciprocal Membership

Pictured from l-r Dawn Broad, Business Development Manager NSAN | Jo Tipa, Managing Director NSAN | Andrew Storer, Chief Executive Nuclear AMRC and Ross Barrable, Strategic Relations Manager Nuclear AMRC.

NSAN are pleased to announce that after almost eight years of successful collaboration and co-habitation, NSAN and the Nuclear AMRC have finally tied the knot!

That knot being official membership of each other’s organisations.

NSAN is delighted to become Tier 2 members of the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, which has sites in Rotherham, Birkenhead and Derby, and is dedicated to helping UK manufacturers win work in nuclear. 

NSAN and the Nuclear AMRC will build on their successful relationship that has already provided benefits to manufacturing companies in terms of building capability and skills for the nuclear industry through initiatives such as the Nuclear AMRC’s Fit4Nuclear programme and NSAN’s Triple Bar Nuclear Manufacturing course.

In return, Nuclear AMRC will receive the full benefits of NSAN Employer Membership, and as such will be a welcome addition to our member network of nuclear sector employers and providers who are working with us to advance skills for nuclear.   

NSAN works with companies and training providers from across the nuclear industry, to provide support and solutions to the skills issues experienced by those committed to the successful delivery of the planned (UK) nuclear programme.

Jo Tipa, Managing Director of NSAN commented:
“NSAN are delighted to announce our reciprocal membership with the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre.  We will continue to build on our proven track-record in working together to ensure the right skills development solutions are available to help UK manufacturers grow their businesses in the civil nuclear sector.”

Andrew Storer, CEO of the Nuclear AMRC, said:
"It's great to formalise our relationship with NSAN after years of collaboration on various projects. The UK nuclear supply chain needs to have the right skills to deliver advanced nuclear technologies and meet the needs of customers worldwide. By working more closely with NSAN, we can help ensure that manufacturers of all sizes can access the training and support they need to win work."