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Awareness sessions about the Wylfa Newydd project

First published:
01 October 2014
Last updated:
07 March 2024
The Energy Island Programme, in collaboration with Welsh Government and Horizon Nuclear Power, is offering free business readiness development taster sessions as part of an initial pilot. Complimenting existing supplier development programmes, this pilot is designed to assist local and regional businesses in the construction and building services sector in north Wales, to improve their awareness of the business skills needed to be ready to compete for future work associated with the Wylfa Newydd Project. The pilot programme has 5 taster sessions (which will each run twice from October 2014 – March 2015 at venues across North Wales): - overview of the Nuclear Industry : past, present and future - how to tender workshop with Horizon Nuclear Power - security of Information Management with Horizon Nuclear Power - CV writing for tendering - method statements and risk assessments with Horizon Nuclear Power As some eligibility criteria apply we may contact you to check that your business meets the criteria. It is unlikely that we will be able to offer more than 1 place to each business. For more details on who should attend, please read the event description before booking your place. Your feedback for the pilot is considered essential and will be considered in the development of any future programmes. For more information and to book your place on the taster sessions, click on the link below.
First published
01 October 2014
Last updated
07 March 2024

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