Get Into Nuclear

A free-hub for all interested in finding out more about the opportunities in the UK Nuclear Industry

#1 Identify who you are #2 and what you want from your job

#3 Get to know the business #4 and the skills you require

#5 Get to know the people who can help you land that role

#6 Be known and put yourself in a position to land that role

The UK Nuclear Industry is forecast to provide work for 100,000 employees. Find out more about the skills, qualification and certifications required to prepare yourself to get into nuclear.

What You Can Find at Get Into Nuclear

Nuclear Training Providers

Here at Get Into Nuclear we have provided you with a compressive list of training providers who provide training courses relevant to your role in the UK Nuclear Industry.

Nuclear Jobs of the Week

The Nuclear Jobs of the Week provide a overview of live jobs at the time of printing and an analysis of the skills, knowledge, qualifications and experience needed to land the role highlighting job and nuclear specific requirements.

Nuclear Blog

We provide updates on the current news stories in the nuclear industry via our social media channels and also provide information on jobs, careers, training, interesting books and all sorts of comings and goings within our blog posts...if you subscribe you will also receive our monthly nuclear news round- up.

Know the Skills

Step #4 of our six steps to get into nuclear helps you to define the specific skills required to land your perfect job within the UK Nuclear Industry. With this information you can assess exactly what your next step to up-skill yourself need to be.

Training Courses: Nuclear

Once you've defined the role that you would like to land and identified the skills that you need and the areas that you would like to develop you can check out our list of nuclear training courses.

Employment Options

The majority of work within the UK Nuclear Industry is completed as part of a project with discrete deliverables, start and end dates this provides opportunities for both permanent staff and temporary contracting or agency roles.