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The NIA is the trade association for the civil nuclear industry in the UK.

The NIA represents more than 250 companies across the supply chain.

The diversity of NIA membership enables effective and constructive industry-wide interaction.


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Get Into Nuclear is a specialised online platform that provides comprehensive information, resources, and training for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the nuclear industry. The platform offers various educational materials, job listings, networking opportunities, and professional development resources to help aspiring professionals enter and thrive in the nuclear field.

Get Into Nuclear's mission is to promote and support the nuclear industry's growth by providing aspiring professionals with the knowledge, skills, and connections necessary to succeed in their careers. The platform aims to bridge the gap between job seekers and employers in the nuclear sector and foster a community of like-minded individuals passionate about nuclear energy.


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GIIA is the membership body for the world's leading investors in infrastructure, and advisors to the sector, who collectively represent US $1.3 trillion of infrastructure assets under management across 70 countries. Our members are investing today to provide the smart, sustainable and innovative infrastructure needed for our communities and economies to thrive.


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The IoD is a thriving membership community for directors in the UK and beyond, where you can connect with other leaders, develop your skills and be heard. At a time when great directors have never been more important, the IoD offers professional development, valuable connections and influence.


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NNWI is an industry supported think-tank, focused on the international development of nuclear energy as a means for governments to safeguard their country’s long-term sustainable energy needs. We strongly believe that nuclear power is without which the binding Paris Climate Agreement objectives cannot be achieved and is therefore an essential part of the global solution to the challenge of climate change.

We believe that the right way to secure widespread recognition of the benefits of nuclear energy is to encourage the widest possible and best-informed debate about energy and climate change. This debate should highlight the benefits of nuclear power and its far-reaching applications that go far wider than simply the provision of low carbon electricity to tackle climate change. They include decarbonising transport, heating and industrial applications while continuing bringing high value solutions in agriculture and medicine.


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nucleareurope is the Brussels-based trade association for the nuclear energy industry in Europe. Our membership is currently composed of 15 national nuclear associations and 6 corporate members. As a result, we represent nearly 3,000 European companies working in the industry which support around 1,100,000 jobs.


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The Nuclear Institute is the only professional membership body dedicated to the nuclear sector.

We welcome members from all parts of the nuclear industry, regardless of specialism, and provide our own nuclear-specific qualification for those in nuclear roles (the Nuclear Delta) as well as registration titles including CEng, IEng, EngTech, CSci, CEnv & REnvTech. We support our members' professional development and competence for the benefit of the industry and wider society.


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Women in Nuclear UK (WiN UK) is one of over 30 international chapters under the umbrella of Women in Nuclear Global. Formed in 2014, WiN UK became a Not-For-Profit Company Limited by Guarantee in 2020. WiN UK is run entirely by volunteers, often supported by their employer.

WiN UK’s mission is to address the industry’s gender balance, improve the representation of women in leadership, engage with the industry, government and public on nuclear issues and support the industry with tools and information. 

WiN UK focuses on three key objectives of attraction, retention and dialogue. 

Its vision is for the nuclear industry to achieve gender balance within its workforce, reflecting the working population in the UK. Specifically, strategic workstreams aim to meet the targets set in the Nuclear Sector Deal and Gender Roadmap of:

  • 50% of all apprenticeships to be held by females from 2021
  • Move from female employees representing 20% to 40% of the UK nuclear workforce by 2030
  • Increase the proportion of women in senior management to 30% by 2030

WiN UK has 10 regional teams that support over 1,000 subscribed members. In addition, more than 60 companies across the nuclear sector have signed up to WiN UK’s Industry Charter with companies pledging their commitment to diversity and gender balance.