A Preston Docks-based firm has been awarded a £150,000 contract as part of a nuclear clean up mission.Advertisement
eLearning and development supplier, e-Aspire, will produce and deliver digital training media for Nuclear Waste Services (NWS).
NWS brings together the UK’s leading nuclear waste management capabilities and is part of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority group, which has a collective long-term mission to clean up nuclear sites safely, securely, and cost-effectively.
It has a mission to lead nuclear waste management and disposal as part of its integrated waste management programme, with a vision to make nuclear waste permanently safe, sooner.
eAspire’s objective is to support the development of skills and capabilities, and to contribute to the professional development of everyone employed in the management of radioactive waste.
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Charlotte Pickering, Senior Waste Strategy Specialist at NWS, said: “From our experience e-Aspire has always produced high quality, innovative and engaging content that is needed to enhance the learning experience and they are a great team to work with.”
Mike Mulvihill, e-Aspire Managing Director, added: “We are delighted to be part of the innovative NWS learning and development programme over the next few years.”
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