In its first year, re:generation has spoken to over 200 students across the UK, reached over two million via the media and interviewed and profiled a number of inspiring young men and women in the civil nuclear energy industry. We are already planning a new programme of events and initiatives to capitalise on the campaigns success moving into 2015 and beyond. Here we take a look back at re:generation 2014.
re:generation in Manchester
re:generation met students from St Mary’s Catholic High School in Manchester to talk to them about the nuclear industry. Natalie Baines, a Mechanical Designer from Nuvia talked about her apprenticeship and Jennifer Schofield, from the Manchester University Dalton Nuclear Institute talked about what she does in her PhD.
re:generation at Sizewell Visitors Centre
re:generation talks to Katie Bannister about her experience on the EDF Energy graduate scheme and her role as a STEM ambassador, and Roger Barge, Apprentice Co-ordinator at Sizewell B nuclear power station about what young people need to join the apprenticeship scheme as we follow students from the Colchester Institute on their tour of Sizewell.
re:generation – Overview
This is the first of a series of video’s celebrating the people who work in the UK’s nuclear industry. Part of the re:generation campaign this video showcases a collection of the men and women who work the industry and their thoughts on the future, their work and opportunities for young people in the UK.