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National Apprenticeship Week 2020 Legal & Nuclear - Wednesday 5th February @ 9:30am - 2:30pm

National Apprenticeship Week 2020 Legal & Nuclear – Wednesday 5th February @ 9:30am – 2:30pm

National Apprenticeship Week is an annual week-long celebration of apprenticeships across England and is a time to recognise and applaud apprenticeship success stories across the country.

Apprenticeship employers use the opportunity to promote the success of their apprentices and highlight the huge benefits to other employers, of all sizes, who are thinking of taking on an apprentice.

Apprentices across the country will also be celebrated throughout the week, with engagement and events in schools and colleges. Many current and former apprentices will go back to school to tell their story, attracting the next generation of apprentices, so they too can fire up their future career.

Legal Apprenticeships

A law apprenticeship combines paid work and training at a law firm with part-time study for professional qualifications. It is an alternative path to going to university that offers the same career destinations, but avoids the expensive fees. Some apprenticeships take 18 months to complete, but the more advanced levels provide training over five or six years – around the same amount of time as it would take to qualify through the university route.

9:30am – Coca-Cola

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10:30am –


Nuclear Apprenticeships

After completing an apprenticeship, you could find yourself working as a skilled operative or technician in a variety of roles within the nuclear industry. As a decommissioning operative, you would be involved in the safe decommissioning of plant and equipment on a licensed nuclear site. A job as a radiation monitor would see you playing a key role in the safe monitoring of personnel and work environments.

12:55pm – EDF Energy, Hinkley Point C. Register here:

1:30pm – National Nuclear Laboratory

2:00pm – Sellafield



    Tunnelling Shift Manager, Hinkley Point C Marine Works

    My name is Alexandra Ryan, I work for Balfour Beatty as a Spray Concrete Lining, SCL, tunnelling shift manager at Hinkley Point C project in Somerset.

    I have been working within the Mining & Tunnelling industry since I graduated from the Camborne School of Mines in 2013 and have been lucky enough to work in Africa, Australia and the United Kingdom.

    My core job is to ensure the safe and productive running of the SCL gang and technical team as part of a 24-hour operation to form a network of tunnels for HPC’s cooling water system.

    I couldn’t imagine working in another industry, being part of such a large and diverse project such as Hinkley point C is what I had always hoped for while I studied my mining engineering degree.


    Commercial Apprentice, Balfour Beatty

    My name is Caitlin Garry and I am a Commercial Apprentice for Balfour Beatty, working in the Offshore Team on the HPC project.

    I have been an apprentice for 2.5 years now, since joining the company after completing my As Levels. I have been fortunate enough to work in a variety of teams across the project and hope that as my career develops my portfolio of work will grow.

    Now I am part of the HPC project and working towards a career in construction, I couldn’t imagine doing anything else, its currently one of the largest construction projects in Europe and in years to come I can proudly say I was part of it.

  • Kerry Burns

    Research Technologist, National Nuclear Laboratory

    My name is Kerry Burns and I am a Research Technologist at the National Nuclear Laboratory. I started at NNL as a Scientific apprentice, during this time I completed a HNC,HND and a level 3 NVQ Diploma in laboratory and associated technical activities. Shortly after I finished my apprenticeship NNL funded my cohort to study a BSc (hons) in applied chemistry.  In my spare time I attend CrossFit, Yoga and I am currently learning to play the piano.

  • Jeevan Pansar

    Legal Apprentice, Coca Cola

    Jeevan Panesar joined Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) as a legal apprentice in September 2018.

    He did his GCSE’s at a local school but decided to study A levels at Farnborough sixth form college. Where he achieved three A’s in Geography, English Literature and Psychology.

    Doing a degree apprenticeship really appealed to Jeevan, as he finds, the best way to learn is being able to apply the knowledge he gains into a practical environment.

    Jeevan’s highlight to date has been being able to attend a cross-team meeting with all of the legal departments across the 13 countries in which CCEP operates.

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