Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group
Chemical engineers at the heart of nuclear processes

Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group

Careers and education

Schools

Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group members contribute to educational activities and some are willing to give simple presentations on nuclear technology to interested school audiences, perhaps at a careers event.

Contact Special Interest Groups with your requirements and we will endeavour to find a suitable local speaker, perhaps in support of a whynotchemeng activity.

Universities

Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group members can provide advice to students on career opportunities in the nuclear sector. Contact Special Interest Groups.

Professional development

The Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group can provide assistance to its members who are seeking corporate membership of IChemE.

In the nuclear industry it is often difficult to locate a Chartered Chemical Engineer in a relevant line management position who will support CPD and chartership applications. Nevertheless such people do exist and we can often help candidates identify someone who will assist. Contact Special Interest Groups for advice.

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