NES awarded APM Corporate Accreditation

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Posted by APM on 9th Jan 2013

The APM is delighted to announce that Nuclear Engineering Services Limited (NES) has recently gained APM Corporate Accreditation for their Project and Programme Management professional development programme. This is a great achievement as it allows NES to demonstrate to their customers, suppliers and employees that they are committed to the highest standards of project management and professional development.

Chief Executive of APM, Andrew Bragg, said: Association for Project Management is proud to award corporate accreditation to NES. Within APMs professional community, organisations of every type and from every sector have an important role to play in raising the bar of project professionalism. NES typifies good practice in supporting APMs 5 Dimensions of Professionalism.

NES is a project led organisation, specialising in the design to manufacture and commissioning of bespoke solutions for the Nuclear Decommissioning, Defence and Nuclear New Build sectors. With over 50 years nuclear experience dating back to the first nuclear reactor housing at Dounreay, NES has supplied an extensive range of equipment and solutions to most UK nuclear power stations, including fuel route, remote handling, inspection equipment, encapsulation, waste handling solutions, shielded containments and reprocessing equipment.

When asked what gaining Corporate Accreditation meant to the company, George Andrews, Program Director and Deputy Managing Director for NES (pictured) said, We are proud that our training and development work and the commitment made by NES to promote best practice has been recognised by the APM. We know from working closely with our customers that recognition of our project management expertise is critical in todays competitive environment - especially in the Nuclear and Defence sectors. It also underpins our continuing commitment to developing our Project management team.


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