Gen2 are an Ofsted Outstanding Grade 1 training organisation, based in the North West of England. The company was established in June 2000 by 5 partner companies, Amec Foster Wheeler (formally AMEC), Sellafield Ltd (formally BNFL), TATA Steel (formally CORUS), Iggesund Paperboard and Innovia Films (formally UCB Films).
Our ethos focusses on providing high quality employer and learner responsive training and educational programmes. We work with over 250 employers at any one time and in the last thirteen years, over 2000 apprentices have been trained by Gen2, with 94% of them progressing into full-time employment with their employer once training has been completed.
We currently have in learning, over 900 Apprentices, 100 Adult learners, 250 Higher Education learners and deliver in excess of 10,000 delegate days on short courses across our five training centres in Cumbria. These include, ENERGUS, Lillyhall, Sellafield, Carlisle and Furness. This means we have a Cumbria county-wide spread and regional heft to deliver to as wide and diverse range of employers.
We are committed to increasing skills levels and reducing skills gaps in the population from level 1 to 7 through apprenticeships and adult training and higher education routes. Gen2 offers a wide range of learning and development opportunities, which respond to socio-economic, employer, sector and regeneration needs. Gen2 actively supports the creation of sustainable employment through high quality apprentice, adult and higher education training.
In addition, we deliver a wide range of bespoke training courses, apprenticeships and higher-education programmes covering a range of technology-related disciplines including: Professional Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Control and Instrumentation), Nuclear Related Technologies, Manufacturing, Health and Safety, ICT, Renewables, Business Support Skills and Leadership and Management. The courses are designed through close employer engagement to meet specific skills requirements, are fully-accredited by relevant professional/awarding bodies and range from Entry level through Foundation Degrees to Masters level (QCF Levels 1 – 7).
To be the first choice provider of high quality education and training in nuclear and engineering technologies.
- Never compromise on safety
- Invest in our people
- Be uncompromising in our pursuit of excellence
- Understand the skills needs of employers in the nuclear and engineering sectors
- Continuously improve our provision to meet employer demands
- Offer bespoke innovative, cost effective solutions and services
- Continue to achieve high qualification outcomes for the learners in our care
- Maintain sound financial performance