Earlier this month, our Transmission Network Control Centre (TNCC) welcomed six Year 10 students for work experience week.
Our HR Resourcing team was the proud winner in the Best Employer Website category at the 2018 RAD Awards last month.
Last month, the first cohort of Capital Delivery Construction Development Trainees (CDPs) were presented with their certificates; having successfully completed their 18 months of training.
The 2015 Engineer Training Programme (ETP) cohort successfully graduated this summer, with one student leaving with his fair share of awards.
Last month the Academy hosted a special end-of-programme event to celebrate completion for all ten of National Grid’s first cohort of Higher Apprentices.
The Transmission Network Control Centre has hosted a work experience week for over 20 students aged 14-18, which turned out to be quite an eye-opener.
Aimee Mowat, Mechanical Apprentice in the Gas Transmission Owner business, was recently recognised as STEM Apprentice of the Year by West Cheshire College.
Together with leading engineering and science companies, and educational providers, our Academy team played host to 80,000 people at this year’s Big Bang Fair.
Continuing its series of ‘real-life’ stories to highlight and celebrate more of our Remarkable women, WiNG is delighted to share Lara Smart’s story.
Following the success of its Remarkable book last year, Women in National Grid (WiNG) is delighted to share a new series of stories to highlight and celebrate more of our ‘remarkable’ women.