CRA Joins NI

CRA becomes the first SME to enact a company membership scheme with the Nuclear Institute.
 
CRA is delighted to announce the launch of a company membership scheme with the Nuclear Institute (NI) making it the first SME (Small and Medium sized Enterprise) and one of the first companies in the UK to enter into such an arrangement.
 
The arrangement will allow CRA employees to join the NI as associate members giving them access to the full range of benefits NI membership entails; as well as placing them on the path towards full professional membership with the NI. The launch of this scheme reinforces CRA’s commitment to the professional development of all its employees and underlines their dedication to nuclear professionalism.
 
CRA CEO and founder Jasbir Sidhu was delighted with the new partnership announced at the company’s London headquarters on Wednesday 15 March 2017. Jasbir said: “CRA is firmly committed to the development of our personnel and nuclear professionalism, so it simply made sense to sign up to the NI’s company membership scheme. As our organisation grows, access to the NI’s resources can only further enhance the skills and knowledge of our team and strengthen our nuclear culture. “
 
This is the latest stage in a long and close relationship between CRA and the NI with CRA being the hosts for the NI South East Branch quarterly meeting and having 2 members of staff on the branch committee.
 
Commenting on CRA joining the company membership scheme, CEO of the Nuclear Institute, Sarah Beacock, said: “I am delighted that CRA has become the first SME in the nuclear sector to sign up to the NI’s company membership scheme. It shows their commitment to the industry and particularly to their staff for whom it will be an important step towards their own nuclear professionalism. Making such a positive move in the early months of the new scheme demonstrates the importance of what the company membership scheme means to all sizes of organisation and we are grateful to CRA for showing this early lead.”