The NIA organise a range of events, meetings and conferences, alongside its business groups. All provide ideal opportunities to network and access the latest industry information and future developments.

NIA Events

  • Cyber and the Civil Nuclear Sector

    21 April 2020

    This joint event between the Nuclear Industry Association and techUK and will also focus on shared challenges between industries, such as bridging the skills gap the effectiveness of the Civil Nuclear Cyber Security Strategy.

  • DECOM2020

    17 June 2020

    Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) the NIA has decided to postpone Decom2020. A new date later in the year will be announced shortly.

  • Fusion group

    15 September 2020

    The NIA are holding its second fusion event at Culham alongside the Nu-Tech Exhibition.

  • NIA Nuclear Conference and Annual Dinner

    03 December 2020

    The NIA's flagship conference and the nuclear industry Annual Dinner will take place on Thursday 3 December in Central London. More details on both events will be announced in the coming weeks.

    Supported by NIA

    • World Nuclear University Summer Institute

      15 June — 20 July 2020

      The WNU Summer Institute is an intensive 270 hours leadership development programme held annually in different locations. This year, it will be held in Kobe, Fukushima, and Fukui, Japan.

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

    • World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE) 2020

      23 June — 25 July 2020

      Join the UK Pavilion at World Nuclear Exhibition 2020: the only global business dedicated event for the nuclear professionals.

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

      Other Events

      • Engineering Talent Awards

        23 April 2020

        The Engineering Talent Awards 2020, powered by EqualEngineers is a new set of awards to celebrate the diversity of the engineering and technology profession.

      • Probabilistic Safety Analysis Training

        19 May — 20 February 2020

        CRA’s Probabilistic Safety Analysis training course covers the fundamentals of quantitative risk analysis coupled with a mixture of teaching and exercises that can be applied to risk analysis packages such as RiskSpectrum, Fault Tree plus/Reliability Workbench, CAFTA, RiskMan, etc.

        Become a member
        Join over 250 other nuclear companies and as part of the NIA you’ll be able to:

        Grow your business

        You can meet the right people and grow your business through our extensive Business Group programme and our unique Trade Directory.

        Keep up to date

        Our members receive the most up to date information on industry developments through our regular newsletters and briefings and our special interest group mailings.

        Save money

        Attendance at our Business Group meetings is free for member companies and members also receive discounts to our flagship conferences as well as Industry Link, our quarterly magazine.

        Have a voice

        Being a member of the NIA gives you a voice in Westminster and the media as the NIA works to ensure your business can grow. You can contribute to our consultation responses and policy positions through involvement in our groups.