Hinkley Supply Chain Programme Events


What ever stage you are at on your journey towards potentially supplying the Hinkley Point C (HPC) project, the Hinkley Supply Chain Programme offers a variety of half day workshops covering key subjects: 


Helping you to decide if supplying Hinkley Point C is right for you:

  • Introduction to HPC: introduction and update on the HPC project, supply chain structure and contract information from EDF BOOK NOW:  4th June 2019, Somerset  |  10th July 2019, South Wales 3rd September 2019, Bristol  |  13th November 2019, Somerset
  • Opportunity Briefings: held as and when new opportunities arise on site – aimed at companies with specific relevant capabilities to encourage them to consider opportunities within HPC MORE DETAILS SOON
  • HPC Project Updates: keeping companies informed about the latest project developments MORE DETAILS SOON


Providing specific project knowledge to companies with a registered interest in Hinkley Point C:


Bid Preparation

Outlining key requirements based on project needs:

  • Pre-Qualification - Best Practice: an outline of the Pre-Qualification procedure from the clients’ perspective, including planning, management, and successful completion BOOK NOW:  7th November 2019, Pontypridd
  • Operating Under NEC3 Contracts: what they are, their structure and main factors, including communications, early warnings, payments, risk register, and compensation events BOOK NOW: 16th October 2019, Somerset
  • Risk Factors - Pricing for Nuclear: how to recognise risk factors, and be competitive and compliant when supplying the nuclear market BOOK NOW: 17th September 2019, Bristol


Preparing to Deliver

Hinkley Point C specific hints and tips to help companies successfully fulfil nuclear contracts:

  • Introduction to Build in Quality: the essential tools and techniques required to deliver ‘right first time’ BOOK NOW: 29th October 2019, Bristol
  • Project Management: discover important principles of successful project management, including planning, implementation, team roles and responsibilities, and how to recognise and resolve project management gaps BOOK NOW: 2nd October 2019, Bristol
  • Managing Customer Communication: the importance of keeping your customer informed, and how to decide what is relevant to them throughout contract delivery MORE DETAILS SOON