National Skills Academy for Power

The National Skills Academy for Power sits at the heart of the power sector, driving excellence in skills and bringing together employers, skills organisations and stakeholders.

What Is It?

The National Skills Academy for Power (NSAP) adds value by increasing capacity, capability and connectivity nationally across the power industry.

Part of Energy & Utility Skills, NSAP is raising the profile of the UK power industry as it becomes the global leader in power skills development, maximising the benefits for businesses.

We deliver the skills required to address the government’s energy challenge and support a low-carbon, resource-efficient economy. We are a key player in maintaining the security of the UK power supply.


National Skills Academy Network

The National Skills Academy (NSA) network was established by the Government to address the need for a world-class workforce with better skills than ever before. National Skills Academies are employer-led centres of excellence, delivering the skills required by each sector of the economy. National Skills Academies work with industry bodies to drive change and achieve priorities identified by employers in their sector.


Meet the Team

  • Nick Ellins, Group Chief Executive, National Skills Academy for Power and Energy & Utility Skills
  • Penny Power, PA to Chief Executive

 Strategy & Engagement

  • Stephen Barrett, Director of Strategic Accounts & Head of NSAP

Our Networks

  • Aled Davies, Client Manager – Transmission & Distribution
  • Ronnie Moore, Client Manager – Electricity Skills Qualification Group
  • Ian Moss, Client Manager – Metering
  • Lucy Richie, Client Manager – Smart Metering

Marketing & Communications

  • Jill McGimpsey, Head of Marketing

Find Out More

For more information about National Skills Academy for Power’s work visit our NSAP pages.

To learn how membership will benefit your business, please get in touch with the membership office.

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