Why UK Power Networks fund staff education

Why UK Power Networks fund staff education

Over 900 staff from UK Power Networks - the company that keeps the lights on in London, the South East and East Anglia - have been awarded educational grants in the past five years as part of its Supported Studies programme. 

The programme pays 100% of tuition fees and gives employees paid time to attend most classes, and it is just one of the ways UK Power Networks supports learning in the workplace. The qualifications taken span all levels and range from electronic engineering to procurement, human resources to accounting.

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