Session 2B: Preparing the Next Generation of Nuclear Professionals
- Valerie Segovia ()
- Patricia Wieland ()
Mr Jozef Zlatnansky
5/13/14, 4:00 PM
92. Initiatives of the Belgian SCK•CEN Academy to attract young talent in nuclear research and technology
Ms Michèle Coeck (SCK-CEN)
5/13/14, 4:20 PM
Several studies and reports show a concern for future availability of high-level nuclear competences. Moreover, it is often mentioned that there might be a shortage of specialized high-educated personnel in the broad sector where ionising radiations is used (being the nuclear industry, healthcare, research and governmental organisations). Therefore, measures should be taken to support young...
Mrs Audrey Cate (Institute of Nuclear Power Operations)
5/13/14, 4:40 PM
Session 3: Preparing the Next Generation of Nuclear Professionals
A new generation of nuclear professionals is entering the workforce with attitudes, values, and beliefs considerably different than previous generations. Advanced technology, fast paced team activities, instant communication and quick decision making are just a few of Millennials' expectations in the work environment. A “once in a generation” opportunity exists to improve nuclear station...
5/13/14, 4:55 PM