Session 3C - Building and Sustaining Capacity through Education and Training
- Takuya Hattori (JAIF, Japan)
- Vuong Huu Tan (DG VARANS, Vietnam)
Ms Natalia Klos
5/14/14, 2:00 PM
Mr James Larkin (Radiation and Health Physisc Unit, University of the Witwatersrand)
5/14/14, 2:20 PM
Session 2: Building and Sustaining Capacity through Education and Training
The South African Government has identified the need to install new power generation capacity if it is to maintain the growth of the country. As part of this increase capacity, it has been proposed that 9.6 GW will come from new nuclear power stations to be built at various locations within the country. Like many countries around the world and because there has been no new nuclear power...
Ms Nadja Zeleznik (Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe)
5/14/14, 2:40 PM
In order to improve the education, training and communication processes for informed behaviour and decision-making related to ionizing radiation risk the European Commission has launched special project EAGLE in the framework of FP7-EURATOM. The project aims at coordinating the information and communication strategies related to ionizing radiation for the general public, in order to get a...
Ms Alena Kvočková (Nuclear Training Specialist)
5/14/14, 2:55 PM
The aim of the paper is to present and share experience with design and implementation of Nuclear Training Excellence Project. As a reaction to several WANO Peer Reviews, NSAC and IAEA-OSART missions in the recent years bringing in recommendations for improvement in nuclear training area, Nuclear Training Excellence Project was launched for both SE NPPs (Mochovce and Bohunice) in 2011. As...
5/14/14, 3:10 PM