IAEA, Vienna, Austria
Technical Meeting on the Cooperation for Human Resources Development among Embarking and Experienced Countries
The objectives of the meeting are to:
- Highlight the importance of a robust HR infrastructure in order to make sure that competent human resources for a nuclear power plant (NPP) are established and maintained;
- Identify various training demands that should be considered to ensure that all relevant organizations have sufficient numbers of qualified personnel for their NPPs;
- Share experience and knowledge in the development and implementation of training courses at the national and organizational level together with general information about well-established training centres in the field of nuclear power; and
- Explore the possibility of establishing new training courses on specific areas by having experienced countries share their training resources with embarking countries. This page contains the most up-to-date information and materials regarding the event. Please visit this page regularly, as new and revised materials will be uploaded here as they become available.
More photos available in the Photo Gallery
J. Llewellyn, CEO National Skills Academy for Nuclear, United Kingdom
IAEA: Catalogue of Services
Y. Troshchenko, IAEA
Session 1: What is the emerging demand for training in embarking countries and how to address it?
Malaysia: What is the need for training that the IAEA needs to pay special attention to?
M. H. Zulkifli, Nuclear Malaysia, Malaysia
Kenya: Experience and lessons learned in addressing the challenges of training
L. M. Ong'onge, Nuclear Electricity Development Project, Kenya
Egpyt: Expereince and lessons learned in addressing the challenges of training
O. A. E. M. Abd El Wahhab, Nuclear Power Plants Authority, Egpyt
Vietnam: Expereince and lessons learned in addressing the challenges of training
T. Y. N. Nguyen, VAEA, Vietnam
Japan: Challenges and opportunities of training in support of embarking countries
A. Toba, JAIF, Japan
Hungary: Experience and lessions of training at Paks NPP
G. Nemeth, PM of Hungary to the IAEA
Session 2: Which training courses are suitable for key organizations or for specific stakeholders?
Indonesia: Experience and lessons learned in developing training course for specific stakeholders
H. Hendriyanto, BATAN, Indonesia
- France: What is the efficient way to secure training resources oever the phase of implementing?
Korea: Challenges and opportunities of training in support of embarking countries
J. H. Kim, KHNP, Korea
Session 3 : Cooperation on training with vendor countries
Bangladesh: Experience and lessons learned in cooperation on training with vendor country
K. Hossain, BAEC, Bangladesh
Turkey: Experience and lessons learned in cooperation on training with vendor country
G. Gungor, MOENR, Turkey
Belarus: Experience and lessons learned in cooperation on training with vendor country
O. Verbitskaia, Belarus
- Russia: Challenges and opportunities of cooepration on training with ordering country
- China : Good practice of training course provided by vendor company
Session 4: Look forward - What can facilitate international cooperation on training?
Jordan: Experience and lessions learned in expanding international cooperation on training
D. Amawi, JAEC, Jordan
Ukraine: Challenges and opportunities of promoting international cooepration on training
M. Slobodchuk, EnergoAtom, Ukraine
ENSTTI: Training network for embarking countries
A. Brauneggerg-Uelich, ENSTTI, EU
IAEA: Training courses for embarking countries
V. Nkong-Njock, IAEA
IAEA: Strategic approach to training in nuclear safety
M. Moracho, IAEA
IAEA: E-learning for nuclear newcomers
J. Isotalo, NPES, IAEA
Please contact Integrated Nuclear Power Infrastructure Group - Contact Point if you have any questions.