Nuclear Knowledge Management

Training Meeting on Networking Educational Networks

15–19 June 2015, Vienna, Austria

In September 2014, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General Conference, in resolution GC(58)/RES/13, acknowledged once more the utility of collaborations towards the development and adoption of integrated national and regional strategic planning approaches to strengthen university nuclear education programmes and make them sustainable. It requested the Secretariat to assist Member States, at their request, in their efforts to ensure the sustainability of nuclear education and training in all areas of the peaceful use of nuclear energy by taking advantage of the activities of regional education networks.

Over the past years, the regional educational networks fostered by the IAEA, in close cooperation with other national and regional networks, such as the European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN), the Nuclear Technology Education Consortium (NTEC) in the United Kingdom and the Japan Nuclear Human Resource Development Network (JN-HRD NET), have been exchanging information and experience as well as implementing actions to address common issues in the area of nuclear education. As recommended by the IAEA’s Standing Advisory Group on Nuclear Energy (SAGNE) in 2010, interregional activities are also being fostered.

Working Documents

General Information


Presentations

Afra-Nest news Nafaa Reguigui, Tunisia
ANENT News
ANENT TC
Youngmi Nam, Rep. of Korea
LANENT News Aucyone da Silva, Brasil
STAR-NET News Helena Zhivitskaya, Belarus
Japanese HRD Network news Yuko Ikuta, Japan
ENEN News Javier Dies, Spain
UNENE News Viktor Snell, Canada
NTEC News John Roberts, UK
BNEN News Michele Coeck, Belgium
News on CLP4NET Martin Vojtela, IAEA
LANENT Training course on e-learning for nuclear education Claudio Perez, Chile
Digital Repositories. Technical concepts and software platform options Emiliano Marmonti, Argentina
Utilization of Research Reactors for Nuclear Education and Training; Overview of Activities Judy Vyshniauskas Gomez, IAEA
Education and Training Strategy for Safety Andrea Luciani, IAEA
Developing National Educational Networks - ECAP Initiative John Roberts, UK
CRP L53003:
Sustainable Nuclear Education
MEPhI

Monica Sbaffoni, IAEA
Andrey Kosilov, Russia
Introducing Nuclear Science and Technology to Secondary Schools Gerardo Abaya, IAEA
NUCLEANDO Support kit for secondary school teachers E. Genini, Argentina
Radiation Protection Course for dentists Aucyone da Silva, Brazil
IAEA Programme on NKM Monica Sbaffoni, IAEA
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Morocco  
Pakistan  
Russia  
Ukraine