Learning and training

The IAEA offers a wide spectrum of learning and training activities, as well as educational resources and capacity-building programmes. These include face-to-face training courses and workshops, fellowship programmes and schools on various nuclear-related topics. The IAEA also offers more than 120 online learning courses and webinars, from beginner to expert level, which can be accessed after registering with the Agency’s Nucleus portal (registration and login accessible when choosing a specific online course).


1.3 KMAV for Nuclear Education Providers

The webinar will provide an overview of the Knowledge Management Assist Visit (KMAV) methodology developed by the IAEA to develop a sustainable national nuclear education system and to appraise existing programmes to provide examples of best practice and suggest improvements.The webinar will prov


2.2 Building Junior Networks

This webinar will provide an overview of global initiatives undertaken to reach out to the next generation, inform and inspire young minds on Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and education in nuclear science and engineering.Presenters will share their experience in introducing


3.3 New Publication - Methodology to Determine Critical Knowledge in Nuclear Organizations

*: Nuclear organizations managing their corporate knowledge assets must make an objective analysis in order to determine the knowledge they must manage over the lifecycle.  In this age of knowledge, the competitiveness and the future of nuclear organizations, are becoming more and more dependent


A concise introduction to the Safeguards Legal Framework

Safeguards Microlearning series:States undertake to accept safeguards on the basis of international treaties that make up the legal framework for IAEA safeguards, including the IAEA Statute and safeguards agreements between States and the IAEA.


A Decade of IAEA Integrated Support to Embarking Countries

DescriptionThe objective for this webinar is to introduce the Agency’s integrated support by different IAEA departments and the abovementioned elements - INIR process, IWP and CNIP development.


Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Radiocarbon Dating for Heritage and Forensic Science

The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive proficiency on Accelerator Mass spectrometry (AMS) radiocarbon dating technique and its applications in the field of Heritage and Forensic Sciences.


Action Plan Against Quarantine Fruit Fly Species of the Genus Batrocera spp.

The course is based on the harmonized procedures manual for the eradication of outbreaks of invasive fruit fly species of the Genus Batrocera.


AFRONET Cases and Presentations



An Atlas of Interesting Nuclear Medicine Cases

The E-Learning in Nuclear Medicine was developed by the Asian School of Nuclear Medicine (ASNM) through the TC regional project, RAS/0/047 to respond to the need for continuing education of physicians, technologists and other allied professionals working in Nuclear Medicine. ASNM is the collabora


Analytical Methods to Detect and Control Organic Contaminants in food

This e-Learning course covers the topics such as Overview of Organic Contaminants in food, Overview of Sample preparation options, Overview of Analytical Instrumentation, Planning, Method development and validation, QAQC, PT, Quantitative, Reporting.Duration: ~40 Hours | Interactivity: Self-direc


Asia-Pacific Radiation Oncology Network (ASPRONET)

  This course contains a collection of cases discussed in the Asia-Pacific Radiation Oncology Network (ASPRONET), a regional multidisciplinary Virtual Tumour Board organized under RAS6096.

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