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Nuclear Security E-Learning

The IAEA offers 21 free online learning modules in nuclear security. Each module is based on the IAEA Nuclear Security Series and other guidance documents and is estimated to take one to four hours to complete. The modules target a wide range of professionals with nuclear security responsibilities and others interested. To access the modules, please visit the IAEA’s e-learning platform.

The responsibility for nuclear security within a State rests entirely with the State. The Agency contributes to global efforts to achieve security in activities or facilities that involve the use, storage or transport of nuclear and other radioactive material. It does so by supporting States, upon request, in their efforts to meet their national responsibilities and international obligations, to reduce risks and to respond appropriately to threats.

Human resource development is a key component of a robust and sustainable national nuclear security regime. The IAEA assists States in developing nuclear security expertise through training, including e-learning modules that introduce aspects of nuclear security. E-learning complements face-to-face trainings and supports efforts to ensure competence, skills and strong nuclear security culture.

The 21 modules are divided into four topical categories:

How to take part

The Nuclear Security e-learning is available here. Participants need to create an account and log in – instructions are available on the IAEA e-learning platform. For further information please send an email.

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