Russian Federation : Joint Russia IAEA-NEM School for Managers in Nuclear Organizations concluded in Sochi.
The joint Russia-IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School for Managers in Nuclear Organizations concluded in Sochi on April 19. The objective of the NEM School was to support middle-level managers and decision-makers in the nuclear sector in enhancing managerial and technical competencies that are essential for establishing or expanding national nuclear energy programmes.
This year hit a record high in the number of participants 39 management professionals in nuclear organizations from 19 Member States. The role of the executive NEM School director on the IAEA part was given to Mr Mikhail Chudakov, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy.
The NEM School covered a broad range of subjects on the potential topical areas of international cooperation, leadership and management, energy planning, nuclear law, nuclear safety and security, as well as nuclear safeguards. A business simulation game International NPP sales negotiations. Risk sharing and search for a balance of interests organized within the NEM School programme provided participants with the opportunity to conduct negotiations on the implementation of a nuclear power plant construction project representing one of a given stakeholder role.
The NEM School programme was an effective supplement to the business programme of the XI International Forum ATOMEXPO-2019. The School participants attended round table sessions and visited the exhibition where leading
companies from the global nuclear industry and related sectors presented their technologies and competencies.
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|Date:||Apr 25, 2019|
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