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Start Time:

5 November 2012 at 09:00

Ends On:

23 November 2012

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

AGH (Kastler Lecture Hall)

Organizer(s):

IAEA: A. Bychkov, Y. Yanev and T. Karseka. ICTP: F. Quevedo and Local Organiser: C. Tuniz

Description:

Activity Secretariat:
The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
Ms. Lisa Iannitti
Strada Costiera 11 
I-34151 Trieste
Italy
email: iannitti@ictp.it
 Telephone: +39-040-2240227


smr2374@ictp.it

DEADLINE: 15 MAY 2012





The purpose of this school is to provide a unique international educational experience aimed at building future leadership in managing nuclear energy programs from among promising young professionals from developing countries, particularly newcomer countries that seek to develop nuclear power or other nuclear applications, who show promise as future leaders of the nuclear industry, academia and public sector entities in their country. It will enable the transfer of IAEA specific knowledge to Member States towards their capacity building efforts.

The prospect of a steady world-wide growth in the use of nuclear technology – for the generation of electricity and other energy services and in a diversity of nuclear applications in medicine, agriculture, and industry – points to the need for a greatly expanded global cadre of nuclear professionals. A highly competent management is vital to the success at all stages of development or re-launching of a nuclear programmed. This school will focus mainly on training young professionals from developing countries with managerial potential on aspects of the industry that will ensure their broad understanding of the current issues that need to be tackled in their various countries. During this training programme, the participants will gain awareness of the most recent developments in nuclear energy and the IAEA specific knowledge and broad international perspective on issues related to the peaceful use of nuclear technology.

The School will consist of a series of keynote presentations by leading IAEA specialists on topics relevant to managing nuclear energy programs followed by practical sessions discussing the issues raised and difficulties envisaged. All chosen participants will be expected to be actively involved in discussions, assigned projects, panel reviews and all school activities. At the end of the School all participants are expected to pass a final test.

The following topics will be covered:

• World Energy Balance, Geopolitics and Climate Issues;
• Energy Planning, Energy Economics and Nuclear Power Economics and Finance;
• National Nuclear Industry from Planning to Decommissioning;
• Nuclear Power – Technology, Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Waste Management ;
• Nuclear Safety and Security;
• Nuclear Law, International Conventions and Relevant Mechanisms;
• Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Safeguards;
• Human Resource Development and Knowledge Management;
• Leadership and Management in Nuclear Industry;
• Nuclear Sociology and Public Communication.

Material:

5 November 2012
09:00
10:00
Registration
01h00'
After you have Registered: Administrative Formalities (daily living allowances/travel reimbursements, bank transactions, etc.) at the E. Fermi Building - just above the Leonardo Da Vinci Bldg.
- Meal coupons: balance will be issued by the Guesthouse Receptions one day after the on-line registration is completed according to the following timetables:
GALILEO Guesthouse: Tuesday to Friday 10.00-12.00 & 13.00-15.00
ADRIATICO Guesthouse: Tuesday To Friday 13.00-15.00
10:00
10:30
Opening
30'
A. Bychkov (DDG NE, IAEA) & S. Scandolo on behalf of F. Quevedo (Dir., ICTP)
10:30
10:50
VIDEO ADDRESS of DG IAEA
20'
Amano
10:50
11:30
Nuclear Energy Policy Management School
40'
Yanev
11:30
12:00
Introduction of participants

Get to know each other
30'
Karseka
12:00
12:30
Programme Overview, Logistics, Group Projects
30'
Karseka
12:30
14:00
Lunch Break
01h30'
19:00
20:30
WELCOME RECEPTION
01h30'
6 November 2012
09:30
10:30
Nuclear Fuel Cycle Policies, Fuel Cycle Technologies
01h00'
Alldred
10:30
11:00
Coffee break
30'
11:00
12:30
Current Status of Active Nuclear Power Programmes in Member States
01h30'
Mandula
12:30
13:30
Lunch
01h00'
13:30
15:00
Advanced Reactor Designs & Technologies for Near-Term Deployment
01h30'
Subki
15:00
15:40
Security of Fuel supply, the IAEA Initiative
40'
Alldred
16:10
17:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: Global Nuclear Power Challenges, (Resources, Development Trajectory, Innovation)
01h20'
Alldred, Mandula, Subki, Yanev, Mohamad
17:30
18:30
Work on the Group Projects 1
01h00'
7 November 2012
10:00
10:40
VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Role of the IAEA in the International Nuclear Safety and Security Regime
40'
DDG NS
10:40
11:20
IAEA Safety Standards and their harmonized use in the World
40'
Delattre
11:20
11:50
Coffee break
30'
11:50
12:20
GROUP ACTIVITY:

Case Study on Applying the IAEA Safety Standards
30'
Delattre
12:20
13:00
IAEA Review Services (OSART, RRS, INIR, etc)
40'
Delattre, Khartabil ([replacing Hughes] (NSNI, Safety Assessment), Yanev, Subki
13:00
14:00
Lunch break
01h00'
14:00
14:50
Technological challenges for Safety – Long life of Nuclear Installations
50'
Khartabil [replacing Hughes]
14:50
15:30
How to Ensure and Review Safety of a Nuclear Installations (Safety in Design, PSA, etc)
40'
Khartabil [replacing Hughes]
16:00
17:00
Regulating Nuclear Power Sessions: Nuclear regulation – Safety Basic Principles, Safety Fundamentals AND Establishing a regulatory process, participants and rules (30 min. each)
01h00'
Viktorsson, UAE
17:00
18:00
Licencing Nuclear Installation and Operational Safety Regulation
01h00'
Viktorsson, UAE
8 November 2012
09:30
10:30
VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Nuclear Terrorism: target, consequences and threats
01h00'
George
10:30
11:00
Coffee break
30'
11:10
12:00
VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Fundamentals of a State’s Nuclear Security Regime
50'
Evans
12:00
13:30
VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Nuclear Security Infrastructure for Nuclear Power Plants
01h30'
Evans
13:30
14:30
Lunch break
01h00'
14:30
15:00
Approaching Nuclear Security for a New Comer – Case Study UAE
30'
Viktorsson UAE
15:00
15:45
VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Education and Training in Nuclear Security
45'
Lambert
15:45
16:15
VIDEO and DISCUSSION

The work of the IAEA Office of Nuclear Security
30'
Mrabit
16:45
18:00
GROUP ACTIVITY

Work on the Group Projects 2
01h15'
9 November 2012
07:30
17:00
Technical Tour to Krsko NPP
09h30'
see attached sheet for details


17:00
17:00
Arrival at the ICTP
17:00
18:00
Individual Study
01h00'
12 November 2012
09:00
09:40
Quiz 1: (on Module 1) Nuclear Energy Policy and Management
40'
Karseka
09:40
13:00
SESSION: Background of Making an Informed Decision & DISCUSSIONS AND NETWORKING

03h20'
09:41
10:31
POLICY LECTURE: World Energy Resources, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Economics (3E) after Rio+20
50'
McDonald
10:31
11:21
National Nuclear Energy Policy – why, what and how
50'
Janardhanan
11:21
11:51
Coffee break
30'
11:51
12:21
Nuclear Power – pros and contra
30'
McDonald
12:21
13:21
Q&A on Pro and Contras for Nuclear Power in national Energy Mix
01h00'
McDonald, Yanev, Janardhanan
13:00
14:00
Lunch break
01h00'
14:01
14:31
VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Spent Fuel Management
30'
Dyck
14:31
15:31
Nuclear Waste Management
01h00'
Mele
15:31
16:01
Coffee break
30'
16:01
16:31
Deciding on Decommissioning Strategy
30'
Mele
16:31
17:01
OPEN DIALOGUE:

Nuclear Labour Market – Challenges for planning Workforce
30'
Murphy
17:01
18:01
MODERATED DISCUSSION:

Further Critical Issues – Proliferation, Costs, Accidents
01h00'
Yanev, Peddicord, McDonald, Janardhanan, Mele
13 November 2012
09:00
10:00
Understanding the Milestones and Roles in NP Infrastructure Development
01h00'
Ferrari
10:00
10:10
Q&A on Infrastructure Development
10'
Ferrari
10:10
10:40
Coffee break
30'
served area near the Café
10:40
12:00
Developing Long Term National Strategy on Nuclear. INPRO Methodology for Nuclear Energy
01h20'
Phillips
12:00
13:00
POLICY LECTURE: Building and Maintaining Nuclear Culture on Different Levels
01h00'
Yanev
13:00
14:00
Lunch break
01h00'
14:00
15:30
Participants’ Presentations (new-comer countries):

Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Poland, Nigeria, Bangladesh (20 min. each)
01h30'
Peddicord
16:00
18:00
Participants’ Presentations (new-comer countries):

Belarus, Ghana, Kenya, Turkey, Egypt, Malaysia (20 min. each)
02h00'
Peddicord
14 November 2012
09:30
10:00
Introduction to Nuclear Law
30'
Reyners
10:00
10:50
The International Legal Framework for Nuclear Safety and Security
50'
Reyners
10:50
11:20
Coffee break
30'
11:20
12:00
The International Legal Framework for Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage
40'
Reyners
12:00
13:00
VIDEO CONFERENCE

International Non-Proliferation Regime
01h00'
Suseanu (replacing Rockwood)
13:00
14:00
Lunch break
01h00'
14:00
15:00
VIDEO CONFERENCE

Export Control
01h00'
Suseanu (replacing Rockwood)
15:00
15:40
Q&A on Nuclear Legislation
40'
16:10
17:00
VIDEO CONFERENCE

Practical Aspects of International Safeguards Implementation
50'
SG
17:00
18:30
Work on the Group Projects 3
01h30'
15 November 2012
09:00
09:30
NEPIO and its Role
30'
Freeland (Worley Parsons)
09:30
10:00
Role of the Owner/Future Operator
30'
Rotaru
10:00
10:20
Role of the Regulatory Authority
20'
Yanev
10:20
10:50
Coffee break
30'
10:50
12:00
Feasibility Study, Environmental Aspects and Siting of a new NPP
01h10'
Rotaru
12:00
12:50
Selecting Technology/Vendor for NPP
50'
Freeland (Worley Parsons)
12:50
13:50
VIDEOS

Current Reactor Technologies
01h00'
13:50
14:30
Lunch break
40'
14:30
15:30
VIDEO CONFERENCE

Financing Structures for a Nuclear Power Plant Project
01h00'
Barkatullah
16:00
17:00
Managing Interfaces between Stakeholders during and before the construction of an NPP
01h00'
Rotaru
17:00
18:00
Obtaining a Licence and Commissioning a Plant
01h00'
Rotaru
16 November 2012
09:00
09:30
COMPUTER BASED

Quiz 2: (on Module 2) Designing a Nuclear Power Programme
30'
Karseka
09:30
10:30
SESSION: Management System for Facilities and Activities

Leadership and Management in a Nuclear Enterprise
01h00'
Yanev
10:30
11:00
Coffee break
30'
11:00
12:00
INTERACTIVE LECTURE:

Organizational Culture - Safety Culture
01h00'
Karseka
12:00
13:00
Lunch break
01h00'
13:00
14:30
Integrating Management Elements into a System (Establishing Processes, Measuring Performance, Quality Assurance, etc.)
01h30'
Kent Freeland
14:30
15:30
HR Management in a Nuclear Organization
01h00'
Karseka/Yanev
16:00
17:00
Meeting a NPP Director (CEO)
01h00'
Rotaru
17:00
18:00
GROUP ACTIVITY

Work on the Group Projects 4
01h00'
19 November 2012
08:00
17:00
Technical Tour to Ljubljana Training Centre« Milan Copic » & Technical Tour to ELETRA Accelerator
09h00'
Please see attached sheet for the schedules of these two tours.
17:00
17:30
Arrival at the ICTP
30'
17:30
18:30
VIDEO CONFERENCE:

Nuclear Data – Importance and Challenges
01h00'
Roberto Capote Noy
18:30
19:15
Nuclear Infrastructure for R&D and Applications
45'
Ridikas
20 November 2012
09:30
10:10
Workforce Planning for NPP Programmes
40'
Pagannone
10:10
10:50
Education in Nuclear Field
40'
Yanev
11:20
12:00
Training in Nuclear Energy Domain
40'
Pagannone
12:00
12:50
Case Study on Partnerships in Competence Development
50'
Pagannone
12:50
13:50
Lunch break
01h00'
13:50
14:50
Competence and Knowledge Management in a Nuclear Organization (Terminology & dif focuses in dif. Organizations)
01h00'
Yanev
14:50
15:40
Knowledge Management Maturity Assessment (Case Study)
50'
Karseka
15:40
16:00
Coffee break
20'
16:00
17:00
Knowledge Transfer and Change Management (Knowledge Loss Risk Assessment)
01h00'
Yanev/Karseka
17:00
17:45
Participants’ Presentations
45'
(Vendor countries) Russia, Korea
17:45
18:00
Knowledge Management and Safety Performance in NPPs
15'
de Grosbois J.F.
21 November 2012
09:00
09:30
COMPUTER BASED

Quiz 3: (on Module 3) Managing a Nuclear Enterprise
30'
Karseka
09:30
10:40
SESSIONS: Be Prepared for the Unexpected

Emergency Preparedness and Response
01h10'
Martincic
10:40
11:10
Coffee break
30'
11:10
12:20
Basic Principles of Radiation Protection under normal operation and Emergencies
01h10'
Gonzalez
12:20
13:00
Work of the IAEA Incident and Emergency Centre
40'
Martincic
13:00
14:00
Lunch break
01h00'
14:00
15:30
Overview of the Major Global Nuclear Accidents
01h30'
Yanev, Gonzalez
16:00
18:00
PANEL DISCUSSION and DIALOGUE

Lessons learned from Nuclear Accidents
02h00'
Martincic, Gonzalez, Yanev
22 November 2012
09:30
10:10
Main Principles of Effective Stakeholder Involvement
40'
Pagannone
10:10
10:40
Coffee break
30'
10:40
12:30
Communicating Radiation Risks to Public
01h50'
Gonzalez
12:30
13:30
Lunch break
01h00'
13:30
15:00
Nuclear Sociology
01h30'
Yanev
15:00
18:00
Work on Group Projects 7
03h00'


23 November 2012
09:30
10:00
COMPUTER BASED

Quiz 4: (on Module 4) Emergency Preparedness and Public Communication
30'
Karseka
10:00
10:30
Group 1
30'
10:30
11:00
Group 2
30'
11:00
11:30
Coffee break
30'
11:30
12:00
Group 3
30'
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