On May 14-18, Russia-IAEA Nuclear Management School for Managers in Nuclear Organizations will be held as part of the X International Forum ATOMEXPO 2018. It will be organized by ROSATOM Technical Academy for ROSATOM.
The School is held to develop leadership in management of nuclear programs, especially in newcomer-countries who strive to develop nuclear power or other nuclear applications. It will be held in Sochi and Saint-Petersburg and attended by the IAEA, ROSATOM and ROSATOM Technical Academy specialists who are apt in various areas. IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano and Director General of ROSATOM Alexei Likhachev are expected to address the school students. First Deputy Director General and Director of Development and International Business of ROSATOM Kirill Komarov, HR Director Tatiana Terentieva etc. will share their experience and cutting-edge practices with the students.
The School will be held from May 14 until May 18 in Sochi and Saint-Petersburg. Its goal is to assist mid- and top-level nuclear managers to build up managerial and technical competences which are essential for development or extension of national nuclear power programs. As part of the program, the participants will attend the exhibition and take part in the business program of the International Forum ATOMEXPO 2018. A broad range of issues covering technical, legal, financial and social aspects of national nuclear programs will be raised in the process of training. In particular, the issues of nuclear infrastructure development, safety culture management, achievements in reactor technology and management of nuclear knowledge will be covered. The School participant will go on a technical tour to Leningrad NPP.
The first Russia-IAEA Nuclear Management School for Managers in Nuclear Organizations was held in 2016. The event was attended by 21 professionals from 18 countries, among them top managers of national nuclear programs, international experts, experts of the IAEA and ROSATOM. In the 2017 the second School was held, in which 29 representatives from 16 countries took part.