Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd (South Africa) and MIREA will become partners of ROSATOM
On March 26, at the ATOMEXPO International Forum with the participation of Tatiana Terentyeva, Deputy General Director for Personnel of ROSATOM, documents on cooperation in the field of personnel training were signed. 
Among them is a roadmap between ROSATOM and Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd (South Africa) on cooperation in the development of personnel projects and initiatives, education and personnel training for 2024-2026. The main areas of the signed document include cooperation within the framework of the alliance of man-centered organizations, expansion of cooperation in working with youth and developing the potential of women professionals, personnel training and involvement of employees of the two companies in educational projects. In particular, in 2024, as part of the roadmap, Eskom will participate in BRICS events supported by Rosatom, the two companies will develop a joint base of talented students from Africa for further employment at Eskom, as well as the joint organization of a summer technology school for girls at the Obninsk Tech site on the fields of the Obninsk NEW 2024 International Youth Forum, timed to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the world's first nuclear power plant in the town.
In addition, ROSATOM signed a Cooperation Agreement with the Russian Technological University MIREA. The cooperation will focus on the creation and implementation of specialist training areas relevant to the State Corporation, conclusion of agreements on targeted training, practical training and internships, provision of employment opportunities for graduates in the industry, as well as joint R&D. The University already has a specialized Department “Information Technologies in Nuclear Energy” in partnership with “ CONSIST-OS” JSC and “ Greenatom” JSC. Since 2023, Scientific and Production association “Critical Informational Systems (CIS) of Rosatom has become one of MIREA University  partners  in the federal project “Advanced engineering schools”, to train human resources for the Critical Infrastructure business.

Source: Press service of Atomexpo JSC