EuropeAid Safety Training
EuropeAid Safety Training
Training and Tutoring for experts of the NRAs and their TSOs for developing or strengthening their regulatory and technical capabilities to strengthen the capabilities of the beneficiary nuclear regulatory authorities (NRAs) and their technical support organisations (TSOs).
- the provision of training and tutoring of the employees (experts) of NRAs in view of strengthening the capabilities of the beneficiary NRAs.
- support the NRAs in their effort to become reasonably self sufficient in terms of management and technical means.
- to promote nuclear safety and the use of EU best practices;
- to support the enhancement of capacities of nuclear regulatory authorities of the partner countries including their technical support organisations.
The training and tutoring effort is executed by consultants. They have to be contacted concerning all matters of course content and participation.
- MC3.01/11.1: Nuclear Safety Regulation, Licensing, Inspection and Enforcement
- MC3.01/11.2: Nuclear Safety Assessment and Inspection
- MC3.01/13: Training and Tutoring for experts of the NRAs and their TSOs for developing or strengthening their regulatory and technical capabilities
- MC3.01/14: Training and Tutoring for experts of the NRAs and their TSOs for developing or strengthening their regulatory and technical capabilities
Eligibility according to Geographical area
The geographical scope of the programme covers Eastern Europe & Central Asia (ex-CIS); Central North Africa and Near & Middle East.
The main stakeholders are the partners i.e. the Nuclear Regulatory Authorities of the Partner Country and their TSO’s, the European Union represented by EuropeAid (DevCo) and more generally the population of the beneficiary countries through the increase of the nuclear safety level.
Second Coordination Meeting of the Training and Tutoring (T&T) initiative
Brussels – 15 and 16 June 2016
The European Commission (DEVCO B5) is implementing the Training and Tutoring initiative for 4 years. The phases I and II are completed and phases III and IV are now implemented. The phase V has been approved. After 4 years of implementation it is now time to evaluate the past activities and the way forward.
The European Commission working with its Contractors is organizing the second “Coordination meeting” to present, discuss and coordinate the different Training and Tutoring activities among all the stakeholders. The meeting will be organized in 2 different sessions dedicated to:
- Coordination Meeting: Session related to the presentation and discussion of the initiatives for training and tutoring by the EC, the IAEA and other organisations. (15 June 2016).
- Coordination Meeting: Session related to the presentation by the T&T partners (countries benefiting of the Training and Tutoring), wrap-up and conclusions (16 June 2016).
The meeting offers an excellent opportunity for INSC T&T partners to present their results regarding training of their staff as well as feedback on how the T&T projects can effectively contribute to the future training of the staff of the Regulatory Authorities and their Technical Support Organisations.
On 2 November 2015 during EUROSAFE FORUM 2015 Adriaan van der Meer presented Merit Awards to the best trainee and the best tutee of the INSC "Training and Tutoring" project
Adriaan van der Meer, Head of Unit B5, handed over two Merit Awards to the best trainee (Miss Maro AGHAZARIAN from the Armenian Regulatory Authority ANRA) and the best tutee (Ms Indah ANNISA from the Indonesian Regulatory Authority BAPETEN).
The safe utilisation of nuclear energy requires competent and independent national nuclear safety authorities and technical support organisations. Through the Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC), the EU contributes to the improvement of nuclear safety and efficient and effective safeguards in non-EU countries. An important initiative of the INSC programme are the "Training and Tutoring" (T&T) projects with the main goal to provide post-graduate professional education to expert staff at regulatory authorities and technical support organizations from non-EU countries.