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Human Capital Development Workshop

Szerző: Császár Gergely | 2009. július 15.

2009. szeptember 2-4-én kerül megrendezésre az olaszországi Ispraban  a  “Human Capital Development Workshop”, melyről részletesebben - angol nyelven - az alábbiakban olvashat.

Human Capital Development Workshop

 

Purpose: Promote development of a common understanding of the kinds of skills and expertise needed to support implementation of an evolving international safeguards system, exchanges of information and experience on what are effective human capital development programs to meet emerging demands for such skills/expertise, and future cooperation on specific human capital development activities to support international safeguards.

 

Scope: The workshop will address the types of expertise and skills needed to implement international safeguards in the future; training, recruitment and career development needs for people working on international safeguards, in the context of the strengthened safeguards system.  This includes technology development and implementation; information collection, integration, analysis and management; inspection; and systems analysis.  The workshop shall identify specific areas for future collaboration, such as:

 

  • A collaborative working group to collect education and training materials, record lessons-learned in educational and training programs, and consider identifying core curriculum elements for “safeguards certificate” programs at the university level
  • Establishment of a clearinghouse for hosting (and refreshing) education and training materials, nuclear infrastructures;
  • Joint training activities and facilities
  • Exchange programs

 

Participants: The focus would be on countries with advanced safeguards programs (e.g., Euratom and its Member States,  Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Russia, United States), and on international/multilateral inspection agencies (IAEA, ABACC), industry, , …

Date: September 2-4, 2009

 

Venue:  Ispra, Italy

 

Agenda:

 

Day One: Wednesday 2nd of September 2009 : Optional

 

14:00 – 15:00 

Visit to NDA Laboratories: PERLA & PUNITA

 

15:30 – 17:00

Visit to other Safeguards Laboratories: SiLab & 3D Surveillance and Identification

 

 

Day Two: Thursday 3rd of September 2009

 

8:30 – 9:00

Welcome to Ispra and Opening of the Workshop (W. Janssens, D. Lockwood)

 

9:00 – 9: 20

                Introduction to the Objectives of the Workshop (P. Frigola)

 

9: 20 – 12:30   Session 1 (plenary) —What Is Needed?

Chairmen: P. Frigola (JRC) / D.Lockwood (NNSA)

 

Evolving nature of international safeguards and emerging skill and expertise requirements over the next 20 years.

 

  • Safeguards Agency Perspectives (IAEA and Euratom presentations)
    • What skills will be required for inspectors in the field
      • J.M. Crete (IAEA)
      • M. Boella (DG TREN)
  • What skills will be needed for “information analysis”
      • J. Baute (IAEA)

(Coffee break: 10:45 – 11:00)

 

  • SSAC / R&D / Operators Perspective
      • B.Ryazanov (IPPE - Russia)
      • R. Berndt (JRC-IPSC)
      • C. Jorant (AREVA)

 

(Information exchange on the desired characteristics for staff (inspectors, technical professionals, managers)).   Who are the people that the presenting agency will want to recruit?  What is their subject matter expertise?  What skills/education/attributes will enhance success?  From what fields did they come?  How will the skills, education, experience required for the future be different?  Are new career paths emerging?

 

  • Situation of the "New Comers"
        • …   (UAE)

(Buffet lunch offered by JRC) 

 

 

14:00 – 16:00  Session 2 (three parallel sessions) —How Well Are These People Being Educated/Trained?

 

Current and planned programs and infrastructures to attract, recruit, and train the next generation of international safeguards experts for jobs at the labs, and the IAEA (e.g., post docs, internships, fellowships, university outreach)

 

Three parallel roundtable or panel discussions on:

  • Education in international safeguards and nonproliferation
    • Chairmen: E. Martikka (ESARDA)/ B. Kirk (ORNL)
      • M. Rosenthal (BNL)
      • E. Sokova (CNS)
  • Training and professional development
    • Chairmen: R. Berndt (JRC-IPSC) / M. Van Sickle (NNSA)
      • J.M. Crete
  • Educational approaches and learning tools

Chairmen: M. Olsson (DG TREN) / J. Essner (LLNL)

P. Hypes (LANL)

 

 

 

(Coffee break: 16:00 – 16:30)

 

 

 

 

16:30 – 17:45 Session 3 (plenary) – Summary about the three parallel sessions: conclusions and actions to be taken.  

Chairmen: P. Frigola / D.Lockwood / W. Janssens

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Dinner offered by JRC: 19:30) 


Day Three: Friday 4th September 2009 

 

9:00 – 10:30  Session 4 — How Well Are We Attracting These People?

Chairmen: P. Daures  (JRC-IPSC)/ D. Eppinhauer (ORNL)

 

Challenges and Opportunities in Attracting Professionals into the International Safeguards Field

 

 

      • Y. Kuno (JAEA- Japan)
      • M. Boella (DG TREN)
      • S. Pepper (BNL)
      • V. Pitel ( FAAE – ROSATOM)

 

 

(Coffee break: 10:30 – 11:00)

 

11:00 – 12:30 Session 5 — How Well Can We ensure the Sustainability?

Chairmen: P. Peerani (JRC-IPSC)/ E. Wonder (NNSA)

 

 

  • Enhancing the Supply of Future Safeguards Professionals (Internships, mobility schemes, Grants/Fellowships/ Research projects);
      •  Carrie Mathews (PNNL)
      • K. Van der Meer (ESARDA)
  • Training/education facilities and nuclear infrastructures;
      •  Mark Leek (PNNL)
      • P. Daures (JRC – IPSC)
  • Perspectives on Safeguards Career Path(s) of the Future
      • J.M. Crete (IAEA)
  • Joint  and collaborative Activities:
    • Twinning (concept of bilateral collaborations /exchange)
    • Establishing mutual Recognition of modules/courses …
    • Regional approaches
      • P. de Regge (ENEN)
 

 

(Buffet lunch offered by JRC) 

 

 

 

 

13:45 – 15:30 Session 6 —What Have We Learned? What More Needs to Be Done?

Chairmen: W. Janssens (JRC-IPSC)/ J. Murphy (NNSA)

 

Critical Lessons-Learned/Gaps in Current and Planned Activities/Good Models for Future Consideration 

 

 

(Coffee break: 15:30 – 15:45)

15:30- 17:00 Session 7 — What should be the Next Steps towards an Enhanced Collaboration?

Chairmen: P. Frigola (JRC)/ D. Lockwood(DOE)

 

Such as:

  • A collaborative working group to collect education and training materials, record lessons-learned in educational programs, and consider identifying core curriculum elements for “safeguards certificate” programs at the university level
  • Establishing a clearinghouse for hosting (and refreshing) education and training materials
  • Joint training activities and facilities

 

 

17:00     Close-Out