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[en] This project has aimed at development and implementation of nuclear education/training programs and international cooperation for strengthening international human network and basis for export of Korean nuclear R and D technology . Detailed results of the project are summarized below: - Two international education and training programs were developed. Including newly developed program, 9 courses were provided to 180 people. Continued programs were improved reflecting the evaluation results of previous project. - International cooperation in nuclear human resources development including education/training were promoted through 14 activities: strengthening of cooperation with international organizations, networking for nuclear education and training, bilateral cooperation for nuclear human resource development - Education/training infrastructure was strengthened and related facilities were operated: Improvement of 3 education/training facilities/equipment, operation of INTEC accommodating 979 event.
[en] As part of the advancement of education and training system of nuclear R&D personnel, HRD trend research, educational cooperation activities and HRD level assessment were conducted. As a result, we were able to identify the educational needs and judged that we entered into HRD level 5. To improve the quality of education and training, the guideline of SAT education implementation and evaluation, and 13 course profiles were developed. Also, we developed the plan for S-OJT program. and we conducted pilot implementation of learning transfer evaluation to verify the training effectiveness. As a nuclear R&D capacity building program based on KAERI strengthens, 2 courses were developed and 3 courses were operated. For KAERI internal staff members, 46 education and training courses have been implemented under the KAERI-ACE system including the newly developed 7 training courses. To enhance ICT infra for nuclear training and education, we developed the 3 e-learning contents and 3 web-based courses. ICT-based KLMS will continue to work and the KLMS will be improved for the effectiveness of education course management
[en] The purpose of this project is to support 2002-2003 the IAEA project D.4.0.2, facilitating education, training and research in nuclear science and related fields, especially for a feasibility study on the establishment of the Agency sponsored International Nuclear University. Through this project, the abstract principle for a feasibility study on the establishment of the Agency sponsored International Nuclear university, which contains the new concepts and its objectives, principles to achieve the objectives, its curriculum outline and operation system, suggested project activities, was developed and submitted to the Agency. The Korean proposal were presented several times at the IAEA meetings and other international meetings related nuclear human resources development for understanding the necessity of a feasibility study on the establishment of the Agency sponsored international nuclear university with Member States. And the Korean proposal included such as the organization of a worldwide network using information and communication technology among Merber States' research institutes and training/education centers, curriculum outline and operation system of the INU will be produced. Also for further cooperation of the IAEA INU project implementation with the Agency, hosting IAEA INIS mirror site, establishment of the RCA region office, establishment of the INTEC at the Korean Atomic Energy Research Institute, and advanced curriculum of nuclear technology linked with NT, BT, ET, IT were made progress as a part of conceptualizing of the IAEA project
[en] The project, Development/Implementation of Education and Training for Nuclear Human Resource, has concentrated on the systemization and specialization of education and training programs and has actively carried out diverse activities to create new nuclear courses based on the experience of the Nuclear Training and Education Center (NTC) accumulated over the past 50 years. The project has developed and implemented two model programs for the radiation protection to be improved as KAERI brand courses based on the industry-university-R and D institution cooperation to develop nuclear human resource. The model courses showed the enhanced satisfaction rate. The courses will be implemented as regular education and training programs next year. The project has also developed and operated specialized education programs for students from nuclear engineering departments and nuclear related departments in universities, making the most use of experimental equipment and providing practical exercise with the research reactor, HANARO, which are particularly available at KAERI. For building capacity of the KAERI staff members, courses for leadership and management, technical basis and expertise, personal capability and etc. have been developed and offered under the KAERI-ACE program framework, leading to the enhancement of organizational and individual performance. Also education on IT and field trips have been offered for the public to improve their understanding on nuclear activities and related safety. As the final outcome in 2014, the project has developed 6 new education programs for employees in industry and staff training, and also offered 64 courses to 21,993 people including 1,175 industry employees, 165 university students, 20,433 KAERI staff members, 18 government employees and 202 local residents to help them understand nuclear concept.
[en] For the education and training of nuclear industry personnel, some education and training programs based on KAERI’s advanced technologies were implemented. The professional education programs have been developed and implemented for the employees in the nuclear field related to radiation treatment technologies, probabilistic safety assessment, nuclear safety technology, nuclear power plant simulator, and reactor core design. For the development of next generation human resources, the project has developed the specialized education programs for the students from nuclear engineering departments and from radiology and radiopharmacy in universities, making the most use of experimental equipment and providing practical exercise with the research facilities which are particularly available at KAERI. Courses for technical expertise have been developed and offered for building capacity of the nuclear R&D staff members. Nuclear basic courses with field trip have been implemented for residents, the government employees, middle school students and teachers for the public acceptance and understanding on nuclear activities and related safety. Some lecture rooms and a rest lounge in the NTC building have been upgraded to improve the education environment. As the final outcome, the project has developed 4 new education programs as well as 16 new education materials, and also offered 32 courses to 3,196 people including 1,475 industry employees, 161 university students, 369 local residents, and 1,191 KAERI R&D staff members. The project offered the internship program to train 140 university students, 27 people started graduate course and doctoral course in cooperation with universities in 2017
[en] As one of the detailed action strategy of multi object preparedness for strengthening of radiation safety management by MOST, this project was performed, in order to promote the safety culture for user and radiation worker through effective education program. For the prevention of radiological accident and effective implementation of radiation safety education and training, this project has been carried out the development of education model and its evaluation system on radiation safety. In the development of new education model, education course was classified; new and old radiation worker, temporary worker, lecturer and manager. The education model includes the contents of expanding the education opportunity and workplace training. In the development of evaluation system, the recognition criteria for commission-education institute and inside-education institute which should establish by law were suggested for evaluation program. The recognition criteria contains classification, student, method, facilities, teaching material of education course. Furthermore, the education program of employer was introduced for the purpose of promoting the safety mind of employer
[en] The purpose of this project is strengthening of bilateral cooperation with those countries for sharing Korea's technology, and providing of education and training on Korean experience regarding national nuclear policy, technology self reliance, and technology itself, in the field of nuclear power generation and the application of radioisotopes and radiation. This project covers an analysis on the need of nuclear human resource development in countries having interest in the introduction of nuclear power and/or promotion of the use of nuclear energy, and provision of courses on 'nuclear power policy, planning and management' and 'design and operation of nuclear research reactor, and application of radiation technology' along with the country specific needs. Education and training of key members in nuclear energy development from Egypt: It was implemented through bilateral cooperation and support by KOICA program. The first part, which targeted staff members from Egypt Nuclear Commission, was held for 2 months providing a KOICA course on policy, planning and management for nuclear power project, and second part was on the job training in Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power and Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, KAERI respectively. On the job training of 1 scientist from Vietnam was implemented on the basis of bilateral cooperation in a research laboratory on radioactive waste treatment technology, at KAERI. Education and training for scientists from South East RCA countries were carried out for 11 participants from Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, China, Pakistan, Malaysia, Philippines, and Bangladesh. The course dealt with nuclear research reactor and radiation application technology. Development of nuclear education and training programs for key persons involved in nuclear power projects from countries of Middle East: The developed program consists of 15 courses addressing 3 technical levels, i.e. high level policy makers, middle level project implementers, and beginners
[en] In order to program education and training courses on the radiation technologies and to have the WNU RT School to be held in Korea, this project was carried out. It was also done to make a strategy for running the programmed courses, and to build and knit a global network among radiation specialists such as international advisory board, domestic advisory board and steering committee. A plan for the WNU RT School in Korea was made under this project. Curricula in all subjects related to radiation technology and the lecture materials were prepared, which are essential for education and training courses on radiation technologies for next generations. Lecturers were selected among global CEOs and professionals in radiation industries and university professors and radiation specialists. In addition, a global network among radiation specialists such as international advisory board, domestic advisory board and steering committee was built and organized. As a model for the international education and training courses in RT field as well as the other fields, it can be used for making fundamentals of technology exports and promoting Korea's national image in science and technology
[en] Since the Fukushima nuclear accident, the importance of education and training for workers has been emphasized for the sustainable use of nuclear technology. It is necessary that Korea, which is a donor country for education and exports nuclear power plants, brings about standardization and internationalization of domestic education and training in radiation protection training. EDTA mission that is the pre-project phase for hosting P GEC has been concluded to be successful. It secured the favorable conditions to host P GEC and reaffirmed domestic infrastructure for radiation education and training was excellent internationally. This study has modified the curriculum of existing P GEC into Korean P GEC appropriate for domestic circumstances by using infrastructure for domestic radiation protection and safety. All of modifications has been made on the basis of the Sat methodology. With the modified curriculum for Korean P GEC, operation model has been developed for the tracks of certification and master's degree. The short-term pilot P GEC was carried out for checking developed lecture materials, lecturers, equipment, evaluation procedures and operation abilities. It was also confirmed the teaching methods were effective. Therefore, it might be said that infrastructure for the future P GEC operation has been established
[en] In this study, in order to extend NTC/KAERI's international training programs and to share Korean experiences accumulated during last two decades in the field of nuclear policy and project management with the IAEA's Member States, particularly with developing countries, training course curricula on nuclear power policy and planning for decision makers and planners in developing countries were developed jointly with the IAEA. Systematic approach to training (SAT) method applied to the development of curricula. Accroding to analysis of training needs, 15 training modules as well as each content were developed. One is workshop on nuclear energy policy for high-level decision makers in developing countries. The other is training course on nuclear power planning and project management for middle level managers in developing countries. It is expected that these training courses' curricula will be utilized not only for training courses to be held at NTC/KAERI for trainees from developing countries but also as basic technical documents to promote the bilateral technical cooperation programs