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60. Human resources development needed to support safe and sustainable nuclear power. Third International Conference on Human Resource Development for Nuclear Power Programmes: Meeting Challenges to Ensure the Future Nuclear Workforce Capability.
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Basim A. Almayyahi اسم الناشر:
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Third International Conference on Human Resource Development for Nuclear Power Programmes: Meeting C الجهة الناشرة:
Third International Conference on Human Resource Development for Nuclear Power Programmes: Meeting Challenges to Ensure the Future Nuclear Workforce Capability, Gyeongju, Republic of Korea, 2018  
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The need for human resources development programs in the areas of security and nuclear power has become understood. These programs received particular attention at various meetings, conferences, and workshop of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The agency offers a training program in the field of nuclear security of different countries on a regular basis. More than 50 associated IAEA members have expressed their willingness to embark on a nuclear power program. Also, many states already have nuclear power programs. The human resources development capable of supporting the implementation of programs is a significant challenge. It is necessary to qualify human resources in the field of nuclear security to be available at all levels and in all institutions and related facilities. The establishment of nuclear security as an academic approach is a complicated process, and many issues need to reconsider. In this regard, emphasis should place on resource development, such as faculty members and comprehensive educational materials. IAEA emphasized the need for human resources development programs in nuclear security at some IAEA conferences. IAEA emphasized the need for human resources development programs in nuclear security at some IAEA conferences. The IAEA also emphasized the importance of developing nuclear security support centers (NSSC) that would facilitate and improve human resources. NSSC aims to support and facilitate the systematic development of sustainable human resources through the implementation and elaboration of a nuclear security training program based on needs assessment. This center could be a hypothetical center, ensuring the long-term sustainability of nuclear security capabilities in different countries. The IAEA has developed a strategy for various types of short training, such as specialized training courses, to programs leading to a master's degree in nuclear security to sustain and enhance nuclear security. The program consists of two main areas: training and education. It is useful to see this process in a broader context, such as choosing a concept for implementing nuclear security in universities, developing qualifying colleges, developing textbooks and teaching materials, and creating appropriate laboratories. Nuclear power is an essential location for the future of energy, as it will safely provide electricity and transportation fuel products that will be economical, clean and sustainable. The revival of nuclear power promises to be successful in reactivating electricity generation around the world and in helping address concerns about greenhouse gas emissions.