Session Session V - Knowledge management and the skills gap
One of the prerequisites for ensuring the short- and long-term prospects for new nuclear generation worldwide is the maintenance and augmentation of the key skills needed to build and run nuclear facilities. This session will explore some of the approaches which have been successful in promoting knowledge management, bridging the skills gap, and in modernizing training procedures throughout the nuclear generation cycle.
Chairman: Raul Deju, EnergySolutions
Existing plants or new builds: an HR dilemma? The skilled services resources solution for
Christian Hillrichs, Senior Executive Vice President AREVA NP, Services (Paper | Presentation)
Presented by Gilles Monet, Nuclear Services Communications Director, AREVA NP