Applications for the Nuclear Risk Communication Training Course (RCTC) are now closed.
Following the first edition of the Nuclear Risk Communication Training Course, the NEA will host the 2023 session in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. This training course will focus on communicating risk on a daily basis. Its aim is to improve the effectiveness of risk communication in order to enhance public understanding.
Over four days participants will interact with communication experts and technical professionals working in nuclear energy organisations to learn the fundamentals of risk communication.
Session 1: Why is risk communication important for nuclear organisations?
Session 2: The art of effective risk communication
Session 3: The techniques, practical implementation and specific challenges
Professionals working in nuclear regulatory organisations, technical scientific support organisations, agencies for radioactive waste management and other related governmental organisations responsible for communicating or engaging with the public and decision makers, about nuclear and radiological risks and associated topics.
Testimonials from course participants:
The programme was excellent content-wise.
Very nice and interesting to meet all leaders and participants at the course! Good to learn from each other!
The big win was to meet and speak with others, that was great.
All lecturers spent their free time with the participants, made an effort in remembering our names, organisations and countries.