SKEMA with its partners Université Côte d’Azur (UniCA) and Politecnico di Milano (PoliMi) gathers on 18 June in Nice and online with the representatives of the European Commission DG-INTPA, DG-RTD Euratom and DG-JRC, along with the European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (OECD-NEA), and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), to discuss the project ambition, goals and expectations.

SENSSEtt – Strengthening European Nuclear Safety and Safeguards Education training & tutoring is a 3.9 million EUR project co-funded by the EU Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (EU-INSC), aims to pool effective nuclear Safety and Safeguards culture through education, innovative training and tutoring.  

A need for capacity building in operations and regulation for nuclear facilities

SENSSEtt primarily provides the nuclear sector industry and regulating institutions within the INSC framework, with certified Master-level University Diplomas to equip graduates and professionals with knowledge, skills and capabilities in Leadership and Management through the consolidation of the three innovative programmes:

Leadership for Safety in Nuclear Operations

Decommissioning Management and Leadership for Safety

Safeguards Training and Education

Ensuring long-term impact through the creation of a Global Network in Nuclear Leadership for Safety and Safeguards

SENSSEtt also aims to foster the sustainability of the programmes as well as knowledge transfer through a global network of the relevant stakeholders whose expertise, commitment and resources are leveraged to contribute to the debate and the practice. SENSSEtt thus provides leadership to strengthen the international network of academics and experts and the complete safety and safeguards stakeholder value chain to continuously enhance the capacity in nuclear soft skills in line with the needs of the main nuclear actors.

Left to right: Maria Moracho Ramirez, Xhensila Tafaj, Sefana Roulon, Carla-Olivia Krauss, Xavier Pinsolle, Catherine Thomas, Yoann Guntzburger, Marco Enrico Ricotti, Karima Abidat, Pierre Daniel, Cristina de Salvo, Evelyne Rouby, Renata Kaminska, Barbara Villa.

Who is part of the SENSSEtt project?

Academic Institutions
– SKEMA Business School, SKEMA – Coordinator
– Université Côte d’Azur, UniCA
– Politecnico di Milano, PoliMi

Key Contractors
– J Repussard Conseil, JRC
– Institut national des sciences appliquées de Toulouse, INSA Toulouse
– European Nuclear Education Network, ENEN  
– Joint Research Centre Experimental Labs, EU-JRC   

EU Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation – INSC/2023/452-992.

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