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1. National position
ModulesTotalhoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module NP01

Key aspects of the concept of “National position”

660Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson NP01.1

The importance of the national position

22
1.2

Lesson NP01.2

Key considerations of the national position

22
1.3

Lesson NP01.3

The structure and organization of activities on the national position development

22
2

Module NP02

IAEA recommendations in the area of “National position”

88Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson NP02.1

IAEA Safety Standards

22
2.2

Lesson NP02.2

The main stages of the infrastructure arrangement

33
2.3

Lesson NP02.3

Recommendations for the development of strategic plans for staffing

33
3

Module NP03

Development of strategic plans for the national position development

1010Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson NP03.1

The main factors to be taken into account in thenational position development

22
3.2

Lesson NP03.2

Establishment of the authority responsible  for formulating the national position in the country

22
3.3

Lesson NP03.3

Establishment of a nuclear legislation in the country

22
3.4

Lesson NP03.4

The responsibility of the state to the population and the international community for the peaceful and safe use of atomic energy and the protection ofnuclear facilities and materials

22
3.5

Lesson NP03.5

National policies and security strategy

22
4

Module NP04

Scientific, technical and economic feasibility of nuclear power development

1010Oral questioning
4.1

Lesson NP04.1

Energy systems planning

33
4.2

Lesson NP04.2

Nuclear energy planning and visions of optimalsustainable national nuclear energy system

33
4.3

Lesson NP04.3

Selection of the optimal national nuclearinfrastructure providing long-term regulation and control of the nuclear power programme of the country

44
 Final examination202Written test
 Total:3634 
2. Nuclear safety
Serial No.Name of the sections and topics

Total,

hours

Including full-timeForm of Control
lecturespractice
1

Module NS01

The basic principles of development of nuclear industry and nuclear and radiation safety

66Oral questioning
1.1Lesson NS01.1 The basic principles of development of nuclear industry and nuclear and radiation safety66
2

Module NS02

IAEA standards and Russian standards for nuclear safety

1212Oral questioning
2.1Lesson NS02.1 Hierarchy, structure and contents of standards of IAEA44
2.2Lesson NS02.2 Hierarchy, structure and contents of the Russian standards44
2.3Lesson NS02.3 IAEA Standards SSR-2/1 (2012) and NS-R-1(2000) in application to WWER technology44 
3

Module NS03

The concept of defense in depth and its implementation in the WWER technology

1212Oral questioning
3.1Lesson NS03.1 Levels of defense in depth conception44
3.2Lesson NS03.2 Physical barriers44
3.3Lesson NS03.3 Protection of physical barriers44 
4

Module NS04

Assessment of safety level of the NPP. Structure and contents of safety analysis reports

12102Oral questioning
4.1Lesson NS04.1 IAEA Standard GSR-422
4.2Lesson NS04.2 Assessment of adequacy of implementation of defense in depth conception321
4.3Lesson NS04.3 Deterministic safety analysis22 
4.4Lesson NS04.4 Probabilistic safety analysis22 
4.5Lesson NS04.5 Structure and contents of the safety analysis report321 
5

Module NS05

Deterministic safety analysis

66Oral questioning
5.1Lesson NS05.1 The concept and the list of the postulated initial events22
5.2Lesson NS05.2 Categorization of initial events and acceptance criteria22
5.3Lesson NS05.3 Methods and computer codes for the analysis of initial events22 
6

Module NS06

Safety and design of the NPP with WWER

14113Oral questioning
6.1Lesson NS06.1 The general principles and decisions provided in the design431
6.2Lesson NS06.2 Safety classes22
6.3Lesson NS06.3 Safety systems431 
6.4Lesson NS06.4 Specific safety issues in the NPPs design431 
7

Module NS07

Quality management, human factor and safety culture. Designer’s service of manufacturing, mounting, tests and operation of the equipment and systems of reactor unit

862Oral questioning
7.1Lesson NS07.1 Specifics of quality management of a construction of the NPP321
7.2Lesson NS07.2 Reliability of a human factor and safety22 
7.3Lesson NS07.3 Importance of safety culture development321 
 Final Examination22Written test
 Total72639 
3. Management
#ModulesTotal hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module MGT01

The concept of IMS for NEP

660Oral questioning
1.1.

Lesson MGT01.1

Concept of IMS for NEP. Practical methods of establishing and implementation of IMS at NEP organization. Requirements of the IAEA safety standards and guidelines GS-R-3, GS-G-3.1 and GS-G-3.5

22
1.2.

Lesson MGT01.2

Process approach. Core processes of nuclear organization

22
1.3.

Lesson MGT01.3

Establishing and implementation of IMS at NEP organization

22
2

Module MGT02

Practical methods of IMS implementation for NEP

25214Oral questioning
2.1.

Lesson MGT02.1

Development of core, supplementary and managerial processes for IMS

56412
2.2.

Lesson MGT02.2

Implementation of processes in nuclear organization

5441 –
2.3.

Lesson MGT02.3

Approaches to integration of management subsystems into IMS

541
2.4.

Lesson MGT02.4

Safety management as part of IMS

541
2.5.

Lesson MGT02.5

Management of resources

33
2.6.

Lesson MGT02.6

Evaluation of IMS effectiveness and efficiency: practical aspects and recommendations

22
3

Module MGT03

The model of management system continuous improvement.

420Oral questioning
3.1.

Lesson MGT03.1

The best world-wide practice in IMS implementation for nuclear industry

22
3.2.

Lesson MGT03.2

Russian experience in IMS implementation at organization involved in nuclear energy development program

22
 Overall assessment101Written test
 Total duration36315 
4. Funding and financing
Modules

Total,

hours

Including

Form of

control

lecturespracticepractice
11

Module FF01

The main aspects of the national nuclear power programme development. Nuclear fuel: review of the market and world prices, cost projections

752Oral questioning  
1.1

Lesson FF01.1

Primary conditions: the resources of the country, long-term contracts, geopolitics, strategic partners

22
1.2

Lesson FF01.2

Transmission facilities infrastructure, projections, assessment of the extent of nuclear programme and economy of scale. The cost of nuclear fuel management

211
1.3

Lesson FF01.3

Costs of nuclear fuel management. Overview of the market and world prices for nuclear fuel. Forecasts of nuclear fuel costs and examples of their indexing

321
2

Module FF02

The NPP construction cost

651Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson FF02.1

Structure of CAPEX

33
2,2

Lesson FF02.2

Methodology for CAPEX assessment. Review of the world prices

321
3

Module FF03

Analysis of cost effectiveness for investment project of NPP construction

642Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson FF03.1

Basic terms: net present value, payback period, discounted payback period

22
3.2

Lesson FF03.2

Methodology for cost effectiveness analysis

422
4

Module FF04

Project financing schemes. Contractual schemes for NPP construction

431Oral questioning
4.1

Lesson FF04.1

The most common methods of

financing the NPP construction projects

22
4.2

Lesson FF04.2

Types of contracts for NPP construction, examples

211
5

Module FF05

Project cost management: methodology, theory and practice

651Oral questioning
5.1

Lesson FF05.1

Cost management methodology of the investment project

33
5.2

Lesson FF05.2

Practical issues of creation and operation of the cost management system for NPP construction

321
6

Module FF06

The most common scenarios for NPP decommissioning. Cost estimates for NPP decommissioning

422Oral questioning
6.1

Lesson FF06.1

Common scenarios of NPP decommissioning

211
6.2

Lesson FF06.2

Analysis of NPP decommissioning costs

211
7

Module FF07

Financial support for the safe operation of nuclear power plants and the decommissioning of nuclear power units

22
7.1

Lesson FF07.1

Formation and the expenditure of targeted reserves funds by operators: legal framework, main directions of reserves spending, specifics of  reserves spending

22
8Final examination11Written test
Total362610
5. Legislative framework
Serial No.Name of the sections and topics

Total,

hours

Including full-timeForm of Control
lecturespractice
1

Module 01

Introduction to the Nuclear Law

440oral questioning
1.1Lesson 1 Introduction to the international nuclear law, international organizations22
1.2Lesson 2 Main international instruments in the field of the nuclear law and their application22
2

Module 02

Non-proliferation of nuclear weapon, IAEA safeguards and fundamental documents in the field of nuclear safety and security

550oral questioning
2.1Lesson 1 Basic documents governing the matters of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons2,52,5
2.2Lesson 2 Basic conventions governing the issues of nuclear safety and security2,52,5
3

Module 03

Development of nuclear projects. Construction of nuclear facilities. Obligations and liability of the operator

550oral questioning
3.1Lesson 1 Legal regulation of the activities in the field of implementation of nuclear energy projects33
3.2

Lesson 2 Legal status of the operator

 

 

22
4

Module 04

Transportation of radioactive materials and export control

44oral questioning
4.1Lesson 1 Legal Regulation of transport of radioactive materials1,51,5
4.2Lesson 2 Export control (nuclear export and dual-use products)2,52,5
5

Module 05

Civil liability for nuclear damage. Insurance

541oral questioning
5.1Lesson 1 International regimes of civil liability for nuclear damage. Perspectives3,52,51
5.2Lesson 2 Insurance1,51,5
6

Module 06

Radioactive waste management. Decommissioning of nuclear facilities

55oral questioning
6.1Lesson 1 Radioactive waste management system33
6.2Lesson 2 Decommissioning of nuclear facilities22
7

Module 07

Notification and rendering of help in case of a nuclear accident

33oral questioning
7.1Lesson 1 Conventions in the field of notification and rendering of help. Practical application of the provisions of the conventions33
8

Module 08

Russian experience of the legal regulation

55oral questioning
8.1Lesson 1 System of federal laws and subordinate acts of authorities in the field of the nuclear law, as well as several general legal rules not directly associated with the nuclear law.55
9Final Assessment101Written test
 Total36342 
6. Safeguards
Serial No.Modules

Total,

hours

Including full-timeForm of Control
lecturespractice
1

Module SG01

Introduction

22oral questioning
1.1Lesson SG01.1 Introduction22
2

Module SG02

Infrastructure development for implementation of IAEA Safeguards

43.50.5oral questioning
2.1Lesson SG02.1 Infrastructure development for implementation of IAEA Safeguards43.50.5
3

Module SG03

Legal framework of the IAEA Safeguards application in a State

220oral questioning
3.1

Lesson SG03.1 Legal framework of the IAEA Safeguards application in a State

 

22
4

Module SG04

The Additional Protocol to a Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement

43.50.5oral questioning
4.1Lesson SG04.1 The Additional Protocol to a Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement220
4.2Lesson SG04.2 Other Protocols21.50.5
5

Module SG05

Administrative and technical issues related to the obligations of the IAEA and newcomer countries under the “Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement”

65.50.5oral questioning
5.1Lesson SG05.1 Administrative issues to be taken into account in developing the infrastructure of IAEA Safeguards implementation in a customer country.43.50.5
5.2Lesson SG05.2 A state authority responsible for the IAEA Safeguards implementation220
6

Module SG06

Nuclear material control and accounting – conceptual approach

440oral questioning
6.1Lesson SG06.1 The State System of Accounting for and Control of Nuclear Material (SSAC).220
6.2Lesson SG06.2 The IAEA concept on nuclear material accountancy220
7

Module SG07

Preparation of accounting documents for the IAEA (Code 10)

220oral questioning
7.1Lesson SG07.1 Preparation of accounting documents for the IAEA (Code 10)220
8

Module SG08

Documents to be agreed upon by the IAEA for Safeguards application at a nuclear fuel cycle facility

440oral questioning
8.1Lesson SG08.1 Documents to be agreed upon by the IAEA for Safeguards application at a nuclear fuel cycle facility440
9

Module SG09

Technical issues of the IAEA Safeguards application at NPP

440oral questioning
9.1Lesson SG09.1 Technical issues of the IAEA Safeguards application at NPP440 
10

Module SG10

Equipment and instruments used by IAEA inspectors at NPP in the course of inspections (two lessons)

220oral questioning
10.1Lesson SG10.1 Equipment and instruments used by the  IAEA inspectors at NPP in the course of inspections110 
10.2Lesson SG10.2 Containment and Surveillance Measures as  complimentary measures for verification activity110 
9Final Examination101Written test
 Total3632.53.5 
7. Radiation protection
ModulesTotal hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
0Entry test101Written test
1

Module RP01

Radiation safety and protection, basic concepts, terminology and definitions. Dose functional. Radiation risks

761Oral questioning
01.1.

Lesson RP01.1

Terminology in the radiation safety of ICRP and IAEA documents, the national terminology system at the example of radiation safety in the Russian Federation

22
01.2.

Lesson RP01.2

Exposure situations (planned, existing and emergency). System of dosimetric quantities in radiation safety

22
01.3.

Lesson RP01.3

Assessment of risks associated with exposure. Comparative evaluation of industrial risks

321
2

Module RP02

Rationing in radiation safety. The legislative and regulatory framework in the field of radiation safety. The main legislative acts of normative legal regulation of the nuclear energy safe use on the example of the Russian Federation

981Oral questioning
02.1.Lesson RP02.1

Rationing principles in radiation safety for different exposure situations
22
02.2.Lesson RP02.2

Nuclear facilities, the possible classification. Sources of radiation hazards at the nuclear facilities
22
02.3.Lesson RP02.3

The structure of the legislative and regulatory framework in the field of radiation safety in the Russian Federation
321
02.4.Lesson RP02.4

Major challenges of the legislative and regulatory framework development in the field of radiation safety
22
3

Module RP03

The basic organizational principles of radiation safety. Interaction of the state, government and regulators in the development of the energy programme. State guarantees in the field of radiation safety ensuring

981Oral questioning
03.1.Lesson RP03.1

Organizational principles of radiation safety ensuring
22
03.2.Lesson RP03.2

The interaction of the state, government and regulators in the development of the energy programme
221
03.3.Lesson RP03.3

The system of emergency management in the field of nuclear energy use
541
4

Module RP04

Methods of assessing and forecasting the radiation situation. Radiation monitoring. The automated monitoring systems. Scientific and technical support to ensure radiation safety

871Oral questioning
04.1.

Lesson RP04.1

Methods for assessing and forecasting the radiation situation

321
04.2.

Lesson RP04.2

Methods and means of radiation monitoring

2
04.3.

Lesson RP04.3

The scientific and technical support to ensure radiation safety

3  
5Final examination22Written test
6Total36288 
8. Regulatory framework

 

Training modules

Number of academic hours
1Module 1.  International practices. IAEA approaches. 
1.1Global nuclear safety regime. The IAEA safety standards. 
1.2Safety infrastructure. 
1.3Establishing the safety infrastructure for nuclear power program (under IAEA document SSG-16). 
1.4Regulatory Framework. 
 Control of knowledge on Module 1.4
 Total on Module 118
2Module 2. Regulatory infrastructure of the Russian Federation. 
2.1Legislative and governmental basis for nuclear and radiation safety regulation. 
2.2Regulatory basis. 
2.3Regulatory authority (Rostechnadzor). 
 Control of knowledge on Module 2.4
 Total on Module 218
3Module 3. Establishing the Regulatory Framework. 
3.1Introduction. Safety Fundamentals. 
3.2.Governmental, Legal and Regulatory Framework for Safety. 
3.3.The Management System for Facilities and Activities. 
3.4.Application of the Management System for Facilities and Activities. 
3.5.Organization and Staffing of the Regulatory Body for Nuclear Facilities. 
 Control of knowledge on Module 3.4
 Total on Module 322
4Module 4. Managing Regulatory Body Competence 
4.1.Competence management 
4.2.A Competence Model for the Regulatory Body 
4.3.Systematic Competence Analysis 
4.4.Methods for acquiring Competence 
4.5.Considerations for embarking states 
 Control of knowledge on Module 4.4
 Total on Module 414
 Total:72
9. Electrical grid
Modules

Total

hours

IncludingForm of control
LecturesPractice
1

Module EG01

Lesson EG01.1

Stages and chronology of work on the development of electricity networks for NPP integration to the power system and characteristics of the existing state of the region and power system (or its part) connection to NPP

31.51.5Oral questioning
2

Module EG02

Lesson EG02.1

Perspective development of power system (or its part) connection to NPP

52.52.5Oral questioning
3

Module EG03

Lesson EG03.1

Development of options for the NPP scheme of power distribution
321Oral questioning
4

Module EG04

Lesson EG04.1

Methods of calculation of electric modes for the developed options of power distribution scheme
31.51.5Oral questioning
5

Module EG05

Lesson EG05.1

Method of technical and economic comparison of the options of power plants distribution scheme
321Oral questioning
6

Module EG06

Lesson EG06.1

Method of calculation of short-circuit currents for the recommended option of power distribution scheme
321Oral questioning
7

Module EG07

Lesson EG07.1

Method of static and dynamic stability calculation for the recommended option of power distribution scheme
321Oral questioning
8

Module EG08

Lesson EG08.1

Analysis of reactive power balance. Amount of reactive power sources and reactive power compensation means
321Oral questioning
9

Module EG09

Lesson EG09.1

Analysis of existing systems of relay protection and automatic control of power grid in normal and emergency modes
211Oral questioning
10

Module EG10

Lesson EG10.1

Requirements to the basic technical solutions on equipping power grids and power plants with power system relay protection and automatic controls in normal and emergency conditions
31.51.5Oral questioning
11

Module EG11

Lesson EG11.1

Requirements to the basic technical solutions on equipping the power plant with frequency separation automatics. Circuit of power supply to a fully shut-down power plant
211Oral questioning
12

Module EG12

Lesson EG12.1

Requirements to a structural diagram of technological information acquisition and communication to the system operator and NMC (Network Management Center) of grid operators
3.51.52Oral questioning
13

Module EG13

Lesson EG13.1

Requirements to the  concept of electrical connections of electrical grid of 110 kV and more for the recommended mode of power distribution of NPP

1.510.5Oral questioning
14Conclusion. Final examination:202Written test
15Total362115
10. Human resources development
Modules

Total

hours

IncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module HRD01

The basics for generating staffing needs for new nuclear power programmes. The Russian and international experience

642Oral  questioning
1.1

Lesson HRD01.1

The organizational structure and staffing of the NEPIO

11
1.2

Lesson HRD01.2

The organization and staffing of the regulatory body

11
1.3

Lesson HRD01.3

The organization and staffing of the operating organization

211
1.4

Lesson HRD01.4

The organization and staffing of the TSOs

211 
2

Модуль HRD02

Training of professionals in the higher (university) education system

440Oral  questioning
2.1

Lesson HRD02.1

The organization of educational programmes in national universities

11 
2.2

Lesson HRD02.2

Interaction with the university education system of the vendor country of nuclear technology

22 
2.3

Lesson HRD02.3

International cooperation in theeducational sphere

11 
3

Module HRD03

Organization of HRD system

16106Oral  questioning
3.1

Lesson HRD03.1

The system for qualifications improvement and staff development

211 
3.2

Lesson HRD03.2

Training cadre at the NPP construction stage

211 
3.3

Lesson HRD03.3

Training cadre for the operating organization

642 
3.4

Lesson HRD03.4

Training cadre for the TSOs

642 
4

Module HRD04

Integrated training center

853Oral  questioning
4.1

Lesson HRD04.1

Goals, tasks, structure and the programme for developing a training center

211 
4.2

Lesson HRD04.2

Development of learning materials and technical aids

321 
4.3

Lesson HRD04.3

Organization of the training process

211 
4.4

Lesson HRD04.4

Estimation of the costs of creation of a training center

110 
5Final examination202Written test
 Total:362115 
11. Stakeholder involvement
NoModules

Total

hours

Including

 

Form of control
lecturespractice
1

Module SI01

Basic elements of SI

862Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson SI01.1

International and national requirements and recommendations for SI

22
1.2

Lesson SI01.2

Outline of SI programme

22
1.3

Lesson SI01.3

General approaches to the SI strategy and plan development

22 
1.4

Lesson SI01.4

Practical exercise “Stakeholder matrix”

2 2 
2

Module SI02

Organization’s activities in the area of  SI

532Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson SI02.1

NEPIO, Owner/Operator and Regulator functions, roles and responsibilities for SI

11
2.2

Lesson SI02.2

Activities at the various stages of the nuclear power implementation programme.

11 
2.3

Lesson SI02.3

Risk management of the SI programme implementation.

11
2.4

Lesson SI02.4

Practical exercise “Development of the strategy and general plan for SI”

2 2
3

Module SI03

Methods and instruments for   SI

963Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson SI03.1

SI principles

11
3.2

Lesson SI03.2

Methods and instruments of involvement

22
3.3

Lesson SI03.3

Collaboration between the newcomer and vendor countries

11
3.4

Lesson SI03.5

Youth involvement

11
3.5

Lesson SI03.5

Russian experience

22
3.6

Lesson SI03.6

Practical exercise “Methods and instruments of involvement”

2 2 
3.7

Lesson SI03.7

Practical exercise “Youth involvement”

1 1 
4

Module SI04

Risk communication

431Oral questioning
4.1

Lesson SI04.1

Hazards and risks associated with the nuclear power

11
4.2

LessonSI04.2

Risk perception and public acceptance of risks

11
4.3

Lesson SI04.3

Public communication on the risks associated with the nuclear power

11
4.4

Lesson SI04.4

Practical exercise: “Risk communication”

1 1 
5

Module SI05

Information center

422Oral questioning
5.1

Lesson SI05.1

Information center goals and structure

11
5.2

Lesson SI05.2

Methods and instruments used in the information center

11
5.3

Lesson SI05.3

Practical exercise “Visit to Information Centre”

22
6

Module SI06

SI during public consultations  for the site selection process and NPP construction

422Oral questioning
6.1

Lesson SI06.1

SI in the site selection process, public debates and hearings.

11
6.2

Lesson SI06.2

Communication with the international organizations and neighboring countries.

11
6.3

Lesson SI06.3

Practical exercise “Scenario for public hearings”

22
7Final examination22Written test
 Total:362511 
12. Site and supporting facilities
ModulesTotal hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module SSF01

Nuclear legislation related to siting: international regulations and Russian standards

1414Oral questioning
01.1.

Lesson SSF01.1

Siting criteria for NPP construction

22
01.2.

Lesson SSF01.2

Siting phases related to  NPP construction

44
01.3.

Lesson SSF01.3

Selection of probable sites and evaluation of their suitability for NPP construction and operation

44
01.4.

Lesson SSF01.4

Regulatory documentation used for selection of site for NPP construction

44
2

Module SSF02

Licensing aspects of activities related to selection of sites for NPP allocation and construction

2424Oral questioning
02.1.Lesson SSF02.1

Basic principles of State safety regulation when utilizing nuclear energy at NPPs.
66
02.2.Lesson SSF02.2

Licensing procedures common for all kinds of activities
44
02.3.Lesson SSF02.3

Specific features of licensing related to siting activities for NPP allocation and construction
66
02.4.Lesson SSF02.4

License formalization
44
02.5Lesson SSF02.5

Compliance monitoring of issued licenses
44
3

Module SSF03

Existing experience of sites feasibility study for NPP construction in the framework of international and Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation projects

2424Oral questioning
03.1.Lesson SSF03.1

Site evaluation concept in Russia and abroad. Basic principles and approaches to implementation
44
03.2.Lesson SSF03.2

Examples of international projects of Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation and selection of related sites for NPP construction
66
03.3.Lesson SSF03.3

Examples of Russian projects of Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation and selection of related sites for NPP construction
66
03.4.Lesson SSF03.4

Interaction experience with regulators of RF and countries allocating NPPs in their territory
44
03.5Lesson SSF03.5

Differences and similarities of international and Russian projects  related to siting for NPP construction
44
4

Module SSF04

Work with the public and the economics

88Oral questioning
04.1.

Lesson SSF04.1

Social and economic aspects of siting

22
04.2.

Lesson SSF04.2

Social and economic environment of future NPP in the siting phase

22
04.3.

Lesson SSF04.3

Economic specific features of siting for NPP construction

44  
5Final examination22Written test
6Total72702 
13. Environmental protection
ModulesTotal hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
0Entry test101Written test
1

Module EP01

Environmental impact of a nuclear power plant at different stages of lifecycle

871Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson EP01.1

The concept of environment and types of  anthropogenic impacts on the environment

22
1.2

Lesson EP01.2

Basics of environmental management

22
1.3

Lesson EP01.3

NPP impact on the environment during site selection, construction, operation and decommissioning

431Oral questioning
2

Module EP02

Legislative and regulatory framework in the area of environmental protection

981Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson EP02.1

International conventions and standards on environmental protection

33
2.2

Lesson EP02.2

Environmental legislation: world best practices

33
2.3

Lesson EP02.3

The essential structure of legislative and regulatory acts in a country  that develops nuclear power

321Oral questioning
3

Module EP03

Defining powers, responsibilities and liabilities of organizations regarding environmental protection

871Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson EP03.1

Formation of the state system of environmental protection management: world practices

33
3.2

Lesson EP03.2

Responsibilities and liabilities of NPP operator with regard to environmental protection

33
3.3

Lesson EP03.3

Environmental rights of the stakeholders and interaction with governmental bodies and NPP operator

11
3.4

Lesson EP03.4

Issues demanding attention when allocating powers, responsibilities and liabilities in the area of environmental protection

1,50,51Oral questioning
 

Module EP04

Procedures and instruments of environmental control

871Oral questioning
 

Lesson EP04.1

Licenses and other permissions

2
 

Lesson EP04.2

Environmental impact assessment (EIA)

33
 

Lesson EP04.3

Environmental monitoring

11
 

Lesson EP04.4

Environmental management system in accordance with ISO 14001

211Oral questioning
 Final examination22Written test
 Total:36297 
14. Emergency planning
Serial No.Modules

Total,

hours

IncludingForm of Control
lecturespractice
 Introduction to the training course11
 Lesson EP00.1 Review of the Course on Emergency Preparedness and Response110 
1

Module EP01

Basics of radiation protection of the public, personnel and emergency workers in nuclear or radiological emergency

651Oral questioning
01.1.Lesson EP01.1 Basics of Radioactivity and Physical Dosimetry11
01.2.Lesson EP01.2 Basics of Radiation Protection Dosimetry11
01.3.Lesson EP01.3 Basics of Radiation Safety of Humans11
01.4.Lesson EP01.4 Health Effects Observed in Past Emergencies11
01.5.Lesson EP01.5 Lessons Learned from Past Emergencies11
01.6.Lesson EP01.6 Self-testing in Emergency Preparedness (practical exercise)22
2

Module EP02

International requirements on preparedness and response for a nuclear or radiological emergency

770Oral questioning
02.1.Lesson EP02.1 Assistance of the IAEA to Member States in Emergency Preparedness and Response11
02.2.Lesson EP02.2 International Requirements on Emergency Preparedness and Response in GSR Part 3 and GSR Part 722
02.3.Lesson EP02.3 Framework of Emergency Preparedness and Response11
02.4.Lesson EP02.4 Generic Criteria for Radiation Protection of Humans in Emergency Exposure Situation11
02.5.Lesson EP02.5 Assessment of Emergency Conditions11
02.6Lesson EP02.6 Strategy of Radiation Protection of the Public in Emergency Exposure Situation11
3

Module EP03

Framework of emergency preparedness

871Oral questioning
03.1Lesson EP03.1 Governmental Infrastructure for Emergency Preparedness and Response11
03.2.Lesson EP03.2 Classification of Facilities, Territories and Emergency Planning Zones on the Base of Safety Assessment11
03.3.Lesson EP03.3 Siting of NPP and Establishment of Emergency Facilities and Locations11
03.4.Lesson EP03.4 Intervention Criteria and Protective Actions: Russian Approach and International Recommendations11
03.5Lesson EP03.5 Software Tools and Methods Used for Emergency Preparedness211
03.6Lesson EP03.6 Planning Emergency Preparedness and Response11
03.7Lesson EP03.7 Plans and Procedures for Emergency Response11
4

Module EP04

Framework of emergency response

1064Oral questioning
04.1.Lesson EP04.1 Basics of Concept of Operation in Response to Radiological or Nuclear Emergency11
04.2.Lesson EP04.2 Concept of Operation for Response to Radiological Emergency at Facilities and Territories in EPC IV and III11
04.3.Lesson EP04.3 Concept of Operation for Response to Nuclear Emergency at Facilities and Territories in EPC I, II and V11
04.4.Lesson EP04.4 Emergency Response Organizations: Roles and Coordination11
04.5.Lesson EP04.5 Technical and Software tools Used in Emergency Response11
04.6.Lesson EP04.6 Communication with the Public, Mass Media and the IAEA During Radiation Emergency11
04.7.Lesson EP04.7 Tabletop Exercise (practical exercise)44
5

Module EP05

Development of nuclear energy infrastructure element «Emergency preparedness and response»

330Oral questioning
05.1.Lesson EP05.1 Establishing the Safety Infrastructure for a Nuclear Power Programme11
05.2.Lesson EP05.2 IAEA considerations in emergency preparedness and response for a state embarking on a nuclear power programme11
05.3.Lesson EP05.3 Phase Approach to Development of Capabilities and Arrangements for Emergency Preparedness and Response in Embarking State11
6Final Examination101Written test
 Total36297 
15. Nuclear security
ModulesTotal hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractices
01

Module NuSec01

Role of State and IAEA recommendations in development of national nuclear security infrastructure and State’s regime of physical protection of NM and NF

220Oral questioning
01.1

Lesson NuSec01.1

Major elements of nuclear security infrastructure, recommended by IAEA

1
01.2

Lesson NuSec01.2

State’s PP regime and specifics of its application at new  nuclear power production facilities

1
02

Module NuSec02

Threat assessment on the State and facility levels

22Oral questioning
02.1

Lesson NuSec02.1

Main characteristics of potential adversaries, their motivation and capabilities, important for threat assessment

11 
02.2

Lesson NuSec02.2

Role of the State’s competent authority in the threat assessment and DBT development in defining requirements to PP of a NF

11 
03

Module NuSec03

National plan on nuclear security infrastructure and PP regime development and its stages

22Oral questioning
03.1

Lesson NuSec03.1

Development and implementation of national plan on development of nuclear security infrastructure within the frame of the national nuclear power program

11 
03.2

Lesson NuSec03.2

Interface between components of national nuclear security infrastructure and requirements for PP of NM and NF

11 
04

Module NuSec04

Legal and regulatory framework of the State’s regime of PP of NM and NF

22Oral questioning
04.1

Lesson NuSec04.1

Development and realization of legal and regulatory framework of the State’s regime of PP of NM and NF

11 
04.2

Lesson NuSec04.2

Role and main functions of the State’s competent authority, responsible for realization of legal and regulatory framework of the State’s regime of PP of NM and NF

11 
05

Module NuSec05

Russian norms and regulations, suggestions on use of Russian best practices of PP of NM and NF. Comparison with experiences of other States

22Oral questioning
05.1

Lesson NuSec05.1

Basic provisions of Russian and some other State’s nuclear security norms and regulations and IAEA guidance

11
05.2

Lesson NuSec05.2

Practices of application of PP systems and measures at Russian nuclear power production facilities

11
06

Module NuSec06

Designing, operation and evaluation of effectiveness of PP system, including roles of the regulating and operating organizations

431Oral questioning
06.1

Lesson NuSec06.1

PP system requirements for a new nuclear facility at different phases of its life cycle, including construction and commissioning

11
06.2

Lesson NuSec06.2

Assignment of responsibilities on application of nuclear security measures between the State’s competent authority and operating organization at a NF.

11
06.3

Lesson NuSec06.3

Main functions of PP system of a NF: detection, delay, response.

11
06.4Lesson NuSec06.4. Practical exercise “Preparation of initial requirement data for designing of a PP system of a NF”11
07

Module NuSec07

Safety and security culture as a major factor of sustainability of nuclear power generation

321Oral questioning
07.1

Lesson NuSec07.1

Human reliability for safety and security provision: practices and criteria

11 
07.2

Lesson NuSec07.2

Importance of security culture and steps of its development in nuclear newcomer States

11 
07.3

Lesson NuSec07.3

Practical exercise on discussion of attributes and criteria of nuclear security culture at a NF

11 
08

Module NuSec08

Preventive and protective measures against insider threat for different categories of personnel and their application at NF

321Oral questioning
08.1

Lesson NuSec08.1

Specific attributes of an insider adversary

11 
08.2

Lesson NuSec08.2

Preventive and protective measures against theft of NM and sabotage, taking in account the insider threat

11 
08.3

Lesson NuSec08.3

Practical exercise on classification of potential insider at a NF by their authority and access rights

11 
09

Module NuSec09

Computer and information security at nuclear facility and nuclear industry levels

22Oral questioning
09.1

Lesson NuSec09.1

Provision of computer security as one of main parts of security plan of NF

11 
09.2

Lesson NuSec09.2

Protection of confidential information, related to NM, technologies and security systems at a NF

11 
10

Module NuSec10

Nuclear security measures, related to storage, utilization and transportation of NM, and their evaluation in training and force-on-force exercises. Interface between accounting and control measures and PP of NM

44Oral questioning
10.1

Lesson NuSec10.1

Nuclear security requirements for nuclear transports: international instruments and IAEA guidance

11
10.2

Lesson NuSec10.2

Russian practices of application of security measures for transportation of fresh and irradiated nuclear fuel, including international shipments

11
10.3

Lesson NuSec10.3

PP measures under on-site transportation of NM

11
10.4

Lesson NuSec10.4

Interface between NMAC and PP systems at a NF

11 
11

Module NuSec11

Application of IAEA nuclear infrastructure assessment methodology to the nuclear security element at all phases of nuclear power program development

431Oral questioning
11.1

Lesson NuSec11.1

IAEA methodology of phase-by phase assessment of national nuclear power infrastructure at all phases of its development

11
11.2

Lesson NuSec11.2

Assessment criteria for status of nuclear security component as an element of national infrastructure of nuclear power program

11
11.3

Lesson NuSec11.3

Practical exercise on formulation and discussion of assessment criteria of nuclear security infrastructure status

111
12

Module NuSec12

Visit of a training center for practical demonstration of nuclear security systems and measures, including detection and response at customs and borders

413Oral questioning
12.1

Lesson NuSec12.1

Visit of a training center for practical demonstration of nuclear security systems and measures, including detection and response at customs and borders

413
 Final examination404Written test
 Total362511 
16. Nuclear fuel cycle
ModulesTotalhoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module NFC01

Nuclear Fuel Cycle

660Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson NFC01.1

Open and closed nuclear fuel cycles

2
1.2

Lesson NFC01.2

The approaches to form nuclear fuel cycles

4
2

Module NFC02

Nuclear Fuel Cycle

20191Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson NFC02.1

Mining and milling

4
2.2

Lesson NFC02.2

Conversion

4
2.3

Lesson NFC02.3

Uranium enrichment

2
2.4

Lesson NFC02.4

Nuclear fuel manufacturing

51
2.5

Lesson NFC02.5

The organization of nuclear fuel supply

4
3

Module NFC03

Nuclear Fuel Cycle

880Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson NFC03.1

SNF transportation

4
3.2

Lesson NFC03.2

Interim and long-term SNF storage

4
Final examination202Written test
 Total:36333 
17. Radioactive waste management
No.ModulesTotal, hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module RW01

Sources of RAW and its classification in Russia and some other countries with well-developed nuclear power industry, as well as IAEA

220Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson RW01.1

Sources of RAW and its classification in Russia and some other countries with well-developed nuclear power industry, as well as IAEA

220
2

Module RW02

Rules and regulations of RAW and SNF management in Russia. State system of accounting and control of RS and RAW. IAEA guides and recommendations

220Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson RW02.1

Rules and regulations of RAW and SNF management in Russia. State system of accounting and control of RS and RAW. IAEA guides and recommendations

220
3

Module RW03

Regulatory issues in RAW and SNF management

220Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson RW03.1

Regulatory issues in RAW and SNF management

220
4

Module RW04

Key principles of national concepts of RAW and SNF management in Russia and some foreign countries

220Oral questioning
4.1

Lesson RW04.1

Key principles of national concepts of RAW and SNF management in Russia and some foreign countries

220
5

Module RW05

RAW management at operating nuclear plants

220Oral  questioning
5.1

Lesson RW 05.1

RAW management at operating nuclear plants

220
6

Module RW06

Project designs of RAW management systems for a new generation of NPPs with  VVER-1200/TOI reactors

 

220Oral  questioning
6.1

Lesson RW06.1

Project designs of RAW management systems for a new generation of NPPs with  VVER-1200/TOI reactors

220
7

Module RW07

Management concept of RAW generated in decommissioning of nuclear facilities

220Oral  questioning
7.1

Lesson RW07.1

Management concept of RAW generated in decommissioning of nuclear facilities

220
8

Module RW08

Concepts of radioactive waste final disposal

220Oral  questioning
8.1

Lesson RW08.1

Concepts of radioactive waste final disposal

220
9

Module RW09

Special aspects and key technologies of NPP SNF management

220Oral  questioning
9.1

Lesson RW09.1

Special aspects and key technologies of NPP SNF management

220
10

Module RW10

 SNF wet storage technology

220Oral  questioning
10.1

Lesson RW10.1

SNF wet storage technology

220
11

Module RW11

SNF dry storage technology. Preparation of SNF for transfer to dry storing

220Oral  questioning
11.1

Lesson RW11.1

SNF dry storage technology. Preparation of SNF for transfer to dry storing

220
12

Module RW12

Technical requirements for casks for RAW and SNF storage and transportation

220Oral  questioning
12.1

Lesson RW12.1

Technical requirements for casks for RAW and SNF storage and transportation

220
13

Module RW13

Transport of radioactive material

330Oral  questioning
13.1

Lesson RW13.1

Transport of radioactive material

330
14

Module RW14

Requirements for RAW and SNF transportation facilities

110Oral  questioning
14.1

Lesson RW14.1

Requirements for RAW and SNF transportation facilities

110
15

Module RW15

Existing SNF processing technology

220Oral  questioning
15.1

Lesson RW15.1

Existing SNF processing technology

 

220
16

Module RW16

Provision of physical protection in RAW and SNF management

 

220Oral  questioning
16.1

Lesson RW16.1

Provision of physical protection in RAW and SNF management

220
17

Module RW17

Emergency response to hazardous radiological situations in RAW and SNF management

220Oral  questioning
17.1

Lesson RW17.1

Emergency response to hazardous radiological situations in RAW and SNF management

220
 Final examination202Written test
 Total36342 
18. Industrial involvement
ModulesTotal hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module II01

International requirements on industrial involvement and quality management

440Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson II01.1

Overview of the AEA documents containing the basic principles of industrial involvement, recommendations for the development and implementation of quality management programmes. A description of best practices

220
1.2

Lesson II01.2

The ISO 2000 standards. The integrated management systems

220Oral questioning
2

Module II02

Quality management in the ROSATOM

651
2.1

Lesson II02.1

Principles of safety for nuclear facilities. Main types of NPPs and their equipment

110
2.2

Lesson II02.2

The stages of NPP construction. The need for goods works and services. The composition and consistency of supply process

110
2.3

Lesson II02.3

Life cycle of products supplied to NPP

110
2.4

Lesson II02.4

The ROSATOM organizational activities for quality management. Development and implementation of the quality management system at NPPs under construction

321
3

Module II03

Localization of the supply of goods, works, and services

440Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson II03.1

Cooperation in the process of phased construction of NPP units

110
3.2

Lesson II03.2

Planning, research, industrial and construction organizations of the countries-buyers

110
3.3

Lesson II03.3

The ROSATOM Unified Industrial Procurement Standard (UIPS)

220
4

Module II04

Industrial involvement and procurement procedures

330Oral questioning

 

4.1

Lesson II04.1

Main principles of design, manufacturing and supply of equipment

 

2

 

2

 

 

4.2

Lesson II04.2

Interaction between the customer and the supplier during the procurement procedures

11
5

Module II05

Technical tour at JSC “Atomenergoremont”

Methods and practices used by JSC “Atomenergoproekt” for industrial involvement

550Oral questioning
5.1

Lesson II05.1

Methodology for selection and approval of the list of subcontractors

210
5.2

Lesson II05.2

Adaptability to the requirements of the Russian legislation concerning NPP construction with the help of subcontractors

110
5.3

Lesson II05.3

Practical experience of JSC “Atomenergoproekt” in the involvement of local industry (for example the construction of the Kudankulam NPP, Novovoronezh NPP, Novovoronezh NPP-2, and NPP “Akkuyu”)

220
6

Module II06

Technical tour at JSC “Atomenergoremont”

Maintenance, repair and reconstruction of NPP.

440Oral questioning
6.1

Lesson II06.1

Maintenance, repair and reconstruction of NPP. The determination of the extent of repair work, arranging delivery of spare parts and equipment, planning and execution of repairs

220
6.2

Lesson II06.2

Training of technical staff

110
6.3Licensing of works and production activities in the nuclear industry and the energy sector110
7

Module II07

Technical regulation in the nuclear industry and practical  examples of application of normative documents

752Oral questioning
7.1

Lesson II07.1

Legislation on technical regulation in the framework of international agreements. The legislation of the Russian Federation on technical regulation and use of atomic energy. Stages of NPP construction

110
7.2

Lesson II07.2

Mechanisms to ensure the quality of goods, works, and services during the procurement procedures. Initial technical requirements Current control of the supply agreement execution. Quality control of goods (equipment) in the process of manufacturing

321
7.3

Lesson II07.3

Acceptance of goods and equipment. The types of input controls

211
7.4

Lesson II07.4

The conformity assessment and the inconsistencies management

110
 Final examination303Written test
 Total36306
19. Procurement
ModulesTotal hoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module PCT01

International recommendations in the field of procurement for NPP construction. Russian legal and regulatory framework in the field of procurement. Regulatory control of procurement for NPP

440Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson PCT01.1

Review of the IAEA documents, comprising the basic principles for procurement of goods, works and services for NPP construction; the use of various mechanisms for quality assurance of supplies

220
1.2

Lesson PCT01.2

Review of Russian legislation regulating procurement: № 44-FZ (Federal contract system); № 223-FZ, the antitrust law. Purpose, structure of the Procurement Standard of the State Corporation “Rosatom”

220
2

Module PCT02

International experience in conducting of procurement for construction of the first NPP

431Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson PCT02.1

Overview of features of conditions and construction process of the first NPP in Vietnam, India, Iran, China, Turkey and Finland

220
2.2

Lesson PCT02.2

Features of the international experience in organization and conduct of procurement for construction of the first NPP

211
3

Module PCT03

Procurement activities

13112Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson PCT03.1

Objectives and principles of procurement activities, management of procurement activities. The content of procurement

110
3.2

Lesson PCT03.2

Parties involved: the controller, regulatory bodies, the customer, organizer, supplier. Their functions, interaction during the procurement process, responsibility

220
3.3

Lesson PCT03.3

Variety of procurement methods and additional elements of the procurement procedures

330 
3.4

Lesson PCT03.4

Sequence of the procurement process (overview): identification of needs, planning, conducting, determination of the winner, the conclusion of the contract

110
3.5

Lesson PCT03.5

Units for organization and support of procurement activities. Procurement Commission. Experience of Russian NPP

312
3.6

Lesson PCT03.6

Features of the conduct of procurement process at each stage, taking into account the applicable procurement method

330
4

Module PCT04

Supply quality management

1293Oral questioning
4.1

Lesson PCT04.1

Review of mechanisms and methods of supply quality management at all stages of the procurement process and performance of the supply contract

220
4.2

Lesson PCT04.2

Features of the practical application of the mechanisms and methods to ensure the supplies quality. Input control. Non-conformances management

1073
5Final examination303Written test
6Total36279 
20. Nuclear Energy Planning and Technologies Assessment
ModulesTotalhoursIncludingForm of control
lecturespractice
1

Module NEP01

Objectives and tasks of nuclear energy planning and the necessary conditions for its implementation

660Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson NEP01.1

Motivation of nuclear power development and need for formation of a  vision of the optimal sustainablenational nuclear power system in the country’s energy system

22
1.2

Lesson NEP01.2

Analysis of the basic elements of the country infrastructure, required for implementation ofnuclear energy planning, including the national position, and the level of the  legal and educational systems development, etc.

22
1.3

Lesson NEP01.3

Objectives of nuclear energy planning and establishment of an organizational structureresponsible for nuclear energy planning and providing this structure with qualified personnel

22
2

Module NEP02

Study of the feasibility and expediency of nuclear power programme implementation

66Oral questioning
2.1

Lesson NEP02.1

Need for energy planning as a preliminary stage ofnuclear power planning. Economic and social objectives of planning and the data required for modeling

22 
2.2

Lesson NEP02.2

Analysis of the country’s power demand and power supply options based on the energy planning tools distributed by the IAEA

22 
2.3

Lesson NEP02.3

Financing of energy projects and recommendations for the development of strategic plans

22 
3

Module NEP03

Assessment of nuclear power technologies to run the first NPP units of the national programmes

1212Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson NEP03.1

Methodology and methods of nuclear energy systems (NES)  assessment in terms of compliance with the  requirements of sustainable development

22  
3.2

Lesson NEP03.2

Specification  of the basic data needed for the NES Assessment (NESA): description of  design, specification of the necessary technical and economic characteristics of NPP, and analysis of competitive environment

22  
3.3

Lesson NEP03.3

Methods and algorithms for the assessment of NESusing the criteria of sustainable energy supply

44  
3.4

Lesson NEP03.4

NESA results’ analysis and documenting

22  
3.5

Lesson NEP03.5

Experiences in the implementation of NESA by theIAEA member states

22  
4

Module  NEP04

Development of the longterm strategy ofnuclear power development as an integral part ofthe nuclear energy planning

1010Oral questioning
4.1

Lesson NEP04.1

Objectives and challenges in the long-term planningof national NES

22 
4.2

Lesson NEP04.2

Establishment of the internationally agreedcomputational and methodological platform forlong-term NES planning

44 
4.3

Lesson NEP04.3

The role of international cooperation in theestablishment of a national nuclear energy system in the long term

22 
4.4

Lesson NEP04.4

Selection of national nuclear infrastructure to ensurethe progress of the national NES by the  sustainable development criteria

22 
 Final examination202Written test
 Total:36342 
21. Metrology Support in Nuclear Power and Industry
ModulesTotalhoursIncludingForm of control
Full-time
lecturespractice
Entry testWritten test
1

Module MESA01

Introduction to metrology.

220Oral questioning
1.1

Lesson MEAS01.1

Introduction to metrology.

22
2.

Module MESA02

International legal metrology.

220Oral questioning
2.1.

Lesson MEAS02.1

International and regional metrological organizations.

11
2.2.

Lesson MEAS02.2

International regulatory documents on metrology.

11
3.

Module MESA03

Assurance of uniformity of measurements in the Russian Federation.

431Oral questioning
3.1

Lesson MEAS03.1

Federal Law “On Assurance of Measurement Uniformity”.

22
3.2

Lesson MEAS03.2

Structure of measurement uniformity assurance system.

11
3.3

Lesson MEAS03.3

Principles of accreditation in the national accreditation system in the field of atomic energy use.

11 
4.

Module MESA04

Assurance of uniformity of measurements in the field of atomic energy use.   

1064Oral questioning
4.1

Lesson MEAS04.1

Particular provisions of the Federal Laws “On the Use of Atomic Energy” and “On the State Atomic EnergyCorporation “Rosatom”.

22
4.2

Lesson MEAS04.2

Metrological requirements for measurements, standards of quantity units, reference materials, measuring instruments, their components, software, measurement  procedures (methods) used in the field of atomic energy use

422
4.3

Lesson MEAS04.3

Regulatory acts on assurance of uniformity of measurements in the field of nuclear energy use

422
5.

Module MESA05

Metrology support of nuclear power plants (NPP) of the Russian Federation.    

16106Oral questioning
5.1

Lesson MEAS05.1

Administrative and organizational structure of NPP metrology support.

11
5.2

Lesson MEAS05.2

Organization of Metrological Support of NPP siting

11
5.3

Lesson MEAS05.3

Organization of Metrological Support of NPP designing

422
5.4

Lesson MEAS05.4

Organization of Metrological Support for development and manufacture of NPP equipment

211
5.5

Lesson MEAS05.5

Organization of Metrological Support of NPP construction

11
5.6

Lesson MEAS05.6

Organization of Metrological Support of NPP operation and decommissioning

642
6.

Module MESA06

Specific features of metrology support of NPPs in USA.

220Oral questioning
6.1

LessonMEAS06.1

Specific features of metrology support of NPPs in USA.

22
Final examination101Written test
 Total:362412