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    LFA

    This e-learning resource is the output of the IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School in Japan was held at the University of Tokyo in Tokyo and at the venue in Tokai-mura jointly with Japan Nuclear Human Resource Development Network, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, the University of Tokyo, and Japan Atomic Industry Forum. The purpose of this school was to provide a unique international educational experience aimed at building future leadership to manage nuclear energy programmes to promising young professionals from rising developing countries. The presentations and videos cover a range of topics, including Energy Planning and Economics, Nuclear Infrastructure, Nuclear Laws, Safety, Security,  Safeguards (3S), Radiation Risks, Nuclear Power Reactor Technology,  Fuel Cycle and Waste Management,  Knowledge Management. 

    MNRP_5

    Multimedia on Nuclear Reactor Physics has been developed and used by the Spanish Technical University of Catalonia-Barcelona Tech (UPC) for the UPC's master course programme in nuclear engineering, since 2001 and in cooperation with several organizations, including the IAEA.

    The IAEA considers Multimedia on Nuclear Reactor Physics a unique and very valuable learning material. It consists of about 800 slides in four languages; English, Spanish, French and Russian. The figures, animations, tables and equations in the slides enable easier understanding of the nuclear theories. The IAEA endorses to use MNRP as a supplementary material for  professors and lecturers at universities and training centres, but also directly for students to broaden and deepen their knowledge. 

    We recommend that each student, trainee, employee or lecturer should download his/her own multimedia through this space, the registration only requires some information for statistical proposes, but will enable you to get notifications and access to new versions of the material! 

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    Is your country considering nuclear power?

    The IAEA is here to help!

    We have created an interactive e-learning series explaining the IAEA's Milestones Approach to introducing a nuclear power programme. This approach is based on three phases and covers the 19 infrastructure issues that need to be addressed, and brings decades of expertise to life. Both newcomers and those expanding their nuclear power programmes may benefit from the e-learning series.

    This e-learning module provides a brief overview of the basic knowledge management concepts relevant to nuclear field in general and to NPPs in particular. Furthermore the IAEA Nuclear Knowledge Management Programme is presented. The module is meant for self-study and does not foresee any credits, unless decided otherwise by the home organization of the participant. The IAEA NKM web page can serve as the source of the reference literature for the training module. 

    Course details: v.2, ENG, 2h, John de Grosbois, IAEA, personal use only

    LFA

    The Interactive Training Course on Nuclear Knowledge Management (NKM) was created within the IAEA programme on Nuclear Knowledge Management and in co-operation with regional TC Project Strengthening Capabilities for Nuclear Knowledge Preservation.

    This e-learning provides an opportunity for a structured or selective study of material on NKM. Please see the structure of the course.

    The Interactive Training Course on Nuclear Knowledge Management is provided free of charge for the students and the educators at universities and other governmental or non-commercial organizations. Accessing this resource only requires an self-registering for this platform. The project strives to provide more opportunities, resources, and new strategies for nuclear education and training in all countries with existing and newly established nuclear power programmes. 

    Lipar

    This self-tutorial provides insight into the IAEA Operational Safety Review Service OSART. It describes primary objectives of the service, as well as all necessary components to request and prepare for the IAEA review. The e-learning module provides all necessary preliminary information for NPPs and NPP operating organizations to get familiar with the scope of expected work, if OSART is requested. The module briefly describes OSART history and consolidated tendencies based on the findings from the missions conducted by 2015. There are no pre-requirements for accessing the module.

    Module details: v.2, ENG, 1 h 20 min, Miroslav LiparIAEA, 01/2015, personal use only, contact author

    This Module will introduce SPECT physics and clinical imaging.
    It is assumed the participant has a full understanding of basic nuclear medicine applications, radiation safety and other pre-requisites such as human biology

    CTscannerThis module contains two topics : CT principles and cross-sectional anatomy.

    SPECT_CT

    It is recommended you are familiar with the basic principles of SPECT and tomographic reconstruction. The necessary coverage can be found in ' Introduction to SPECT - Understanding SPECT'

    The topics in this course include, SPECT, SPECT/CT and Clinical SPECT/CT

    pet physicsIntroduction to cyclotrons and radionuclide production
    Principles of operation for PET/CT
    Radiation safety for PET

    pet clinEstablishing a clinical protocol
    Clinical applications
    Artefacts and normal variants

    Comprendiendo SPECT,                                                                          

    SPECT de Cerebro y General,

    SPECT de Perfusión Miocárdica

    Este módulo contiene dos temas que pueden ser estudiados en cualquier orden: Principios de TC y Anatomía Seccional.

    Este es el primer módulo de los nuevos materiales del DAT y los alumnos cursando este módulo deben estar ya familiarizados con los principios básicos de SPECT y reconstrucción tomográfica. La cobertura necesaria del tema puede ser encontrada en 'Comprendiendo SPECT' en el área de requisitos previos.

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    Ciclotrón y Producción de Radiofármacos,  Física de PET,  PET/CT Seguridad Radiológica 

    PET/CT Clínico,  Flujo de trabajo y protocolos clínicos,  Artefactos y Variantes Normales 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    ASO

    The Applied Sciences of Oncology (ASO) distance-learning course

    The ASO is a distance-learning course which provides the learner with an introduction to the applied sciences of oncology. It is not intended to replace textbooks. It is designed to supplement textbooks with practical information and examples, and to give an overview of knowledge not easily gained from any one textbook.

    The course will help students prepare for Part I (theory) specialist or board examinations. It has been produced for the IAEA to provide cancer education for doctors and other radiotherapy professionals in countries where there is little currently available. The course covers eight subject areas: [1] Communication, [2] Critical appraisal, [3] Functional anatomy, [4] Molecular biology, pathology and pathogenesis, [5] General patient care, [6] The physics of radiation technology, [7] Radiation biology, and [8] Systemic therapy for cancer. Within each subject there are a number of individual modules that should each take about one hour to complete. The materials include interactive text and illustrations that require students to answer questions before they can progress.

    Students who complete the ASO course are awarded an IAEA 'Certificate of Completion'. The 'Certificate of Completion' is not a specialist qualification. It aims to assist students in acquiring their own profession's qualification. The course was piloted in seven countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

    At present the ASO course is downloadable from the IAEA Human Health Campus website and is available in Moodle format to be hosted by external education and training institutions. 

    Food Irradiation e-learning

      

    This course was produced as an output of the Technical Cooperation Project RAS 5057: “Implementing Best Practices of Food Irradiation for Sanitary and Phytosanitary Purposes”. It was designed for different types of audiences, ranging from members of the general public interested in scientific and technical information about the basics of the food irradiation process to academics, regulators, users of the process and operators of irradiation facilities who may use this course as training material. The number of lessons offered depends on the selected category. Taking all the lessons will prepare for compliance to international standards such as ISO 14470.

    This course is provided free of charge and is meant for self-study. There are no pre-requirements for accessing the course. Accessing this resource only requires self-registering for this platform. The project strives to provide constant update and the addition of resources. 

    Please note that for temporary technical reasons the course is not available for users in China.

    EML

    Este curso proporciona los conceptos básicos sobre el Enfoque del Marco Lógico (EML), la metodología adoptada por el Programa de Cooperación Técnica del OIEA para desarrollar proyectos con altos estándares de calidad. Este curso es muy recomendable para todas las personas involucradas en cualquier aspecto relacionado con proyectos de cooperación técnica, tales como la planificación, la implementación, el monitoreo y la evaluación, principalmente oficiales nacionales de enlace, coordinadores nacionales de los Acuerdos regionales, contrapartes de proyectos y personal del OIEA.

    El curso de EML incorpora un conjunto de pasos analíticos y procesos de trabajo en equipo, que le guiarán para responder a las cuestiones claves en el diseño de un proyecto de cooperación técnica. En este curso usted aprenderá acerca de los conceptos que sustentan el enfoque del marco lógico y los principales pasos en la aplicación de esta metodología en el contexto de la Cooperación Técnica del OIEA.

    LFA

    This certificate course provides the basics on the Logical Framework Approach (LFA), the method adopted by the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme to achieve high quality project standards. This course is strongly recommended for all persons involved in any aspect of TC Projects, from planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation, primarily National Liaison Officers, project counterparts and IAEA staff.

    The LFA incorporates a set of analytical steps and team work processes that guide you through answering the key questions in designing a TC project. In this course you will learn about the concepts underlying the Logical Framework approach and the main steps in the application of this method in the IAEA Technical Cooperation context.

    LFA

    This course provides the basics on the Logical Framework Approach (LFA), the method adopted by the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme to achieve high quality project standards. This course is strongly recommended for all persons involved in any aspect of TC Projects, from planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation, primarily National Liaison Officers, project counterparts and IAEA staff.

    The LFA incorporates a set of analytical steps and team work processes that guide you through answering the key questions in designing a TC project. In this course you will learn about the concepts underlying the Logical Framework approach and the main steps in the application of this method in the IAEA Technical Cooperation context.

    EML

    Este curso proporciona los conceptos básicos sobre el Enfoque del Marco Lógico (EML), la metodología adoptada por el Programa de Cooperación Técnica del OIEA para desarrollar proyectos con altos estándares de calidad. Este curso es muy recomendable para todas las personas involucradas en cualquier aspecto relacionado con proyectos de cooperación técnica, tales como la planificación, la implementación, el monitoreo y la evaluación, principalmente oficiales nacionales de enlace, coordinadores nacionales de los Acuerdos regionales, contrapartes de proyectos y personal del OIEA.

    El curso de EML incorpora un conjunto de pasos analíticos y procesos de trabajo en equipo, que le guiarán para responder a las cuestiones claves en el diseño de un proyecto de cooperación técnica. En este curso usted aprenderá acerca de los conceptos que sustentan el enfoque del marco lógico y los principales pasos en la aplicación de esta metodología en el contexto de la Cooperación Técnica del OIEA.

    VVERA pilot study for consolidating and preserving VVER Reactor Pressure Vessel (RPV) safety related knowledge, which is scattered in many countries and in different languages, facing a serious issue in terms of getting lost.

    This initiative is part of the Practical Arrangement signed between the IAEA and the Institute of Energy and Transport of Joint Research Centre - European Commission (EC-JRC) where a closer cooperation in the development of Multi Media Material for Nuclear Knowledge Dissemination and Education is indicated.

    A 10 multimedia education modules on VVER RPV Integrity Assessment (Expert Modules) was successfully completed. Each Module contains a quiz at the end and has reference courses attached.

    All working papers were collected centrally and stored in a protected database, which is a document database located within Online Data & Information Network (ODIN) of the EC-JRC and managed by the Institute for Energy and Transport.

    You may find also a list of experts involved in the Multimedia Training Course on VVER Reactor Pressure Vessel Embrittlement and a handout.