Online Dates
29 Apr - 01 May 2024 Online $2,950
04 - 06 Nov 2024 Online $2,950

When we consider climate change, we need to look at the full range of options that can deliver a low-carbon economy. Nuclear energy provides one of these options and is unique. A one or two nuclear reactor plant can make a significant impact in terms of electricity provision in a country.

Nuclear energy projects are large, providing more than 1000 MW of energy and are complex technically and cost and construction. This ETC training course will develop your understanding of the law and policy behind these high-cost and capital-intensive projects. It will enable you to see the role that law plays in managing the industry and ensure you know the project as it interacts with local, national, and international law.

Nuclear energy is an exciting and growing area within the energy sector. The training course will place you at the forefront of new opportunities and engagement on this complex topic.

By the end of this training course, the participants will learn to:

  • International perspectives on the nuclear energy industry
  • Understanding the principles of international nuclear energy law
  • Knowledge of national nuclear energy law and the role of the national nuclear (or energy) regulator
  • The role of law in managing and incentivizing the nuclear energy sector
  • Recognizing the impact of energy law across the planning & development of nuclear energy projects

This online training course will utilize a variety of proven online learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, retention of the information presented. The training course is conducted Online via an Advanced Virtual Learning Platform in the comfort of any location of your choice.

Nuclear energy plays a significant role in meeting the demands of a low-carbon economy. As a result, this course will develop key skills around understanding nuclear energy law at international and national levels. Understanding this issue will enable attendees to understand the impact of building nuclear energy and its role as a competing energy source alongside other pre-existing energy projects.

As such, public and private sector staff will enjoy the module and enable them to become future leaders as knowledge of nuclear energy law and policy and the sector itself are fundamental to having an overall energy education.

This ETC training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Energy Professionals
  • Energy Finance Professionals
  • Emerging Low-Carbon Energy Experts
  • Project Managers and Engineers in the Energy Sector
  • Regulatory Agency Staff in Health, Environment, and Energy
  • Public Sector Staff from Energy, Environmental and Finance Divisions

Training Course Outline

  • Energy & Climate Change: Past, Present, & Future
  • Nuclear Energy in The Energy Transition
  • The Science of Nuclear Energy
  • Nuclear Energy Technologies
  • Planning a Nuclear Energy Project
  • International Nuclear Energy Law
  • Developing National Nuclear Energy Law
  • Understanding the role of the Nuclear Energy Regulator
  • Construction & Management Issues for Nuclear Energy Projects
  • Incentivizing Nuclear Energy through Law
  • Local legislation Development for Nuclear Energy Projects
  • Aligning International, National, and Local Nuclear Energy Law & Policy

The Certificates

The Energy Training Centre e-Certificate will be given to the participants who attend and complete the online training course.