Education & Training
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  • KINS established the International Nuclear Safety School (INSS), the first education organization in Asia, in cooperation with the IAEA in 2008. The INSS has developed various education programs to train domestic and foreign expert manpower and using regulatory technologies and the experience which KINS has built up over the past 30 years.
  • In addition, the INSS is making vigorous efforts to help the Korean public to understand nuclear and safety regulations by providing a work-study program for them.
INSS Education and Training Scheme

[INSS Education and Training Scheme]

  • In-house Education and Training Program
    • Training course to cultivate expertise and competency in KINS staff members with regard to safety regulations
    • Training course to enhance the leadership and ethics of KINS staff members
  • International Education and Training Program
    • Professional courses to train foreign regulators in collaboration with international organizations such as the IAEA through cooperation agreements
    • Tailored courses to train Member States of the Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators (ANNuR) and the Forum of Nuclear Regulatory Bodies in Africa (FNRBA) under a bilateral MOU
    • On-the-job training course to train the Member States of the Asian Nuclear Safety Network (ANSN)
    • Capacity-building course to train foreign regulators through the Official Development Assistance (ODA) Program operated by the Korea International Cooperation Association (KOICA)
  • KINS-KAIST International Nuclear and Radiation Safety Master’s Degree Program
    • Professional courses to train foreign regulators in collaboration with international organizations such as the IAEA through cooperation agreements
  • Educational Program for the Public
    • Educational course to provide the public with a work-study program on nuclear and radiation safety regulations
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