Excellent learning and peer-to-peer networking opportunities with a cross-section of the nuclear industry.
The world’s first certified professional development programme for individuals in nuclear security management.
An extensive archive of information on nuclear security, both from WINS and from external sources.
Helping licensees assess the maturity of their security programme and measure their security culture effectiveness.
The WINS Academy Ambassador Programme provides a vital role to outreach to potentially interested individuals and organisations globally. The outreach activities carried out by Ambassadors are essential for the continued messaging and growth of commitments being made to ensure nuclear and other radioactive materials used for civilian purposes do not fall into harms way and that a strong and proactive nuclear security culture is embedded, supported by increased awareness and knowledge of nuclear security through certification of professionals.
With 32 Ambassadors representing a total of 24 countries, WINS wants to ensure that Ambassadors are supported and can work collectively to achieve commons goals that make a difference within their countries and regions. WINS is committed to the growth of the Ambassador programme and networking opportunities for sharing of experience and lessons learned.
The is the 2nd webinar in a series to be held on enhancing and growing the Ambassador programme. The webinar will give Ambassadors the opportunity to find out more about the new WINS Executive Director, together with ideas that are formulating about the future directions WINS is embarking upon. It will also raise the awareness and importance WINS gives to the WINS Gender Champions Programme. Ambassadors will be encouraged to give their views and the webinar will provide the opportunity for open discussion and collective approach to enhance nuclear security culture and minimize threats and risks.
The webinar was facilitated by Roland Fletcher, WINS Academy Manager and Whitney Kathryn Isaacs, Academy Assistant.
The webinar included the following sessions:
1. Introduction and welcome
2. Presentation by the WINS Executive Director
3. WINS Gender Champions Programme
4. Open discussion – Ambassadors views
5. An Insight into WINS Strategy and Direction
6. Closing remarks
In preparation for the webinar, all Ambassadors were contacted and asked to complete the pre-event survey, to have a comprehensive understanding of Ambassadors ideas, views and opinions.
Registration details were provided separately for all Ambassadors.
Date: 25 March 2021, 16:30 to 17:45 (CET)
Duration: 75 minutes
Recording: The webinar recording is available here.
If you have any questions, please contact: Mehri.Avlyakulova@wins.org
WINS Academy & Communications Manager
|Whitney Kathryn Isaacs|
WINS Academy Assistant