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Second Webinar on Competency Framework Development in the ASEAN Region

17 April 2024 - 17 April 2024 Online, Selected Audience

Applications for this event are closed
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Background

The safe and secure management of nuclear and other radioactive material requires that individuals entrusted with this task possess the necessary qualifications and experience. The responsibility for cultivating this expertise lies with the licensee, who must demonstrate to regulatory authorities the existence of appropriate mechanisms for employee professional development. A competency framework is crucial, providing assurance that the licensee is executing effective measures to maintain the competence of all personnel under regulatory oversight. These frameworks, when well-developed, establish a direct link between individual performance and organisational objectives, facilitating the organised management of training and personal growth. Clearly defined competencies enable staff to discern their career progression, while management gains a structured framework for succession planning.

Purposes

The purposes of this webinar will be the following:

1.       Explore the competency development process, with a focus on preparatory measures for adopting a framework within an organisation.

2.      Break down essential elements within the competency framework and understand their role in supporting and conducting performance assessments.

3.      Gain insights from subject matter experts who have successfully applied this methodology in their organisations.

4.      Hear perspectives from experts in the ASEAN region actively implementing this approach.

5.      Engage in interactive discussions and pose questions throughout the webinar.

Audience

The target audience of this webinar is a broad spectrum of stakeholders, including individuals employed by organisations entrusted with responsibilities related to the safe and secure management of radioactive sources as well as the safe and secure management of research reactor facilities.

The target audience includes:

  • End-users/licensees,
  • Regulatory bodies,
  • Other Governmental authorities,
  • Law enforcement agencies,
  • Academia, and
  • Human resources professionals.

This webinar is relevant to other roles within a civil nuclear environment. Attendees and their organisations may benefit from being accompanied by a human resources lead or another appropriate role holder.

WINS promotes gender equality, diversity and inclusion in all its events. Women and people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to attend this webinar and to contribute to the discussions. 

Process

Date: Wednesday, 17 April 2023

Duration: 90 minutes

Language: English

Time:  9:00 – 10:30 CEST 

14:00–15:30 ICT (Thailand; Vietnam; Laos; Cambodia; Jakarta, Indonesia)

15:00-16:30 (Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines)

16:00-17:30 (Japan, South Korea)

18:00-19:30 (Sydney, Australia)

Contact Information

   Viviana Espinosa Moreno
info@wins.org

   Tatjana Todic
info@wins.org

Venues

Online Event

Online
Selected Audience