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Third Webinar on Competency Framework Development in the ASEAN Region

11 July 2024 - 11 July 2024 Online, Selected Audience

Applications for this event are closed
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Building on the success of our previous webinars, we were thrilled to present the third and final instalment of our engaging series on competency framework development. Our enlightening session was designed to enhance your understanding of competency development, training, and other related aspects of Learning and Development (L&D).

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 organizational objectives, facilitating the organized 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.

In our second webinar, we explored the essential elements of a competency framework and their role in supporting and conducting performance assessments. If you missed it, you can access the main takeaways and watch the recording via the following links:

[Main Takeaways - Webinar 2]

[Recording of the Session - Webinar 2]



  • Plan the Adoption of a Competency Framework: Understand whom to involve, why it's essential, and the costs involved.
  • Develop a Competency Framework from Scratch: Learn the step-by-step process to create an effective framework.
  • Adopt a Competency Framework: Discover a detailed roadmap for successful implementation.
  • Gain Insights from Experts: Hear from subject matter experts who have successfully applied this methodology in organizations working on nuclear security.
  • Interactive Discussions: Engage in discussions and pose questions throughout the webinar.


The target audience of this webinar was a broad spectrum of stakeholders, including delegates who have been attending webinar 1 and 2, 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 included:

  • Attendees from webinars 1 and 2
  • End-users/licensees
  • Regulatory bodies,
  • Other Governmental authorities,
  • Law enforcement agencies,
  • Academia,
  • HR professionals

This session was relevant to other roles within a civil nuclear environment.

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



A recording of the webinar can be found here

Duration: 125 minutes

Language: English

14 :00 – 16:10 ICT (Thailand, Vietnam Laos, Cambodia) (Jakarta, Indonesia)

15:00-17:10 (Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines)

16:00 - 18:10 (Japan, South Korea)

17:00-19:10 (Australia, Sydney)

Contact Information

   Viviana Espinosa Moreno

   Tatjana Todic


Online Event

Selected Audience