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.
WINS is committed to increasing the participation of women in nuclear security at all levels by promoting knowledge exchange, training and professional certification.FIND OUT MORE
Increase female participation at WINS events
Increase female enrolment in the WINS Academy
Increase female subject matter experts at WINS events
Increase the number of female CNSPs and CRSPs
WINS hosts a variety of workshops, training courses, roundtables and webinars annually in locations around the world. All of these events use innovative, hands-on methods – from brief presentations by subject matter experts to small group learning exercises and Interactive polls – that actively engage participants in their own learning.
The requirement to undergo professional development and certification has long played a crucial role in such professions as Law, Medicine, Insurance and Information Technology. The WINS Academy is the world’s first international certification programme for nuclear security management. The programme is based on a core philosophy that views security as a fundamental aspect of risk management and corporate reputation.
WINS hosts workshops, webinars and roundtables throughout the year that give subject matter experts the opportunity to share their knowledge and experience on specific, focused topics.
Certifications are often required of individuals employed in nuclear safety. Until now, however, the same has not been true of nuclear security. WINS offers two streams of certification, the Certified Nuclear Security Professional (CNSP) programme and the Certified Radioactive Source Security Professional (CRSP) programme, that will demonstrate your proficiency in nuclear security and validate your qualifications.
women have earned their designation as CNSPs or CRSPs
of participants in WINS events are women
of WINS members are female
women are enrolled in WINS Academy certification programmes
Meet our gender parity advocates and learn about best practices and lessons learned from their respective institutions and initiatives on how to increase the representation of women and amplify their voices.
Ina Grigalashvili is International Project Manager at the Agency of Nuclear and Radiation Safety - Regulatory Authority of Georgia and a Cer
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