The objective of this module is to raise awareness and understanding of the scope and application of nuclear forensics and its role in a national nuclear security regime and national response plan; support Member States in adopting or developing nuclear forensic capabilities; prepare participants for the IAEA’s human resource development activities; and support organizational training initiatives
The target audience for this module is all individuals with roles and responsibilities in nuclear security (e.g. policy and decision makers, competent authorities, regulatory bodies, law enforcement, intelligence agencies, operators); individuals supporting the development and implementation of a State’s national response plan for nuclear security events; those tasked with raising awareness of nuclear forensics or; responsible for organizing and sustaining capabilities for nuclear forensic analysis and those interpretation in the context of a nuclear security infrastructure.
Duration: 2,5 h | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English| Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: email@example.com
This course explores radiation basics, how to work the basic functions of radiation detection equipment for nuclear security applications, when and how to use them, and how to verify and respond to an equipment alarm.
This course is addressed to front-line officers, border guards, customs officials and law enforcement officers around the world using handheld radiation detection instruments, as well as participants of relevant face-to-face training and other human resource development activities implemented by the IAEA and its Member-States. Interested nuclear facility personnel and the public are also welcome.
Duration: 3 h 30 min | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish | Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This e-learning module is designed to develop learner's understanding of nuclear security threats and risks for material out of regulatory control (MORC), including an introduction to MORC; criminal and intentional unauthorized acts; adversary tactics for acquiring and moving MORC; material for potential threat devices; and risk informed approach.
The audience for this course is intended to include all personnel and organizations with nuclear security responsibilities and functions. This includes, but is not limited to: national security authorities, regulatory bodies, national nuclear security coordinators, law enforcement, customs, intelligence and security agencies, operators, technical support organizations, educational and training organizations, and nuclear security support centres.
Duration: 3 h | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese | Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: email@example.com
This course is based on IAEA guidance documents and provides an introduction to the basic principles of radiological crime scene management. This course examines the process used to ensure safe, secure, effective and efficient operations at a crime scene where nuclear or other radioactive materials are known to be or are suspected of being present.
Participants of face-to-face training and other human resource development activities implemented by the IAEA and its Member-States. Interested nuclear facility personnel and the public.
Duration: 30 min | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese | Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org