Nuclear Security e-Learning Modules
These online training courses are provided by the Division of Nuclear Security to assist States in applying IAEA nuclear security recommendations and guidance. They are based on IAEA nuclear security guidance, and provide an introduction to the basic principles of nuclear security for personnel of nuclear facilities and interested members of the public. It is to support capacity building and knowledge transfer in the nuclear industry, by providing e-learning material but also know how on implementing such solutions in Member States.
[NEW] TRANSLATIONS AVAILABLE IN ALL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES OF THE IAEA*!
*Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish
- Overview of Nuclear Security Threats and Risks [NEW]
- Nuclear Security Threats and Risks: Material and Facilities [NEW]
- Nuclear Security Threats and Risks: Material out of Regulatory Control [NEW]
- Nuclear Security Threats and Risks: Cyber Threats [NEW]
- Preventive and Protective Measures Against Insider Threats [NEW]
- Use of Radiation Detection Instruments for Front Line Officers
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It is possible to complete the e-learning below offline, using a desktop / mobile version of our system (click here for instructions).
Once you have completed the module, you may be directed to a final assessment page, then to a quick feedback form. After all of these steps are complete, you will automatically be directed to the completion certificate page where you can print or save your certificate. If you log onto the same account that you completed the modules, you can access your certificate anytime after you have received it. Here are 3 easy steps to show you how it works.
For any problem related to the access or course content, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Please provide details of your problem with snapshots of your screen for us to be able to help you.)
You can find out more about IAEA's Nuclear Security e-learning in the General Conference 2019 (GC63) presentation.