Non-ops initial waves
This training program is dedicated to the first wave of managers and engineers, from their recruitment to starting their job.
The first wave of managers and engineers in non-ops on a new site under construction must be trained as soon as possible to be ready for commissioning. EDF proposes this 20-week training program on its Campuses. The trainees will be able, while following the course, to make on-site training on the contiguous nuclear power plants.
The training goes as follows:
- International training for non-operation engineers - Process knowledge: general overview of the operation of a nuclear power plant, including operating on Mistral simulator.
- International training for non-operation engineers - Engineering knowledge: legal framework and strategic framing service of maintenance.
Pre-requisites: Recruited engineers (level7 of the IFQ), the trainees should follow the Generic Nuclear Fundamentals and/or Job Academy Common Knowledge prior to this training.
- MISTRAL basic principles simulators
- Mock-ups, equipment workshop, and radiation protection workshop
Applicable technology: Phases 1 and 2 of the training are designed for PWRs. Phase 3 is available for all technologies and phase 4 might be tailored taking into account future equipment to be installed on the new NPP.
Duration: 20 weeks at an EDF Nuclear Campus
Max number of trainees per course: 24