The project is be coordinated by the ENEN Association.
Contact: Mr. Peter De Regge
Tel + 33 69 08 34 21 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Management Committee
The project Management Committee consists of the Coordinator, the Work package Leaders and the sub-coordinators for the four training schemes. The Project Management Committee plays a key role in the management and the progress of this project according to time schedule and to the budget allocations. On a regular base to be defined, this Committee organizes regular meetings together with Work Package leaders to evaluate the project progress, prepare the above mentioned meetings and decide on the allocation of project resources when needed. The Committee meets shortly before each of the three plenary project meetings (kick-off, mid-term and final) to prepare the meetings, and once around the 9th and the 27th month to evaluate the progress made, discuss the results, and review the resource allocation and the financial issues. It is expected and intended that all multilateral issues in the framework of the ENEN-III project can be solved between the ENEN members and the external partners in mutual agreement under guidance of the Project Management Committee.
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Work Package meetings
The Work Package leaders have the responsibility of organizing meetings of the parties involved to decide on the distribution of the tasks, the time schedule and the use of the resources allocated to their Work Package. The Work Package partners meets as required. The assistance of ENEN Secretariat can be obtained for the organization of telephone meetings. This type of meetings is encouraged under this Coordination Action with the evident consequence of cost reduction and time saving. On this basis regular and frequent meetings can take place ensuring a better follow up of the project progress and tasks' achievements.
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The ENEN Advisory Board will have been installed under the ENEN-II project and will continue to be consulted in ENEN-III in particular with respect to the development of the European Fission Training Schemes to advise on the needs for higher education and training in the nuclear community (research, regulators, industry, utilities) in quantitative and qualitative terms. The purpose is to keep a good balance between the needs for nuclear education and training and the supply. However, a balanced situation with respect to the needs and supply of education and training is still sterile when facing a shortage of candidates and in the absence of interest of youngsters for the jobs. The Advisory Board together with the consortium will have to seek appropriate ways to advertise careers in the nuclear community and attract a sufficient number of candidates.
Networking under the ENEN-II project in combination with the involvement of the ENEN Association in coordination initiatives launched by the European Commission, in particular the Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform and the European Nuclear Energy Forum provide implicit guidance and feedback with respect to the ENEN Association's activities. The composition of the Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform Working Group on Education, Training and Knowledge Management fits the requirements and terms of reference for the Advisory Board of the ENEN Association and will be asked to assume this role in the future in a more formal framework.
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