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Work Packages


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The workplan of ENEN III consists of the Coordination Activities and the Project Management. The Coordination Activities are split into five main Work Packages, with objectives, description of work to be achieved through individual task leading to deliverables defined for each Work Package. The sixth Work Package takes care of the Project Management and the seventh Work Package coordinates with other training networks. 

> Work Package1: Setting training framework (defining qualifications and skills, accreditation structure)

The main objective of the first Work Package is to establish the framework for European Fission training schemes to be implemented. The definition of target groups to be trained will be the first step to be achieved and the role of different consortium partners will be identified.

> Work Package 2: Establishing and running the qualification programme (theoretical part) 

The second Work Package establishes the qualification programmes for the target groups. The main work to be achieved will be compiling and selecting courses, training sessions or seminars for each qualification programme with particular attention to the need for training reactors and plant simulators.

> Work Package 3: Establishing and running the training programme for further developing the required skills (practical part) 

Skills development will be the main objective of Work Package three. This will be done by the establishment of specific training programmes for developing skills for the four target groups. Training programmes for acquiring the necessary skills will be based on the scientific and technical visits, case studies and acquirement of good practices for a limited number of trainees, under the tutorship of confirmed engineers or researchers, on a specific topic.

> Work Package 4: Increasing autonomy of trainees (internships, participation to activities) 

Under the fourth Work Package training achieved under Work Packages 2 and 3 is followed by internships realized by trainees attached to different stakeholders. The objective is to create schemes and procedures confronting the trainees with different policies and cultures of employers in various European Union countries. The topics selected will be realized by the agreement of several chosen stakeholders who will be hosting the trainees.

> Work Package 5: Autonomous conduction of activities by trainees with mentor 

 This fifth Work Package deals with the last phase of the scheme. Its objective for the trainee is to acquire through this phase of the training responsibility, self-confidence and autonomy through on-the-job training. Arrangements will be made for the trainees to conduct autonomous activities under the mentorship of employers and acquire responsibility and be in charge of specific duties.

> Work Package 6: Project management 

Work Package 6 deals with the management tasks of the project, the organisation of project progress meetings and review meetings, the production of progress reports, financial reports and the interactions with the EC for monitoring the project advancement and the distribution of the project resources and funding.

> Work Package 7: Collaboration with other training networks

The objective of Work Package 7 is cross-cutting, whereby the activities undertaken within Work Packages 1 to 5 are coordinated with the education and training working groups of  other relevant EU platforms addressing nuclear fission-energy related activities, specifically the Strategic Nuclear Energy-Technology Platform, the European Nuclear Energy Platform and the Higher Level Group.