Training Course organized from September 24 to 28
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The five-day International Training Course on Nuclear Security concluded at the Pakistan Centre of Excellence for Nuclear Security (PCENS) on Friday.
The PCENS in collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) organized an “International Training Course on Regulatory Authorization for Nuclear Security during the Lifetime Stages of Nuclear Facilities” from September 24 to 28, 2018.
Participants from different countries including Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Sudan and Thailand underwent training along with trainees from Pakistan.
International Training Course on Nuclear Security was organized by PCENS in Collaboration with IAEA
The Chairman Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority Zaheer Ayub Baig inaugurated the training course. The inauguration ceremony was also attended by diplomats from the Embassies of the participating countries.
The PCENS over the years has evolved into an internationally recognized training centre in the field of nuclear security and physical protection. During his 2016 visit to PCENS, the IAEA Director General appreciated the quality and diverse range of training programmes offered by PCENS. The centre is equipped with state of the art laboratories and other modern training facilities in various disciplines.
Pakistan accords the highest priority to nuclear security. Its national nuclear security architecture has evolved over the years and is at par with international standards. Pakistan has developed the significant capacity of its institutions for imparting nuclear security training to domestic and international participants.