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atw Vol. 63 (2018) | Issue 5 ı May

Die Jürgen Kircher Medienproduktion

erhielt von RWE den Auftrag

zwischen Februar und Juni 2017

alle Räume zu dokumentieren. Dies

bedeutet, dass in Summe 2.600

HDR Panoramen (ca. 400.000

Einzelbilder) gemacht worden sind.

Nach Abschluss der Arbeiten belief

sich die Daten menge auf etwa 20 TB

RAW Daten.

Seit Mitte 2017 steht der Rückbau

an, der wieder lückenlos dokumentiert

wird. Eine Historie zu jedem

Raum wird im Raumatlas letztendlich

verfügbar sein. Man wird die Möglichkeit

haben, sich jederzeit hochauflösende

Panoramen vor und nach dem

Abbau mit den entsprechenden

Zwischenschritten anzuschauen und

sich ein realistisches Bild von der

Anlage zu machen.

Für die planenden Ingenieure,

Behörden und Gutachtern ist der

Raumatlas ein nicht wegzudenkendes

Werkzeug, welches bei der Planung

Zeit, Geld und Dosis einspart.

ELINDER – European Learning Initiatives

for Nuclear Decommissioning

and Environmental Remediation

Pierre Kockerols, Hans Günther Schneider and Daniela Santopolo

The decommissioning of nuclear facilities is an industrial activity that is expected to grow worldwide, creating

many attractive career opportunities (Figure 1). European industry has acquired know-how and today Europe can

position itself at the top level in the world decommissioning market. However, in view of the expected expansion of the

activities, efforts are necessary to share and enhance the underpinning knowledge, skills and competences and to

ensure the availability of the necessary workforce in the future.

Author

Jürgen Kircher

Medienproduktion

Carl-Zeiss-Str.41

63322 Rödermark Ober-Roden,

Germany

Learning Initiatives for Nuclear

Decom missioning and Environmental

Remediation) and is implemented

from 2018 onwards.

Revised version of

a paper presented

at the Eurosafe, Paris,

France, 6 and 7

November 2017.

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DECOMMISSIONING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT

| | Fig. 1.

The ESSOR experimental reactor at the JRC-Ispra site.

In this perspective, the European

Commission’s Joint Research Centre

(JRC) investigated the opportunities

for stimulating the development,

coordination and promotion of

adequate education and training

programmes at EU level in nuclear

decommissioning.

Building on the existing experiences

available at European level, the

JRC and partners in the EU decommissioning

field have launched a project

to consolidate and improve existing

training programmes to facilitate

their promotion and enhance the

opportunities they can offer. The

overall aim is to raise the interest of

students and professionals and to

stimulate careers in this important

and emerging field, by offering a

modular, attractive set of theoretical

and practical learning opportunities.

Attention is paid to the international

validity of the qualification and

to a sustainable interaction with

interested industrial actors.

The joint training programme

project is called 'ELINDER' (European

1 Introduction

With the expectations of the decommissioning

market and related new

industrial activities over the coming

decades a clear global positioning of

the European Union will be an asset.

In preparation of future decommissioning

programmes, the availability

of qualified and experienced personnel

will be essential and will be

probably one of the most critical

issues to address. For many years, the

European nuclear sector has faced an

increasing difficulty in recruiting and

maintaining staff with the required

expertise. It can be expected that

the decommissioning industry will

face a similar or even more significant

shortage of competent personnel.

In a joint report with the University

of Birmingham [1], the JRC has

investigated the needs for competences

in nuclear decommissioning,

the existing education and training

opportunities and the ways on how to

attract new talent. It appeared that

some learning initiatives were taken

in European countries over the last

years to improve of knowledge, skills

ELINDER – European Learning Initiatives for Nuclear Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation

Decommissioning and Waste Management

ı Pierre Kockerols, Hans Günther Schneider and Daniela Santopolo

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