Introducing safety culture and its application to the nuclear field
The first edition of the courses ended November 12th 2019!!
Now you can enroll in the second permanent edition, all the courses have already started. The access to the courses for registration is shown below. This edition won´t have support from the teaching team, but will remain indefinitely in order to give sustainability to this learning initiative.
The first edition of these MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) were part of the courses offered and funded within ANNETTE project, coordinated by ENEN (European Nuclear Education Network), and funded by Euratom, a complementary research and training programme for nuclear research and training within Horizon 2020 European Research Projects.
This second permanent edition of the courses is an in-kind contribution of Tecnatom and UNED to the sustainability of the first edition.
These courses are conceived as a first contact with the safety culture in all areas to continue, then, deepening in more specific concepts in the nuclear field. In order to establish a good safety culture and nuclear safety culture, aligned leadership is necessary. All these aspects will be worked in a dynamic, different and participative way, in which collaborative learning will be a key aspect.
The structure of this offer includes three independent nano MOOCs (called NOOCs).
“MOOCs Introducing Safety Culture and its application to the Nuclear Field”
- Risk management
- Safety culture concepts.
- Organizational Culture for safety
- Safety I to Safety II.
- Nuclear Energy differentiating characteristics.
- Basic Philosophy of Nuclear Safety.
- How my work affects safety.
- Evolution of the concept “Defence in Depth ´´
- Evolution and types of leadership
- Leadership for safety
- Leadership for nuclear safety
- What is safety culture? No specific requirements are needed
- Understanding nuclear Safety Culture: Basic knowledge about nuclear technology, that may be attained using the glossary of nuclear terms available in the three NOOCs
- Developing leadership for safety: No specific requirements are needed
Advanced open online learning communities based on multimedia content, engaging activities, automatized tests and online interaction in an international environment. Courses are delivered on the platform OPEN UNED.
Dates of the first edition
First edition opened October 1st 2019 and ended November 12th 2019
First edition opened October 9th 2019 and ended November 12th 2019
First edition opened October 15th 2019 and ended November 12th 2019
In the first edition of the NOOCs the satisfactory completion of each NOOC led to a free badge and/or the payment of a credential. In addition, it was possible to obtain an academic certificate of 1 ECTS, issued by UNED, when successfully completing the three NOOCs. Free academic certification was offered to the first 20 participants filling the application form to attend courses of the ANNETTE Pilot Course Programme.
In the second edition, when successfully fulfilling the course you may earn a free badge and/or pay for a credential.
- Director. Mercedes Alonso Ramos. Assistant lecturer in Nuclear Engineering. UNED
- Codirector. Fernando González González. Head of Leadership and Safety Culture. Tecnatom
- Javier Sanz Gozalo. Professor of Nuclear Engineering. UNED
- David Abarca Ahijado. Director Safety Culture and Leadership Consultant. Tecnatom.
- Álvaro Pablo Muñoz Rodrigo. Nuclear training specialist. Tecnatom
- Ángeles Sánchez-Elvira Paniagua. Senior lecturer. UNED. Digital Educational Technology
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We highly thank those advertising this initiative within the nuclear sector, but as well towards professionals from other industries (especially high-risk industries), as well as master students of nuclear and other technical studies, to gather a varied audience to enhance global networking and a collaborative learning experience. These courses allow a research study and its dissemination is crucial for achieving massive participation from the main target groups.