NI Knowledge Management Seminar
Creating Value from Knowledge #NIKnowledge
Equip yourself and your organisation with top expertise for the effective capture, transfer, and implementation of knowledge
Knowledge Management is vital for the nuclear industry, ensuring competent teams and developing a higher standard of professionalism in the workplace. Following on from the IAEA 3rd International Nuclear Knowledge Management Conference, November, Vienna, attendees will discover the importance of today's global knowledge economy and latest ISO standards development in Knowledge Management, Asset Management, and the revised knowledge requirements for Quality Management.
Latest KM best-practice
Delegates will gain insight from KM experts with global, regulatory, and nuclear industry experience dealing with people, processes, and tools for KM. Hear about practices in similar industries and look ahead to what's next through a series of thought-provoking presentations. Plus, take part in our Nuclear Knowledge Café to listen, share and shape professional and practitioner thinking on key topics.
Who should attend?
Open to all with an interest. This seminar is designed to bring together specialists with decision makers and managers across the field in roles that have a functional element or accountability for Knowledge Management or maintenance of the company knowledge.
If you’re involved in management of people, processes, or tools for KM or in any position where you deal with the capture or transfer of knowledge, this conference will be valuable. It will also interest business planning strategists, IT architects, risk and change management, intellectual learning and skills, Information Management managers and technicians, communicators, and more.
Ideal for companies with staff operating in this field across the nuclear industry or who have plenty of KM expertise and wish to top up with nuclear experience, this conference is not to be missed.
Programme* (click to download):
|08.30-09.00: Registration and networking
||With thanks to our main sponsor
The National Skills Academy for Nuclear
|09.00: Welcome from the Chair
|Session 1: Why Knowledge Management is essential
|Today’s Global Knowledge Economy & importance of
|Ron Young, CEO/CKO.
Knowledge Associates Cambridge
|The IAEA Knowledge Management Programme
||John de Grosbois, Head of NKM Section.
IAEA (Exclusive recorded presentation)
|UK Higher Level Nuclear Skills Initiatives
||Francis Livens, Professor of Radiochemistry and interim Director.
Dalton Nuclear Institute
|Session 2: Regulatory perspectives and KM practices
|ONR’s Expectations of Knowledge Management in Licensees
||John Turner, Head of Regulatory Knowledge and Intelligence Services.
Office for Nuclear Regulation
|Environment Agency Reflection Internal KM Reflections and the
Sharing of Regulator Expectations of Nuclear Operators
|Angela Wakefield, Nuclear Regulator.
|Session 3: How KM is being effective in the capture, transfer, and application of knowledge
|EDF Energy Nuclear New Build: lessons learned in knowledge management
||Melanie Sachar, Hinkley Point C Knowledge Management Lead.
|Rolls-Royce Nuclear Defence Projects: lessons learned in knowledge management
||James Franco, Business Partner.
|Tackling the Age & Skills Gap
||Professor Naval Prinja, Technical Director.
AMEC Foster Wheeler
|Session 4: What’s next? Developing solutions
|What’s Next – AI Technology: How KM is improving the decommissioning
process with intelligent semantic building histories
|Duncan McLean, Managing Director.
|What’s Next – Developing people and process through training products and services
||Dawn Broad, Sales & Marketing Manager.
National Skills Academy for Nuclear
|Nuclear Knowledge Café
|Panel discussion of key questions raised in the Nuclear Knowledge Café
||Chaired by Professor Naval Prinja
*Download the form, fill it in, and email to email@example.com
Limited sponsorship opportunities are available on request at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Young, Knowledge Associates Cambridge Ltd
Nawal Prinja, AMEC Foster Wheeler
Ray Chegwin, Knowledge Transfer Network
Amanda MacMillan, Nuclear Institute
The Knowledge Management Seminar is proudly brought to you by volunteers of The Nuclear Institute.
*as of 17 April 2017, speakers listed are confirmed, however circumstances may occur that prevent participation and could lead to a slight topic alteration.
Upcoming Dates for this event
- Wed 03 May 2017
- Wed 03 May 2017
- Pendulum Hotel, Sackville Street, Manchester