The International Nuclear Education and Training Center Guide to tranig institute’s building lecture hall/meeting room
The Nuclear Training Center is operating its training institute's building and the International Nuclear Education and Training Center in order to efficiently implement the training of professional nuclear workforce at home and the project of supporting international nuclear education and traing.
The Nuclear Training Center
The NTC training institute’s building has one story under and three stories above the ground in which technical courses in nuclear power are offered domestically, with 30 courses in 5 fields of nuclear power/nuclear fuel technology and nuclear reactor experiment and practice in facilities like terraced lecture halls, practice rooms for CNS (Compact Nuclear Simulator) nuclear power generation system operation, NDT room for various types of radiation measurement experiment and practice, computer education room, and multimedia production room.
The International Nuclear Education and Training Center was built in January, 2002 aiming to train international nuclear manpower, exchange nuclear technologies between IAEA members and its revitalization, and to promote cultural exchanges and friendship with foreign trainees. The Atopia Hall has an auditorium, main meeting room, small meeting rooms, main lecture hall, and medium-sized lecture rooms with state-of-the-art audio-visual (A/V) facilities equipped to ensure cyber education centered on lectures.