Tecnatom provides training services in the nuclear, thermal and renewable energies sectors and the petrochemical, industrial and aerospace industries
The training services offered by Tecnatom are aimed at identifying solutions and improving the results achieved by organisations and facilities, both nuclear and of other industrial types. To this end we apply an approach that guarantees the efficiency of our activities and employ professionals who are highly skilled in their fields of specialisation and committed to achieving the objectives of our clients.
The SAT (Systematic Approach to Training) methodology is the basis that we use when rendering our services for the improvement of situations requiring training solutions. This approach guarantees that proposals for action following the analysis and design stages achieve the results pursued by our clients.
Tecnatom provides training services in the nuclear, thermal and renewable energies sectors and the petrochemical, industrial and aerospace industries.
In order to guarantee that our services ensure the highest levels of quality and are duly updated, we maintain close relations with international organisations that are a reference in the training area, such as INPO, EPRI, WANO, IAEA and ENEN, and participate in benchmarking with organisations such as SSNTA (Southern States Nuclear Training Association) and EDF Energy.
The Tecnatom Nuclear Training services cover a wide spectrum of activities, ranging from integral support in the operation of our clients’ Training Centres to the design and implementation of specific initial and on-going training activities at both operating facilities and for new nuclear projects across the world. Our team of professionals comprises more than one hundred and sixty instructors and supervisors of five different nationalities with specialist skills in Operation, Maintenance, Radiological Protection, Chemistry and Engineering, who work as a team with experts on methodologies and the development of advanced training resources.
Our teams design and implement activities in the training environments best suited to achieving the final objectives. These training environments, which we develop and use for our activities, include classroom-workshop sessions, control room simulators, plant simulators, human factors simulators and a wide range of portable learning simulators for use in the interactive classroom, as well as the virtual campus with material for e-learning and blended-learning sessions.