Paks II. Ltd. launches an advanced training course in cooperation with six universities. The Paks II. Academy program will be open to participants from September in specialized training for nuclear power plant operation engineer based on undergraduate training. The University of Pécs is also among the prospective training institutions, and a grant agreement was signed on Monday at the Rector's Council Room.
There is a great demand for well-trained professionals everywhere, such is the case in the nuclear industry as well. For Paks II. Ltd. the highly qualified workforce is very important, thatis why the project company started Paks II. Academy which offers a high-quality training program for university students.
Paks II. Ltd. compiled the curriculum in cooperation with the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, University of Pécs, University of Debrecen, University of Pannonia, University of Miskolc and University of Dunaújváros. These six universities start the nuclear power plant operation engineer course with the financial support of Paks II. Ltd., within the framework of Paks II. Academy. Therefore the course is free of charge for the students.
From the six universities cooperating, the University of Pécs was the first the sign the grant agreement enabling the start of the course, by CEO István Lenkei and communications director István Mittler, representing Paks II. Ltd. and rector Prof. Dr. Attila Miseta and chancellor Zoltán Jenei of the University of Pécs.
During the two semesters of the course the students can learn practical knowledge of this energy industry segment: details of the nuclear power plant technology, process of the operation, basis of nuclear safety and safe operation of a nuclear power plant. You can apply for this course starting in Autumn 2019 according to the admission process of the selected university, details of which can be found on the website of the insitution chosen.
The professionals studying nuclear power plant operation engineer course can build their future in such such an industry which will have an important role in the domestic and international energy sector in the coming decades.