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Title: Human Resources Development for Sudan Nuclear Power Programme


1
  • Human Resources Development for Sudan Nuclear
    Power Programme
  • Presented by
  • Prof. F.I.Habbani
  • Technical Committee
  • For Sudan NPP
  • Ministry of Energy and Mining

2
Country Profile
  • Area 2.5 million square kilometers
  • Population 40 millions
  • Capital Khartoum
  • Current installed electrical generation capacity
    2.5 GW

3
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Major Features of Sudan Nuclear Power Programme
(SNPP)
  • According to Sudan Energy Plan an addition of
    4400 MW from Nuclear generation should be
    introduced between the years 2020 and 2030.
  • The size of first Nuclear unit will be 600 MW and
    it is planned to be commissioned in the year
    2020.

5
Sudan Power Plan Forecast with Nuclear Option
6
Objectives of HRD Strategy
  • To develop and maintain national human resources
    to successfully manage, operate, maintain, and
    regulate nuclear power facilities.
  • To provide the decision makers with the necessary
    requirements on human resources.
  • To identify and evaluate the required
    competencies during the different phases of the
    project.

7
CURRENT CAPABILITIES
  • The current institutional capabilities of
    organizations related to the NPP include
    Universities, Sudan Atomic Energy Commission
    (SAEC), Radiation Protection Technical Committee
    (RPTC), National Electricity Corporation (NEC)
    and the General Directorate of Energy Affairs
    (GDEA).

8
Universities in Sudan
  • There are more than forty universities
    established by public and private sectors
  • Universities deliver undergraduate and
    postgraduate studies in different disciplines,
    including science, engineering and other
    supportive fields such as computer sciences,
    physics, chemistry and geological sciences.

9
(cont.) Universities in Sudan
  • Nuclear Physics courses are taught in several of
    the national universities.
  • Undergraduate programme in nuclear engineering
    started in 2009 at Sudan University for Science
    and Technology
  • Sudan has lately witnessed a great increase of
    graduates in Science, Engineering Technology.
  • Courses leading to Master degree in Radiation
    Protection, Medical Physics and Nuclear Science
    and Technology at Sudan Academy of Sciences
    (SAS).

10
Statistics on university students in engineering
and science
  • Registered undergraduate students in governmental
    universities in engineering and science in the
    year 2007-8 is 43,980

11
Capabilities of four major stakeholders of Sudan
nuclear power programme
  • These stakeholders are
  • National Electricity Corporation
  • Sudan Atomic Energy Commission
  • Radiation Protection Technical Committee
  • General Directorate for Energy Affairs in the
    Ministry of Energy and Mining

12
National Electricity Corporation (NEC)
  • The NEC has a General Directorate for Human
    Resources training development.
  • The NEC has a Regional Training Centre (RTC) for
    managerial technical training, equipped with
    simulators high level trainers.
  • The RTC runs a comprehensive training programme.

13
Capabilities of the National Electricity
Corporation
Managerial Programmers Engineers
701 16 1,143
14
Capabilities of Sudan Atomic Energy Commission
(SAEC)
  • SAEC runs (under SAS) Master programmes on
  • Radiation Protection.
  • Medical Physics
  • Nuclear Science Technology.
  • The SAEC also runs training courses and on- job
    training in the various nuclear related fields,
    mostly with IAEA support.
  • The SAEC has a well established NDT Training
    Centre.

15
Capabilities of Sudan Atomic Energy Commission
(SAEC)
  • SAEC is planning to establish two research
    reactors 30 kW and 5MW during the next 5 years.
  • The research reactors are expected to play an
    important role in the training of human resources
    for the NPP.

16
Capabilities of Sudan Atomic Energy Commission
Number Academic Degree No.
12 PhD 1
51 Master 2
25 Higher diploma 3
165 Bachelor 4
17
Staffing of the Technical Committee for
Radiation Protection
No. Scientific Title
1 Associate Professor
2 Researcher
9 Assistance Researcher
10 Technologists
22 Total
18
General Directorate for Energy Affairs (GDEA)
  • The GDEA, Ministry of Energy Mining, is
    responsible for designing the human resources
    management system for the various aspects of the
    NPP.
  • Main areas include organization development,
    manpower planning, employees selection
    recruitment and HR training development.

19
Approach to be followed for developing human
resources
  • The approach is based on the following steps
  • Setting up the strategic direction.
  • Designing the human resource management system.
  • Planning the total workforce.
  • Generating the required human resources.
  • Investing in human resource development and
    performance.
  • Assessing and sustaining organizational
    competence and performance.

20
Investigations to determine the needed human
resources
  • The investigations will consider
  • Organization development.
  • Manpower planning.
  • Employee selection and recruitment.
  • Training development.
  • Management development
  • Performance appraisal.
  • Employee rewards.

21
Human Resources Plan of Activities
  • Year 1 Recruitment training of staff for the
    implementation of the NPP (NEPIO).
  • Years 1- 3 Human resources needed will be
    surveyed.
  • Year 2 Design of HR Management System.
  • Years 2-3 Planning of the Total NPP Workforce.
  • Years 2 -12 generating required HR for all
    stages of the NPP, up to commissioning
    operation. Thus, needed human resources will be
    assured.

22
International Cooperation
  • Sudan is exclusively committed to the peaceful
    applications of nuclear energy.
  • Sudan will satisfy the necessary legal framework
    for the successful implementation of its NPP.
  • Sudan looks forward to the cooperation of the
    international community, particularly with IAEA
    for the successful implementation of its HRD
    programmes.

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  • THANK YOU FOR
  • YOUR ATTENTION
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