Past Events

NIASA Workshop - Port Elizabeth 23 May 2016



NIASA Workshop - Jeffreys Bay 24 May 2016



  • NIASA Workshop: The Road to Nuclear Compliance 8 April 2016 - Register


  • Roundtable Discussion on Nuclear Green Base Load - 30 Oct 2015
  • On July 16, 2015 within the framework of the world renowned POWER-GEN Africa conference, State Nuclear Energy Corporation ‘Rosatom’ will be hosting a workshop entitled ‘Modern Russian Technologies for Thermal Power Engineering in Africa.’ read more...
  • African Utility Week: Clean Power Africa:  CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa - 12-14 May 2015  read more...
  • NWU Short Courses presented by School of Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering - 25-29 May 2015 read more...
  • ATOMEXPO’2015, 7th International Forum - June 1-3, 2015 in Moscow, Gostiny Dvor Exhibition Center read more...
  • WNA Symposium - Park Plaza Westminster Hotel -  9, 10 and 11 September 2015  read more...

  • WNU one-day course: Overview and Key Topics in the - World Nuclear Industry Today
    Pretoria – 2 March 2015
    Port Elizabeth – 4 March 2015
    Cape Town – 6 March 2015
  • Event Presentations

    The main aim of the course is to increase public awareness of nuclear, and to equip participants with a sound understanding of the key issues underlying the development of nuclear power today, together with an appreciation of its likely expansive future. Read More...

5th Annual Nuclear Power Asia Conference & Exhibition, Hanoi, Vietnam, 20-22 January 2014
Africa Nuclear Industry Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 25-26 February 2014
2014 International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, April 6-9 2014
Sustainable Nuclear Energy Conference 2014,  Manchester, UK, 9-11 April 2014
European Nuclear Conference 2014, Marseille, France, 11-15 May 2014

Korea Nuclear Industry Experience Program

The Korea Nuclear Association for International Cooperation (KNA) has extended an invitation for NIASA members to participate in the 'Korea Nuclear Industry Experience Program' for executives of the electric power industry of the Republic of South Africa from 1 – 6 September, 2013. This opportunity is offered subject to the following constraints:

(i) the offer is not available to NIASA members who are nuclear reactor vendors;
(ii) that in the event of more than 10 volunteers coming forward, preference will be given to NIASA sponsor members;
(iii) thought will be given towards including a diversity of industry sectors and of candidates.

Attached is the proposed program and requirements. Could you therefore indicate your interest by responding to this as soon as possible to enable adequate time for preparation. She is expecting to host (plus or minus) ten people on this visit. It would be appreciated if the NIASA secretariat could receive the responses by Wednesday 17th July, 2013.

Please note that this is an all-expenses paid for visit targeted at executives in the electric power industry in South Africa.

Knox

NIASA Secretariat

Programme




NIASA Convention - Port Elizabeth, August 2013

The Nuclear Industry Association of South Africa (NIASA) held its annual industry convention in Port Elizabeth in 2013 from the 14th to the 16th of August 2013.
 
A considerable expansion of nuclear power is coming to South Africa and this is exciting!  It also brings with it a great challenges and opportunities for the South African industry, large and small.
 
With the construction of a number of large nuclear reactors in the pipeline, major economic benefits will result from this nuclear program.
 
We need the South African industry to benefit from this great venture.  Companies which have never been involved in nuclear activities before can enter the developments at this early stage.  There will also be a number of opportunities to meet the various companies that are involved in the nuclear industry and network with the current industry players.
 
Most of a nuclear power plant is actually general engineering, even though the construction and fabrication needs to be carried out to a high degree of quality as with most advanced facilities.

 
The Convention:
The convention will take place at The Boardwalk Hotel, Port Elizabeth on the 14th & 15th of August 2013.
 
Tour:
On the 16th of August: Tour of the COEGA IDZ and the Port of Ngqura, including a networking lunch.
 

Participation from Westinghouse, Rosatom, Areva, SNPTC, Aveng, Necsa, Gibb, COEGA.
Be part of the excitement!

 
Delegate fees:
 
Non-Member:        R6 000.00
NIASA Member:     R5 000.00
Eastern Cape delegates are eligible for a 50% discount.     


- First Announcement

- More information




Who should attend?
  • Members of the public interested in nuclear energy
  • Unions & other Stakeholders interested in energy
  • Companies that seek to benefit from localization of the nuclear industry
  • Personnel in nuclear companies seeking broader knowledge of the entire business, particularly new staff
  • Staff in companies new to the nuclear sector
  • Youth and students interested in a career in nuclear
  • Consultants whose work covers nuclear issues
  • Governmental staff in energy and environmental ministries
Tutors Steve Kidd
Senior Partner,
East Cliff Consulting

Milton Caplan
President, MZ Consulting Venues & Registration
No Registration Fee Required
Registration on First Come, First Served basis up to maximum of 100 people.
To register please click on your preferred venue below.

University of Pretoria:13 May 2013
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (Port Elizabeth):University of Cape Town:

17 May 2013
Course Aims & Main Content
The main aim of the course is to increase public awareness of nuclear, and to equip participants with a sound understanding of the key issues underlying the development of nuclear power today, together with an appreciation of its likely expansive future. For those already with knowledge of some aspects of nuclear, it will broaden their horizons to the full range of issues that underlie it. For others newer to the field, it should open up many of the apparent mysteries and possible misunderstandings. The course is intentionally international in focus, based on the World Nuclear University (WNU) experience of running longer courses both in the UK and overseas countries. The course consists of 10 units, each of half an hour. There will be 15-20 minutes of presentation in each, followed by questions and class discussion.

09:00-09:15 Welcome and introduction
09:15-09:45 Energy and electricity
09:45-10:15 Nuclear development and different applications
10:15-10:45 Nuclear value chain, operations and safety post-Fukushima
10:45-11:15 Refreshment break
11:15-11:45 Nuclear Economics
11:45-12:15 Nuclear fuel, trade & transport
12:15-13:45 Lunch
13:45-14:15 Project structuring, technology selection and localization
14:15-14:45 Waste management, decommissioning and radiological protection
14:45-15:15 Non-proliferation, security and related international issues
15:15-15:45 Refreshment break
15:45-16:15 Nuclear politics and public acceptance
16:15-16:45 The future of technologies and new applications
16:45-17:00 Wrap-up

NIASA Secretariat
Telephone: (011) 061 5000
Email: niasaservices@vdw.co.za
Website: www.niasa.co.za







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International forum on Nuclear Energy Cooperation between South African & South Korean nuclear industry - 20 February 2013


Invitation to participate in IAEA Technical Meeting on Nuclear Safety Culture on 26-30 November 2012

The IAEA Technical Meeting on Nuclear Safety Culture is to be held in Cape Town at the Cape Sun hotel on 26-30 November 2012. The objectives of the meeting are as follows: a) to provide an international forum for exchange of safety culture, leadership and management for safety, and integrated management systems during pre-operational phases; b) to disseminate the experience that was captured while developing the New Safety Report entitled Safety Culture During Pre-Operational Phases; and c) to discuss how the IAEA can assist Member States in fulfilling their needs for training, techniques and tools for safety culture during pre-operational phases.

Please note that Eskom as the organizer will sponsor the delegates with the daily conference fees and lunch, but all other costs will be borne by the delegates themselves. The participants should complete the participation form and forward it to Mr Bongani Nogemane (E-mail: Bongani.Nogemane@necsa.co.za) and carbon copy nuclear@energy.gov.za by 26 October 2012.

Please note that the number of NIASA delegates that will be accommodated is limited. Your participation will be confirmed in due course once you have submitted your application. Please direct your enquiries to ayanda.myoli@necsa.co.za.


Invitation to participate in a Nuclear Energy Outward Investment Mission to Russia 22-27 October 2012

The dti hereby wish to invite your company to participate in the above mentioned mission to JSC  "Rosatom" Overseas Russia. (www.rosatom.ru)

1.  The invitation letter
2.  Pre -trade template
3.  Individual application form for SSAS funding assistance
4.  Check list

Please may I have your response by 20 September 2012.

Looking forward to your company's participation in the ROSATOM nuclear energy mission.

Best regards

Sylvia Mac Chambers
Trade & Investment South Africa(TISA)
Tel 012 394 1023
Fax 012 394 2023
SMacChambers@thedti.gov.za


Awareness training on RCCM

BUREAU VERITAS SOUTH AFRICA Invites you to participate in 1 – DAY AWARENESS TRAINING COURSE ON RCC-M CODE
The design and construction rules for nuclear pressure equipment.


NIASA - Nuclear Power Today - WNU Workshop

The prime aim of the course is to equip participants with a sound understanding of the key issues underlying the development of nuclear power today, together with an appreciation of its likely expansive future. For those already with knowledge of some aspects of nuclear, it will broaden their horizons to the full range of issues that underlie it.

University of Johannesburg: 15 October 2012
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (Port Elizabeth) - New Engineering Building: 17 October 2012

University of the Western Cape - Physics Building: 19 October 2012


 



NIASA invites you to the Nuclear Empowerment Conference. The program for the conference will cover the following topics:

-  Nuclear industry outlook

-  Developments on implementation of SA’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP2010)

-  Industry perspective on readiness for the nuclear new build program

-  The role of technology as a driver for economic development

-  Overview of opportunities for localization within the Nuclear Power Plant Vendors’ technology offerings

-  Supplier development to meet nuclear requirements

Do not miss the opportunity to partake in this event and begin to be part of the multi-billion Rand nuclear build program. The event also offers an excellent opportunity to network with other industry players!


Invitation to participate in Nuclear Industry Outward Investment Mission to South Korea & Japan on 15-25 August 2012

The Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) in collaboration with NIASA invites your company to participate in a Nuclear Industry Outward Investment Mission to South Korea and Japan on 15-25 August 2012.

 


NIASA Nuclear Youth Conference - 7 September 2012

 

WITS University 
Friday, 7 September 2012


As we anticipate the participation of the local industry in the construction of the nuclear power plants, NIASA takes the initiative through this conference to inform the young professionals and the youth of opportunities and future prospects in the foreseen nuclear program. The conference will also give an opportunity for young professionals and youth to network with some of the nuclear industry stakeholders.

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Nuclear Power's Future for Africa - 29 to 30 May 2012, Sandton

 

 


 

 


Group Photo from the course held on 18 - 22 October 2010

The due date for proposals for this tender
has been extended from 17 July 2017 to 31 July 2017.
A briefing session will be held on Friday, 21 July 2017
at 2pm
at Group Five offices, 9 Country Estate Drive,
Waterfall Business Estate, Jukskei View, 1662
For enquiries contact: Mr. AB Myoli  - ayanda.myoli@necsa.co.za
 






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