NKM - Basic course on KM training


NKM - Basic course on KM training


Knowledge is a fluid resource and its loss endangers the safety and security of nuclear organisations!

Learn how to manage this risk and to maintain the long-term knowledge supply.

Maintaining nuclear competencies in the nuclear industry and nuclear regulatory authorities will be one of the most critical challenges in the near future. As many nuclear experts around the world are retiring, they are taking with them a substantial amount of knowledge and corporate memory. The loss of such employees who hold knowledge critical to either operations or safety poses a clear internal threat to the safe and reliable operation of nuclear facilities.

This training provides an integrated approach to identifying, managing and mitigating knowledge loss risks in the nuclear field. Book this training today, tomorrow your knowledge can already be lost.


  • Learn about critical factors that influence the knowledge loss risk.
  • The various ways, how knowledge gets lost regularly.
  • Identify most critical knowledge loss risks that impact the safety and security of operations.
  • Define and implement actions to mitigate risks, eg through modern techniques of knowledge sharing, capturing, preserving, acquisition, partnerships, and many more.
  • Integrate Knowledge Loss Risk Management into KM, QM and Risk Management


Dr. Andreas Brandner, NKMI; Prof. Dr. Yanko Yanev, NKMI; Prof. Dr. Andrey Kosilov; NKMI

Dates & Venue

The next training will take place from 27-28 April 2017 (each 9:00 to 17:00) at
Vienna Tech Gate (next to the IAEA), Donau-City-Straße 1, 1220 Vienna, Austria

Participation fee

1.290 Euros (not including 20% VAT).

Information and Tailoring

The NKMI will be happy to inform and consult you to get the best training for your organization.
This training can also be offered as an inhouse-training.

Information and Contact

NKMI Nuclear Knowledge Management Institute
Gersthofer Strasse 162, 1180 Vienna, Austria
T: +43.1.4702909-0; F: +43.1.4702909-34; E: office@nuclear-km.org; www.nuclear-km.org