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 King Abdullah City for Atomic & Renewable Energy K.A.CARE and the Korean Atomic Energy Research Institution celebrate the completion of the first phase of the Human Capacity Building Project for the small compact units project (SAMRT)

10/3/2016

 

On the occasion of the completion of the first phase of the Human Capacity Building Project for the small compact units reactor (SAMRT), King Abdullah City for Atomic & Renewable Energy K.A.CARE and the Korean Atomic Energy Research Institution (KAERI) in Dijon city in South Korean celebrated honoring 33 engineers of K.A.CARE staff participating in this program which lasted for three (3) months, also the second phase of the program was resumed during which technical intensive programs shall be provided in different areas, including reactor core design, fluid system design, mechanical design, the design of the interaction between the  machine and the safety analysis of IT SMART.  This project comes within the goals of K.A.CARE to achieve the Kingdom's 2030 vision and is considered one of K.A.CARE initiatives proposed in the National Transformation Program 2020 which was approved in the current year and which will contribute in localizing nuclear knowledge and support value chains and the Kingdom's entry as a developer, owner and exporter of nuclear energy IT in the future.  The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia aims from such programs to provide training opportunities for graduates locally and internationally, and to enter into long time partnerships with brotherly and friendly countries for trade and transfer of knowledge to maximize our investment capabilities.