Upcoming Events

November 13-17, 2022 | Phoenix, AZ
NAC will be a participant in the ANS Winter Meeting Nov 13-17, 2022, a high-level Radioactive Waste Management Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. They will sponsoring an IHLRWM social event and Dr. Tito Bonano, consultant to NAC, will be on a team presenting on “Engaging Communities and Other Stakeholders to Develop and Implement a Socially Acceptable Consent-Based Siting Process.”

Spent Fuel Academy Training

January 31 - February 2, 2023 | Atlanta, GA

NAC International (NAC) is proud to offer a unique seminar educational experience: The Spent Fuel Academy. This three-day seminar provides comprehensive training and instruction on the science and technology underlying the dry storage and transportation of spent nuclear fuel from leading experts.

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February 26 - March 2, 2023| Phoenix, AZ
This year, Waste Management 2023 will be an event running from February 26 through March 2, 2023 with NAC International’s speakers highlighting our effective and flexible transportation solutions. The annual Waste Management Symposium is the premier forum for solutions to managing and disposing radioactive waste and decommissioning nuclear facilities, with over 2,000 attendees and 150 exhibitors from over 35 countries.
Nuclear Fuel Cycle Training Seminar

March 13 - 16,  2023 | Atlanta

Explore the multifaceted world of the nuclear fuel cycle with the industry’s foremost experts at NAC’s Nuclear Fuel Cycle Seminar. In this 3.5-day seminar, you will learn about the current status of the nuclear generation industry and its competitive position in a world energy context and be guided through the commercial and technical aspects of the front-end and back-end fuel cycle sectors, including the forces driving the nuclear fuel markets, market analysis, market dynamics, market players (their capacities, capabilities, and geographical presence), and contracting strategies.

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Nuclear Fuel Manufacturing Oversight

September 12 – 14, 2023 | Atlanta

Nuclear fuel is complex and the relationships between design, manufacturing, and performance can be complicated. To address this, the 2.5-day training begins by reviewing basic fuel mechanical design, materials, and performance considerations. It uses this foundation and draws on proven methods to define the elements and approach for building a performance-based oversight program.

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Nondestructive Testing (NDT) for Oversight Professionals

TBD

The four-day training seminar reviews the various types of discontinuities that can develop in materials during manufacturing and processing. NDT Level III trainers and NAC staff then cover the principles, limitations, techniques, applications, and interpretation of results for the major NDT methods.

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