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SACNET Training Programme

The second phase of the SACNET Training Programme was launched at Koeberg, on Monday 11 January 2016. This programme is aimed at establishing a sound support framework for the Nuclear New Build Programme. Fifty candidates recruited from DoE, Necsa, Eskom, NNR and Coega will be attending the introductory phase of this training programme, presented by 19 Chinese lecturers over a period of two weeks at the Koeberg training facilities. Thereafter they will depart for China.

Dignitaries invited by the CEO of Necsa to attend the launch included the SNPTC Senior Vice President, Dr Zheng Mingguang and the DDG of Energy, Mr Zizamela Mbambo. Other officials were from Eskom and Coega.

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