Speaking at WNU programmes
Why participate as a speaker in WNU programmes?
Do you want to give something back to the global nuclear community, pass on your expertise to the next leaders of our global industry, and inspire them to deliver the nuclear promise?
The WNU is globally recognised for its in-person training programmes and online learning experiences. To stay at the forefront of the rapidly evolving nuclear industry, the WNU is always seeking to connect with experts to deliver the latest developments in the industry. The WNU offers different opportunities to contribute to its programmes, such as speaking and mentorship.
WNU is a not-for-profit that functions on the goodwill and involvement of the global nuclear industry. We aim to keep the costs of our programmes to a minimum. Therefore, most of our speakers are self-funded, giving up their time and expertise to support the important goal of inspiring and developing the competencies of future leaders in the global nuclear industry.
Studies have shown that volunteering provides great personal and professional benefits, and volunteer speaking can support building confidence, critical thinking, and career advancement, but why choose the WNU?
- WNU delivers innovative, world-class programmes, bringing together some of the most influential leaders in the global nuclear community, from the DGs of the IAEA, WANO, WNA and NEA to the CEO of Cameco. Being a part of our programmes can raise your professional profile and global awareness of your organisation.
- Our uniquely curated cohorts bring together future leaders from throughout the global nuclear industry, and speaking gives you privileged access to the network and develop relationships with our participants.
- WNU can help you broaden your perspective: our interactive facilitation and two-way learning model will help support your professional and personal journey.
Register your interest in contributing to our programmes; please enter your details here:
Your data will be revised by the WNU team, who will reach out to you with the best opportunities for involvement and to discuss your potential contributions further. Please note that this can be a long process and will require your expertise to align with the programme's vision.