The IAEA organizes regional and interregional training courses in the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology in cooperation with its Member States. Training courses last from one to two weeks and are offered in different fields of peaceful uses and applications of nuclear energy and technology.
IAEA Programs at Argonne co-organizes and hosts multiple IAEA training courses each year. Since 1976, over 275 joint US-IAEA training courses have been organized by and presented at Argonne, with over 6,390 individuals from 158+ countries participating.
IAEA application forms for training course participation must be submitted to the Agency through governmental channels. Priority is given to requests associated with projects of direct benefit to IAEA Member States.
The success of the IAEA-Argonne Training Course Program is only possible with the cooperation of experts willing to share information and experience related to peaceful uses of nuclear energy topics. Interested U.S. experts may wish to subscribe to the alerts distributed by IAEA Programs at Argonne.
IAEA Programs at Argonne promotes a diverse, inclusive, equitable and accessible environment. The IAEA is committed to gender equality and we support the Agency's mission to achieve gender balance. Women and gender nonconforming people are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants are considered.
For more information on applying to IAEA Training Courses in the U.S., please click here to visit the IAEA's official page.