Finnish collaboration for leadership and management programs in nuclear and radiological safety and security

Julkaistu 04.09.2020

Platom and Omnia Education Partnerships (OEP) have partnered to offer unique training programs combining nuclear and radiological expertise and competency-based leadership and management training. The programs lead to official Finnish diplomas, following Finnish training and competency standards.

Program lead experts have substantial international experience in nuclear and radiological safety and security and have worked on projects and missions together with organizations such as the IAEA and WANO.

”Platom has over 20 years of experience working in the sector. This collaboration expands our training and education services and boosts our international growth even further”, says Joel Maunula, Business Unit Manager at Platom.

OEP is very excited about this cooperation, which is a great example of how we can combine world-class Finnish training solutions with sectoral expertise to create added value for global customers”, says Mervi Jansson, CEO of Omnia Education Partnerships.

Platom has implemented over 450 customer projects with high-level customer satisfaction. Platom’s objective is to help control the most challenging aspects in nuclear and radiation related projects by using safe, smart, and cost-effective solutions. Platom’s experts have extensive experience in the fields of licensing, qualification, authority requirements, process analysis, plant life management, radioactive waste management, radiation safety, engineering and equipment & system deliveries. Additionally, Platom offers technical solutions to the UF6 industry.

OEP is the global consultancy and training arm of four Finnish education and training organizations, working with the public and private sector customers to upskill and reskill management and staff. The training programs are accredited by the Finnish National Agency for Education and lead to official diplomas granted by Omnia, The Joint Authority of Education in the Espoo Region, a Ministry of Education licensed training provider.

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Joel Maunula, Business Unit Manager



Mervi Jansson, CEO

Omnia Education Partnerships (OEP)