The Nuclear Excellence Academy (NEXA™) will leverage the companies' unmatched knowledge of industry standards and digital technology innovations to provide in-person, digital and on-demand training for nuclear personnel at American and Canadian utilities.
The Nuclear Excellence Academy will enhance competencies, worker engagement and performance excellence for the long term
This training program is designed to offer a solution to utilities seeking to retain and hire nuclear professionals with the highest qualifications. According to its promoters, this training is innovative, cost-effective and compliant. NEXA™ uses a digital platform to optimize the training process, enhancing competencies, worker engagement and performance excellence for the long term.
The program offers a solution to utilities seeking to retain and hire nuclear professionals with the highest qualifications
This strategic alliance brings together the industry experience of Westinghouse and Accelerant Solutions with Tecnatom's digital products and services to offer the current and future nuclear fleet a complete and efficient solution for training needs.
Who is part of this alliance?
Westinghouse Electric Company provides innovative nuclear and other clean power technologies and services globally. The company supplied the world’s first commercial pressurized water reactor in 1957, and its technology is the basis for nearly one- half of the world’s operating nuclear plants.
Tecnatom is a leading engineering company that has been providing innovative and reliable services to the nuclear sector since 1957. Its main activities are focused on providing inspection and structural component integrity, operating personnel training via full-scope simulators and support engineering for nuclear power plant operation. This Spanish company is currently active in multiple international markets.
Accelerant Solutions is a leading provider of consulting and training services to ensure safe, reliable, and compliant nuclear operations worldwide. With over 17 years of experience, they have expanded their product offerings and customer base, maintaining partnerships with all 28 American utilities that operate nuclear power plants.