Training a nuclear-ready workforce


Malaysian students touring a nuclear industrial facility in Japan, which has offered scholarships for postgraduate work in nuclear to outstanding Malaysians. — Courtesy of Hitachi-GE

Efforts at building local human capital continues as such expertise cannot be developed overnight, or fast-tracked, if the country wants its nuclear efforts to be sustainable.

LIKE the rest of its regional peers such as the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Vietnam, Malaysia has been drawn to the benefits of nuclear energy for the past few decades.

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