CNS / NA-YGN
Eaton Centre Marriot Hotel,
11 June 2006
The Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) and the North American Young Generation in Nuclear
(NA-YGN) are pleased to invite you to a Professional Development Seminar at the Eaton Centre
Marriot in Toronto, June 11 2006.
The seminar covers a variety of topics of interest to newer members of the nuclear industry and
provides an opportunity to meet colleagues from other organizations.
Technical topics include designs concepts of Generation IV Nuclear Power Reactors and an
overview of what actually happened at Chernobyl and its impact on our industry.
In addition, there is a session on research and study opportunities available through UNENE, and
a session of Negotiation Skills and Conflict Resolution.
12:00 PM Lunch
12:30 PM Introduction, Icebreaker, and Chapter Reports
1:30 PM Gen IV Reactor Concepts Overview – presenter Stephen Bushby, Natural
2:00 PM Snack and Chat
2:15 PM Negotiation / Conflict Resolution - presenter Brent Williams, Bruce Power
3:15 PM UNENE: Research and Study Opportunities – presenter Jin Jiang, University
of Western Ontario
3:45 PM Snack and Chat
4:00 PM Chernobyl 20 Years Later: What Happened, How it Made Our Industry Better
– presenter Charles Gordon, Nuclear Safety Solutions
Are you looking for something to do before the CNS Conference starts? Come on out for lunch
and a free, fun and educational afternoon!
Space is limited. If you are interested, contact Brent Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
by May 15 2006. See you there!
Special thanks to Opportunity Available