Online Certificate Courses
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The Global Nuclear Awareness Program addresses questions and concerns about ionizing radiation and nuclear energy. It examines issues relevant to personal and global public health, as well as geopolitical and human habitat challenges.
Many American and Canadian residents live within fifty miles of a nuclear reactor. North Americans are exposed to twice the dose of nuclear radiation they were twenty years ago. Applying this research globally, we learn that All people can be impacted by the explosion of a nuclear bomb or accidental radiological nuclear contamination.
Are community leaders and their constituents adequately informed about the consequences and likelihood of nuclear war? Could our families protect themselves from an industrial nuclear accident? What is the nature and extent of man-made radiation in our environment? Will Nuclear power offset the effects of global warming and aid in preventing climate change while meeting growing energy demands?
This course provides multi-disciplinary, rational, and research-based information about ionizing nuclear radiation technologies. Due to living in the globalized nuclear age, it also addresses issues of personal and public risk and policy challenges.
2020: World Life Institute will be hosting conferences online and in Toronto as well as
continuing the Global Nuclear Awareness Thinkific online learning certificate program in fall 2020.
2019: World Life Institute offered an exciting new online learning program for the public on nuclear issues.
2018: World Life Institute collaborated with colleges and universities on workshops about specific issues of concern to the public, healthcare professionals, and emergency personnel.
2017: World Life Institute (WLI) offered a five week intensive workshop series and certificate program exploring a wide range of issues – from nuclear energy foundations to the global consequences of regional nuclear war.
Online Certificate Program
Interested in gaining a deeper understanding of nuclear technology and its potential and challenges? Do you work in a field where greater knowledge of nuclear realities and issues would be useful? Our certificate programs will take you through the science of nuclear technology and its applications, along with the critical issues of the nuclear world. Program participants are awarded a Certificate in Global Nuclear Awareness.
Drawing from a range of disciplines, our highly experienced educators will guide you through the knowledge areas and issues that are important in today’s nuclear world.
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This year marks the 75th commemoration of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki that ended World War II in August 1945.
These were the only times nuclear weapons have been used during war. They caused widespread devastation and resulted in a legacy of radioactive contamination. While we practice social distancing in this time of the Coronavirus and grieve about the more than 200,000 people worldwide who have died of COVID-19 this year, it is less well-known that a similar number of people died in Japan from these atomic explosions.
Global Nuclear Awareness is an affiliate program and a strong focus of World Life Institute, an educational and humanitarian organization begun in 1987. During this Coronavirus pandemic, we must never forget about the tragedy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
John Hershey, an author, and journalist in post-war Japan, famously noted, “What has kept the world safe from the bomb since 1945 has not been deterrence, in the sense of fear of specific weapons, so much as it's been memory. The memory of what happened at Hiroshima.”
Wondering how nuclear technology will impact our future, for better or worse? Should we embrace the promise of nuclear power? Or worry about war with North Korea or another Fukushima? These engaging, science-based presentations will give you a broader view of the current nuclear reality and the opportunities and threats we face.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone with an interest in Scientific, Fact-based Information about Nuclear Technology
Anyone concerned about the opportunities and challenges nuclear technology holds for our future
Doctors, Nurses, Mental Health
Public Health and Social service staff
Emergency Management Personnel
Paramedics and other First Responders
Educators and students
Clergy and members of faith organizations
Staff and volunteers from non-profit and service organizations
World Life Institute funds its programs primarily through the generous support of private individuals.
We welcome donations from people around the world who support our work.