Annual championship of engineering
and trade skills for the nuclear industry
held since 2016
community of 1000 prefessionals
Purpose of the project
Atomskills: the world's biggest engineering and trade job skills championship
AtomSkills brings all professional skills competitions held in the nuclear industry into a single training and development ecosystem for workers and engineers – community that now unites over 10,000 people, from industry veterans to aspiring youth.
A true talent factory in Hi Tech
In the first AtomSkills 2016, there were 400 participants competing in 10 competencies. In 2022, more than 1,500 people from 40 regions of Russia competed in 39 professional competencies. Along with nuclear industry enterprises, the competition included teams from EVRAZ, SIBUR, Russian Railways, and Rostec.
AtomSkills Competition Program - Facts & Figures
Regions of Russia
"Obviously, our children are lucky not to have only one profession until they retire. They will have to study throughout their lives - this is our culture, this is what we endorse at Rosatom. And, having such a serious basis, they will definitely be able to constantly develop it in the future and this will help them succeed."
AtomSkills is an essential tool for exchanging professional knowledge within the global atom community
It ensures sustainable development and achievement of strategic goals for Rosatom. Participation in the championships opens to its participants and experts the widest opportunities to improve their professional skills
and develop their careers.
The Championship boosts a positive public perception and prestige of engineering and working professions and motivates employees to advance in their professional realm.
Participation in the Championship helps identify the best professionals among employees and engineers of the nuclear industry as well as promising young specialists among students of specialized schools and ensures continuity of professional experience in the industry.